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Friday, February 27 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Choosing the Right Online Mapping System

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Organizations of all sizes face difficult decisions when implementing online mapping systems, including platform choices, IT and database integration, user experience, hosting, and other technical and IT-related considerations. This session will explore some best practices and other guidelines to help make those decisions more efficient.

  • ArcGIS Online Municipal Implementation
             Todd Hayes

  • Why AGOL?
             John Farley

  • Choices, Choices: Deciding How to Best Publish Your GIS Data Online
             Kent Rothrock


Jenny Korreck

GIS Technician, Office of University Architect, NC State University

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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 →

Todd Hayes, GISP

GIS Analyst, City of Greensboro
Todd Hayes is a GIS Analyst for the City of Greensboro with over 20 years working in the GIS discipline. He is responsible for the implementation of ArcGIS Online with the City.
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Kent Rothrock

Project Manager, Highland Mapping, Inc.
Kent is an expert GIS analyst, programmer, and database administrator with a background in cadastral mapping and enterprise GIS implementations. With almost two decades of experience, he serves as Senior Project Manager and has worked for numerous Southeastern counties, municipalities, and non-profits in the US with projects ranging from E911, Utilities, and Land Records to custom tools, applications and remote DBA support. Kent holds a M. A... Read More →

Friday February 27, 2015 8:30am - 10:00am
Room 306 B