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I wanted to pass along this information about the Annual APWA conference. I’ve been a few times and it’s a nice venue and sharp folks!
Download the registration flyer (pdf file)
Download the Conference Program (pdf file): Conference Program 2012 Final All Pages
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Having just come back from the ESRI conference, I have two takeaways:
- ESRI is pushing ArcGIS Online a lot – but I need to do a lot more research on that. Right now at a minimum it doesn’t seem to have fixed pricing which could potentially be devastating.
- The ArcGIS for Local Government data model could provide a powerful way to support collaboration, reducing editing, and provide out of the box solutions for us to manage our GIS data. But this requires a LOT more research before we look at committing to it. One of the comments at the sessions was very information – pick an application that you like and then use the Local Government Data Model to support it.
So – I thought I would pass along (and store) some links that I will be going to as we move forward:
I am definitely interested in hearing about if other agencies and cities have adopted this model, and what their experience has been
It looks like it will be a nice party tonight. Balboa Park – I’m in Casa del Prado waiting for other LA compatriots or other GIS folks to join.
I was the keynote for the 2nd day of the recent 1st International Geocoding Conference which was a great conference hosted by USC and ESRI this week. I thought I would pass along the discussion about our address program as well as a method to find false matches in geocoding:
Using GIS to improve Addressing – Geospatial Address Summit 2011_12 (.pdf)
Wanted to pass this along: The CA/HI/NV Regional User Group is March 8th and 9th, 2012 at ESRI.
I wanted to pass this along – it looks like a very good event, and it is being organized by Dan Goldberg from USC, who is a local geocoding expert.
It’s local here in Redlands, CA and it’s FREE!
The University of Southern California and Esri are collaborating to hold the First International Geospatial Geocoding Conference (IGGC) at the Esri Conference Center in Redlands, CA on December 6-7 2011. This two day event aims to draw together the leading minds in academia, industry and government to discuss geocoding research, development, technology, and applications for many domains including health, intelligence, transportation, engineering, planning, emergency response, marketing, law enforcement, insurance and many others.
For more information, and to register, go to the Conference website: http://geocodingconference.com
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I wanted to pass this conference information along everyone. I’ll be presenting, and for public works folks it’s a good way to see how GIS and Public Works interact.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
8:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Cypress Community Center
Click here to download the flyer: APWA 2011 Conference Flyer.pdf
Geocortex BBQ and Technology Update at the Esri UC
Registered? Flights booked? Bags packed? We’re looking forward to another great conference this year. Look for us in Booth 2417.
With so much going on during the conference, please also keep these Geocortex-related events in mind, mark your calendars, and don’t forget to RSVP if you plan to attend the BBQ. See you there!
Geocortex Picnic and BBQ
We’re pleased to invite our clients, business partners and prospective clients to Embarcadero Marina Park South, located immediately behind the San Diego Convention Center. Unwind from the busy conference, relax and join us seaside for some games and a great lunch with your business colleagues and staff from Latitude Geographics.
Geocortex Technology Update
Geocortex licensees and those interested in learning more about our product plans are invited to attend this session. Its purpose is to give existing and prospective users perspective on the Geocortex product roadmap. We will discuss Geocortex Essentials 3.5, our initiatives with mobile technology and spatial application infrastructure. Hosted by our President and CEO, Steven Myhill-Jones, we welcome your participation and questions.
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- Event: Geocortex Picnic and BBQ
- Date: 07/13/2011 (Wednesday)
- Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
- Location: Embarcadero Marina Park South
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- Event: Geocortex Technology Update
- Date: 07/12/2010 (Tuesday)
- Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
- Location: Room 27 A, San Diego Convention Center
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A friendly reminder that the 2011 Geocortex User Conference taking place on June 7th and 8th, 2011 is fast approaching! Make your plans now.
This is a live online event, just as it was in 2010, with all sessions recorded for later viewing. A live video broadcast is a very effective way to create a low-cost learning opportunity while reaching a wide audience in our user community (without the headaches of travel). Our goal is to replicate the advantages of in-person events through a virtual event.
The Agenda can be viewed online or be downloaded. Keep in mind the Agenda is subject to change up to the day prior to the conference.
Early-bird registration has been extended to Thursday, May 12th. Save $50 on the regular registration fee. The time to act is now if you wish to save money.
This is a live online conference – it should be very good.
Registration is now open for the 2011 Geocortex User Conference which is happening June 7-8th, 2011.
This will be our 6th annual conference. Recognizing the ongoing reality of travel restrictions for many organizations, and following the success of last year’s virtual Geocortex conference, this will be a live online event (with all sessions recorded for later viewing).
We think a live video stream is an effective way to create a high-value, low-cost learning opportunity – and reach more of our users. And this year, our goal is to replicate more of the advantages of in-person events; particularly conversation between attendees.
You won’t want to miss this information-packed virtual conference. Topics include:
- Connect our powerful core API-level capabilities with next-generation viewers and a versatile development platform. 2011 is a truly watershed year for Geocortex licensees; see what’s new and what’s coming!
- 2011-2012 will mark the majority Esri market transition from ArcIMS to ArcGIS Server, and from Web ADF to REST technology. We’ll discuss best practices and outline a strategy to minimize transition risk for your organization.
- Go beyond web mapping, and extract greater value form your geospatial data by using it more broadly and deeply across your organization. Experts will share tips and their real-world experiences.
Plan to make the most of these two information-packed days. We will be finalizing the content of our agenda in the coming months, which will include presentations by leading users. Don’t miss out – we’re confident that you’ll remember the 2011 Geocortex User Conference as being a pivotal event in your work to keep up-to-date and leverage the latest technology to do more with ArcGIS Server.