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Monday March 25th, 2019


8:00am – 5:00 pm (Full Day)

  • Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Maps and Projects

Instructor – Eric Pimpler, Geosptaial Training Services

Cost - $295 (1-day) or $495 (2-day with Learning ArcGIS Pro 2)

 

This workshop will teach students how they can use ArcGIS Pro to create maps. Students will learn terminology associated with ArcGIS Pro. They will gain an understanding of ArcGIS Pro projects and how to manage them.  Topics covered; introduction to ArcGIS Pro, navigating the user interface, creating 2D maps, creating and managing projects, creating map layouts, and creating map books.

 

This workshop is a hands on/lecture style session. 

Bring your own computer with ArcGIS Pro 2.2 installed.

 

8:00am – 12:00pm (Half Day)

 

  • Information Behind Your Data

Instructor - Frontier Precision

Cost - $50

Is your GPS collected data sitting on a server collecting dust? Join us as we give a hands-on example of how to use apps like Operations Dashboard, WebApp Builder, and Story Maps to extract viable information from your GIS data and share it across your organization or publicly to help make data driven decisions.

This workshop is a lecture/hands on session. 

Bring your own computer & Mobile device (iOS or Android) with current Survey 123 and Collector for ArcGIS. Some familiarity with logging in to ArcGIS Online is useful.


  • Working Smarter with IoT and Sensor Based Technology

Instructor - GIS, inc.

Cost - $50

The Internet of Things (IoT) has created a demand for geospatial analysis. With the vast technology available, this workshop will present options that will streamline workflows, increase efficiencies, and save both time and money. This workshop will help to educate, unpack, and decode how sensors and IoT can improve the way we detect, trigger and respond to events. We will work through the perceived complexities on how to get started, what the possibilities are for you and your organization, and minimize the risk and learning curve of integrating solution components.

This workshop is a lecture-style session.


 

1:00 – 5:00pm (Half Day)

 

  • ArcGIS Enterprise Best Practices

Instructor - ESRI

Cost - $50

 

In this session, we will discuss how to successfully deploy ArcGIS Enterprise in your organization and new capabilities which have recently been released as part of ArcGIS Enterprise, like ArcGIS Enterprise Sites.  Using ArcGIS Enterprise Sites, you can create a tailored experience that supports easy discovery of maps, apps, and other content shared to an ArcGIS Enterprise portal. Come get an overview of Sites options, learn design tips and tricks, and see the steps to build intuitive web pages that reflect your organization’s branding and support users of all experience levels.

 

This workshop is a lecture style session.


 

  • Real Time GIS with Collector

Instructor - Keith Weber, GIS Center atISU

Cost - $50

 

This exciting workshop teaches you how to build a geodatabase to enable real-time data collection, processing, and analysis by leveraging Esri's ArcGIS On-Line for Organizations and the Collector for ArcGIS mobile device app. Hands-on and includes back-office geodatabase setup through field data collection with your mobile device.

 

Hands-on and lecture.  

Attendees will be required to bring their own internet capable laptops with ArcGIS Pro and access to an ArcGIS Online Organizational account with “Creator” level access (formally known as “Level 2”).  Also, bring your own smartphone or mobile device with ArcGIS Collector installed. 


 

Tuesday March 26th, 2019


8:00am – 5:00 pm (Full Day)

 

  • Learning ArcGIS Pro 2: Editing, Analysis and Automation

Instructor – Eric Pimpler, Geosptaial Training Services

Cost - $295 (1-day) or $495 (2-day with Learning ArcGIS Pro 1)

 

This workshop will teach students how they can use ArcGIS Pro to edit data, create 3D maps, perform GIS analysis and automate processes using Model Builder and Python.  Topics covered; creating 3D maps, editing spatial and attribute data, sharing maps (layouts, projects and processes), performing GIS analysis using geoprocessing tools, standardizing workflows with tasks and automating processes with model builder/Python. 

 

This workshop is a hands on/lecture style session. 

Bring your own computer with ArcGIS Pro 2.2 installed.

 

8:00am – 12:00pm (Half Day)

 

  • Distributed Collaboration

Instructor - ESRI

Cost - $50

 

With distributed collaboration, you can connect and integrate your GIS across a network of participants, enabling you to organize and share content between individuals, businesses, and communities. Distributed collaboration (or simply collaboration) is based on a foundation of trust and driven by common goals or initiatives. Once you've established a trusted collaboration, you are able to extend your GIS content to a network of participants. Shared content becomes discoverable for each participant in the collaboration. There are many different patterns within distributed collaboration involving ArcGIS EnterpriseArcGIS Online, or a combination of the two.

 

This workshop is a hands on/lecture style session.  

Attendees will be required to bring their own internet capable laptops and access to an ArcGIS Online Organizational account with “Creator” level access (formally known as “Level 2”).

 

  • Successful Integration of GIS, Surveying and Evolving Technologies
           Instructor - Alta Science & Engineering, Inc.
           Cost - $50

 

LiDAR and Image acquisition represent the latest evolving technologies that continue to affect our industry in mostly positive ways. The highly integrated mobile and airborne LiDAR sensors and the Structure from Motion (SfM) image processing algorithms all require precise survey control to meet the accuracies our clients demand. Successful integration of GIS and surveying platforms are a critical link required to maintain the intended accuracy and integrity of our data.  Subtle differences in the selected datum, adjustment, projection, ground scale, and units can result in large displacements and invalid analyses. Recent advancements in CAD, GIS, mapping and surveying software platforms improve automation while also introducing unintended errors with proprietary formats, new algorithms and on the fly projections.

 

This half day workshop is a lecture style session. 

Laptops are not required, but are encouraged. Sample datasets will be available to download and go over during breaks and at the end of the session.


1:00 – 5:00pm (Half Day)

 

  • Esri Mobile GIS and High Accuracy Data Collection

Instructor – Frontier Precision
Cost - $50

This will be an introduction on how to integrate high accuracy receivers such as the Trimble R1 and R2 to use with Esri’s Collector and Survey123 deployed to mobile devices. We will explore publishing feature services, best practices for data collection, real-time VRS or single base setup, and high accuracy metadata collection. Help modernize your data collection through web maps.

This workshop is a lecture/hands on style session. 
Bring your own computer with a login and familiarity with ArcGIS Online.

 
  • Working Smarter with Geocortex and Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS
           Instructor - Geocortex by Latitude Geographics
           Cost - $50

Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS is a framework for quickly delivering purpose-based web GIS applications. But for those who want to take their applications further and go beyond the out-of-the-box capabilities, the typical path has been custom widget development.  We’ll show you how Geocortex Workflow 5 technology is transforming Web AppBuilder development. Our intuitive web-based design tools let you build virtually anything without writing custom code. Learn how our powerful framework is providing organizations the flexibility of custom development, while helping them avoid the costly drawbacks.

This workshop is a lecture-style session.
                        

  • Working Smarter with IoT and Sensor Based Technology
           Instructor - GIS, Inc.
           Cost - $50 

The Internet of Things (IoT) has created a demand for geospatial analysis. With the vast technology available, this workshop will present options that will streamline workflows, increase efficiencies, and save both time and money. This workshop will help to educate, unpack, and decode how sensors and IoT can improve the way we detect, trigger and respond to events. We will work through the perceived complexities on how to get started, what the possibilities are for you and your organization, and minimize the risk and learning curve of integrating solution components.

This workshop is a lecture-style session.
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