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Thursday, February 26 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Social Media Goes Both Ways

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A look at how social media can be used to put the power of GIS at the fingertips of citizens as well as how it can be used by citizens to help improve our GIS.

  • Canada-United States Exercise CAUSE III: The Cross Border Collaboration Between Canadian and US Communities: Applying Lessons Learned to North Carolina
             Jeff Sopel, Alison Yeloushan
    A study was done back with Hurricane Irene on the uses of Social Media for situational awareness in ways more than trend analysis. The thought was that social media could be used to compliment communication and collaboration done through traditional media.
    1-Will walk through what was done with Hurricane Irene, have several screenshots and will provide participants a .shp or data set of every geo-coded public safety twitter account on the eastern seaboard.
    2-Review of CAUSE III, presented through a Story Map of a Hurricane hitting the eastern seaboard and going up into the Canadian Maritime provinces. The story map will walk through the various stages of response, recovery etc? and how social media contributed.
    3-Will close out with use cases in North Carolina with NC DPS and Charlotte Fire Department.

  • Differentiating Networked Branding with an Anonymous Presence
             Dale Loberger

  • Social Media and ArcGIS: A Two-Way Street
             Mike Sweeney
    Esri has many tools for leveraging social media. Come learn how you can share content via numerous social media networks. In addition, social media can serve as a valuable input to your enterprise. Discover different methods for mining social media for your organization.


Moderators
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Dan Madding

Emergency Programs, Information Support Services Director, NC Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Speakers
avatar for Dale Loberger, GISP

Dale Loberger, GISP

Community Manager, Bradshaw Consulting Services
Mr. Loberger has always had a love for both history and maps, but never believed he could make a living with either of them so he started his career in forestry. His introduction to GIS back in 1984 was strictly practical, however his interest soon turned into a life-long passion. While he works primarily in public safety applications of GIS today, his imagination still seeks application of GIS to understand and communicate history through... Read More →
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Jeff Sopel

Senior Consultant, G&H International Services
Mr. Sopel is an industry subject matter expert in the use of geospatial technologies with the public safety community. The community supported covers the whole spectrum from National Interoperability and Information Sharing initiatives with the US Department of Homeland Security’s First Responder Group to supporting operations with the Charlotte Fire Department. Projects of note that Mr. Sopel has worked on are the 2012 DNC, DHS S&T Virtual USA... Read More →
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Mike Sweeney

Solution Engineer, Esri-Charlotte
I have worked for Esri for 28 years, primarily as a Solution Engineer. My current focus is on state agencies in the Esri-Charlotte region.  
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Alison Yeloushan

Director Customer Solutions, G&H International Services
A GIS industry leader and ENFJ personality. Built Allegany County Maryland’s first Enterprise GIS. Went onto work for Esri as the Account Manager for Maryland and help drive Governor O’Malley’s initiatives for StateStat and BayStat, One Maryland One Map. Worked on Esri’s Federal Health Sciences Team and supported mobile applications for Food Safety and web applications for Facilities Management at NIH. Spent the past few years working... Read More →


Thursday February 26, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 302 A

Attendees (25)