If you missed any of the presentations, or were too busy to get to them, we have posted as many as we have received.
As well, there was a training on Open Source GIS – here is the manual for that.
|Time||PresentationTrack||Technical Track 1Room B-85H||Technical Track 2Room B-85G|
|10:30 AM||Cleaner LA – Students use a smartphone app||GIS Based Asset Management||Crowdsourcing to Predict active school shooters|
|11:00 AM||City of Los Angeles Data Portal||Using LIDAR to enhance GIS Data||Precision Street Level Panoramas for GIS|
|11:30 AM||GIS, UAV, and 3D Printing||Map Production Automation with ArcPy and Google Earth||GIS Use in Public Health|
|12:30 PM||LA County GIS Data Portal||Saving Time Resources with Pictometry Connect||Managing Safety Assets in a University Campus Using GIS|
|1:00 PM||MapTime LA – Making maps in the Neighborhood||Custom Updates to Regional Planning Web Map App||National Demographics of Same-sex couples|
|1:30 PM||Using maps to fight crime||Measuring Access to Transit|
|2:00 PM||Data to Action with HealthCity.org||GIS and Mental Health Outcomes|