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Thursday, February 26 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Apps, Apps, and More Apps: Lightning Round (AICP)

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Web, mobile, and desktop Apps continue to become part of everyday GIS practice and are used by both highly-skilled GIS professionals as well as non-GIS users. This session will showcase some of the latest and greatest Apps from across a broad range of user applications that are useful for information presentation and decision making.

  • Easement Clearing App
             Rob Bailey

  • Using ArcGIS Online for the 2014 US Open
             Rachel Smith, Rachel Patterson
    Using ArcGIS Online for public safety and security during the historical back to back US Opens. Moore County GIS coordinated mobile mapping for federal, state and local agencies to use during the US Opens in Pinehurst, North Carolina. What we learned from a unique event.

  • Go! NC
             John Farley, Tom McKay
    This is NCDOT's implementation of ArcGIS Online. GO! NC is system for the sharing and collaboration of geospatial business data owned and maintained by NCDOT.

  • Enhancing Local Government with Story Maps
             Scott Longerbeam
    This presentation will look at the ways that local governments can enhance their existing online presence through the use of ESRI's Story Maps. The presentation will utilize the experience gathered by the City of Danville through the implementation of both Collector for ArcGIS and ESRI's Story Maps to create an online tour of our River Walk Trail system.

  • Volunteer Stream Monitoring and ArcGIS Online: Enabling Field Collection of Observations Over Time
             Chase Barnard, Dave Almond
    The Town of Chapel Hill utilizes volunteer stream monitors to collect water quality data monthly or quarterly at assigned locations. In order to minimize the time investment required by Town staff to maintain the volunteer monitoring database as the program expands, a solution utilizing ArcGIS Online was developed. This solution enables volunteer monitors to enter data through a web-based interface, effectively eliminating internal data entry.

    Related tables are used to store multiple observations of a given feature over time. Unfortunately the current ArcGIS web-editing environment does not easily support this data model. However, utilizing ModelBuilder and python-scripting, Town staff developed a workaround which enables this functionality. Ideally, communities can implement this solution to support automation of programs requiring maintenance of multiple inspection records over time for various features using ArcGIS Online.

  • AGOL Use Case Scenarios
             Melanie Williams
    NC DENR has had several occasions where decision-makers needed maps and speed was of the essence. This presentation will present several types of use case scenarios of recent deployment of AGOL websites, as well as the impacts these are having on decision-making, from every day activities like where to look for frogs to disaster response.


Moderators
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Julie Stamper

GIS Coordinator, Pasquotank County
Julie has been the GIS Coordinator for Pasquotank County for 14 years. She has a BS in Computer Science from Purdue University and won the G Herb Stout for Visionary Use of GIS in 2007 and was named one of the 50 Leaders to Watch by GPS World.

Speakers
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Dave Almond

Stormwater Specialist, Town of Chapel Hill
Dave is a graduate of Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, NC and has worked for ToCH Stormwater Management since 2007 as a water quality specialist. Dave is certified as an ESRI Desktop Associate and is presently pursuing a graduate certificate in GIS from the NC State MGIST program. He currently lives in Durham with his wife, Colleen, and his kids, Jackson and Peyton, and spends rare free time flat-picking, finger-picking, or bottle-necking... Read More →
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Rob Bailey, CMUD

City of Charlotte
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Chase Barnard, GISP

GIS Coordinator, Town of Chapel Hill
Mr. Barnard has been working in the GIS field for over 20 years and has spent the last 8 years as the GIS Coordinator for the Town of Chapel Hill. He especially enjoys how his job allows him to take a spatial approach to variety of disciplines including land use planning, transportation, and resource management among others. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family and subfreezing 5:30 AM workouts.
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John Farley, GISP

Manager, GIS Unit, NC Dept. of Transportation
John is currently the GIS Manager for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). Over the last twenty one years, Mr. Farley has worked at all levels of government and the private sector. His work spans many fields of GIS to include local government, transportation, utilities, environmental, and security. Mr. Farley also continues to advise the Federal Government on GIS Transportation data and data modeling. In 2004 he received his... Read More →
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Scott Longerbeam

Senior GIS Programmer Analyst, City of Danville
I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a double major in geology and geography. My first exposure to GIS was through mapping geologic structures. I then turned to cadastral mapping, civil site design, utilities, and finally to local government GIS management, programming, and analysis. My hobbies include music (I’m a hopeless audiophile), reading, woodworking, and the relentless pursuit to know at least a... Read More →
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Tom McKay, GISP

Engineering Technician (GIS), NC Dept. of Transportation
Tom hails originally from Rochester, NY. Since graduation from the State University of NY at Oneonta, Tom has held several jobs across several sectors of GIS from private to public, with his total GIS experience numbering over 7 years. At NCDOT, in addition to his role on the GO! NC team, Tom helps to maintain NCDOT’s state road network.
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Rachel Patterson, GISP, PLS

GIS Programmer/Analyst, Moore County GIS
Rachel has been in the GIS profession for over ten years and still loves and is challenged by GIS. She graduated from Appalachian State University and is currently attending North Carolina State to obtain her Masters in GIS. In her down time she loves to spend time with her family and run when she can.
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Rachel Smith, GISP

GIS Programmer/Analyst, Moore County GIS
Rachel Smith is a Programmer/Analyst for Moore County GIS. She joined Moore County in January 2011. She received her MBA from Campbell University in 2006. Her main focus is Addressing Administration but enjoys special projects for other departments. Her husband, James, and their two dogs resides in Sanford, NC.
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Melanie Williams

Basin Planner, NC DENR, Div. of Water Resources
Melanie Williams is a River Basin Planner for the Division of Water Resources. She has worked for DWR/DWQ in Raleigh, NC for the past 7 years and has recently focused on collaborated efforts across the Division to lay ground work for providing the public with more data in a user friendly and more visual manor.


Thursday February 26, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 301 A/B