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Enterprise GIS #2 [clear filter]
Tuesday, October 30


Enterprise GIS #2 Track. ArcGIS Hub: Bringing it all together
AUTHORS: Pam Brangan, Melanie Needle, Chris Dubin - Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission

ABSTRACT: GIS is integral to much of what we do at CCRPC, whether it is maps, data development, or analysis. Using ArcGIS Hub we will highlight our work and offer one-stop shopping of our data and online maps as well as develop Initiative pages for specific projects. This presentation will cover the design and development of CCRPC’s Hub, how we will integrate it within our existing website as well as how we plan to utilize Initiative Pages to engage our partners.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 3:30pm - 4:00pm


Enterprise GIS #2 Track. Implementing an ArcGIS Hub: Tips and Tricks and Lessons Learned
AUTHORS: Nicholas Floersch, Katie Budreski, David Healy – Stone Environmental, Inc.

ABSTRACT: The ArcGIS Hub is a new data-driven approach to frame a community's open data, and engage with that community, and its constituents, around specific community initiatives and goals. Stone is working with a Vermont community to develop an ArcGIS Hub solution within their ArcGIS Online environment. We will share our approach to gaining interest from non-GIS audiences, defining a framework for outlining initiative content, collecting and centralizing a community's data, developing stories around the community's data, and using the contextualized data to engage the community towards its initiatives. We will also discuss strategies for ongoing maintenance.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm


Enterprise GIS #2 Track. The 4th Industrial Revolution and the Role of the Geospatial Professional
AUTHORS: James Gaynor, Terracon

ABSTRACT: Many organizations across a wide spectrum of industries seek to radically transform the way information is collected, analyzed, and communicated throughout all levels of their organization. Geospatial professionals have a unique opportunity to facilitate this digital transformation by demonstrating practical data integration workflows and implementing spatial technologies to help solve specific business challenges. This presentation will show how a location-first approach is helping to shape the conversation of digital transformation within a large multi-disciplinary engineering consulting firm in the AEC industry. Using examples of successful and unsuccessful initiatives, we will highlight some of the challenges in digital transformation and where geospatial professionals have the greatest opportunity for professional growth and the facilitation of organizational change.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 4:30pm - 5:00pm