Communities are leveraging the power of open data and geography to transform how they do business and engage with their constituents. Changes in technology and demographics are driving this pivot in government and agencies need to adapt to attract new talent, reach their customers, and conduct business more efficiently. This talk will review the Hub approach to community GIS and the initiatives that are driving change such as Vision Zero, reducing homelessness, and constituent engagement.
GIS Case Studies
The presentation will describe BART's process in creating a web online service for the District's employees to access geospatial information. BART's EGIS (Enterprise Geographic Information System) is a comprehensive web application for viewing BART assets and their geographic location from a desktop, tablet or mobile device. BART's accomplishments were recently highlighted in an Esri video. The application will showcase some of the available tools and features
The City of Indio is located in the southern California desert region just outside of Palm Springs. Michael Baker International, Inc. (Michael Baker) partnered with Indio to provide Mobile LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) mapping and Laser Crack Measurement System (LCMS) data collection services in support of the City’s 5-year pavement management plan and to augment the City's ongoing public works asset management systems.
"The Workshop will focus on three separate areas of addressing activities at the local government (city/county) level:
1. Understanding your existing addresses and address reference system (business rules)
2. Understanding how to get your existing address information into a single MAR using standards to manage quality.
3. Address assignment and maintenance: keeping your address information current and trustworthy.
This NG9-1-1 Workshop shows how GIS is at the heart of NG9-1-1 and is aimed at the GIS professional who is currently supporting or may soon support their emergency communications division in the future or the PSAP stakeholder interested in learning more about the data needed to support the ESInet. Deadlines are looming for the GIS Professional to have their data and workflows in place by 2020 to support NG9-1-1.
In 2016 Midpen, a 60,000-acre greenbelt system in the San Francisco Bay Area and global biodiversity hotspot, implemented an enterprise GIS to support its land conservation lifecycle. The new system plays a crucial role in improving land stewardship by providing actionable intelligence through mobile data collection tools for Rangers, webmaps for staff and managers, and data for executive decision making. All these are vital components of a truly transformational enterprise GIS.
Evaluating deterrents for the public to ride transit has brought us to the first phase of measuring the level of transit stress. Determining where transit stops are located, how frequently the transit stops are served, amenities the stops may have, how on-time the transit vehicles are at your stop. Established criteria is simply the first take at analyzing how stressful it may be to ride transit and helps us to identify places to improve, re-engineer, conduct a broader study to evaluate and enhance current transit infrastructure. The end goal is lessen the level of transit stress. Web s
The growing size and cost of vehicular evacuations to evade hazards in recent decades have drawn attention to a need for more comprehensive evacuation planning. Transportation modeling research focused on road network vulnerability and evacuation potential has increased the available knowledge for decision makers. Despite this need and the availability of new methods and tools for assessing evacuations, most work focuses on hypothetical or simplified networks, or relies on pre-determined route assessments.
Spatial analysis, cartography, and data visualization provide a powerful vehicle to help communities make informed decisions on policies that will shape how our cities will move in the future. Using examples from two projects, David will explore how procedural modeling can all be applied to provide a better understanding of transportation in our communities. The presentation will start with an introduction to procedural modeling and then describe two case studies in transportation planning.