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Friday, February 27 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Effective Enterprise Examples

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Learn how these organizations have tamed the Enterprise beast, and are doing things others only wish they could do.

  • Using GIS for Neighborhood Improvement: Durham's Neighborhood Compass
             Rob Cushman, John Killeen, Tyler Waring

  • Transforming Government in 12 Weeks with an Intern at the City of Mooresville
             Irene Mann
    Over the summer Esri had an intern that helped the Town of Mooresville. The summer internship was 12 weeks and during this time our intern worked with Town staff to deploy many meaningful information projects that support workflows across multiple departments. Please take a look at the work: http://mygov2.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/?appid=cbfa423306274549b2eae298911e8321. As you look through the map journal please keep in mind that some of the apps were internal, so we attached a screen capture to give you an idea of what the apps looks like. This project has completely transformed the Town. The Town went from using GIS as a tool by a very small group of GIS professionals to leveraging our COTs platform as a complete system for the entire Town (again this was done in 12 weeks)!

  • From Custom to COTS - GIS at Charlotte Douglas International Airport
             Haley Cleckner
    The two main GIS applications in use at Charlotte Douglas International Airport were custom and developed internally. These applications served the airport well for a long time and include a noise complaint tracker and a facility finder. As the GIS platform at the airport improved over time, the airport was limited due to these custom applications. The airport did not have the resources to update them. This left the airport stuck in an older version of GIS. In order to free the Airport GIS from the legacy version, it was decided to replace these applications with Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) technology. In a brief time, with limited investment, both applications were replaced with COTS applications, one which leverages cloud technology. The benefits and lessons learned from this project will help guide future GIS development at the airport.


Janet Lowe

NC Dept. of Transportation

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Haley Cleckner

GIS Analyst, Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Haley Cleckner has served as the GIS Analyst for the Charlotte Airport since 2012. She has an MA in Geography and a BS in Biology from East Carolina University. Haley started her career using GIS for environmental analysis and risk mapping but now has a passion for aviation. Her... Read More →

Rob Cushman, GISP

GIS Analyst II, City of Durham
Rob Cushman has been providing spatial analysis to the City and County of Durham since 1996. He began his life-long commitment to locational awareness and community development at the knee of Mr. Rogers. Neighborhood engagement is scale dependent... "Won't you be my neighbor?"
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John Killeen

Neighborhood Compass Project Manager, City of Durham
John Killeen manages the Neighborhood Compass, a community indicators tool, for Durham’s Neighborhood Improvement Services. The Compass is part of a community-engaged effort to measure access to core services and needs, economic activity, housing conditions, and other phenomena... Read More →
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Irene Mann

GIS Administrator, Town of Mooresville
GIS Administrator, Town of Mooresville North Carolina. I earned my GIS Certificate in 2004 from UNCC. Mooresville is known as Race City USA. We are the home of many NASCAR teams. I serve all departments for the Town with GIS services with the help of the awesome IT Department... Read More →

Tyler Waring

City of Durham

Friday February 27, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
Room 306 C

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