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Schedule for Friday, June 15, 2018

*Schedule is tentative at this time and session days/times may be adjusted until finalized.

7:30 am
8:00 am
8:30 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
10:00 am
10:30 am
11:00 am
11:30 am
12:00 pm
12:30 pm
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
GIS Track 1 (Woodbury Rm)
GIS Track 1 (Woodbury Rm)
Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Intro to ArcObjects
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Lawrence Hartpence, City of West Des Moines


Presented by: Lawrence Hartpence | GIS Analyst | City of West Des Moines

This talk is designed to give exposure to those who have no experience in ArcObjects and to hopefully provide some useful tips to those who are experienced in ArcObjects. We will demonstrate creating an AddIn through Visual Studio, creating a form and building a simple query utilizing interfaces from ArcObjects. We will also show how to use ArcObjects to quickly edit attributes.

I started my GIS career as a tech for the Idaho Department of Game. I moved to Iowa in 1999 and landed a job at Jasper County to build their GIS and coordinate GIS initiates with the different county offices as well the incorporated towns within the county. Since 2009, the city of West Des Moines has employed me to support Westcom, a consolidated dispatch center serving West Des Moines, Clive, Urbandale, Waukee and Norwalk.

Tags: API, ArcObjects, Visual Studio

Morning Break

Morning break in the Ballroom

3D printing physical terrain models made easy with TouchTerrain
10:15 am - 11:15 am
Chris Harding, ISU


Presented by: Chris Harding | Associate Professor | Iowa State University

Low-cost 3D printers can now print small (5 x 5 inch) 3D terrain models for under $10. Such terrain models can support learning about landscape forms, geologic features, human impact, infrastructure planning, etc. Touch terrain (TouchTerain.geol.iastate.edu) makes it easy to select an area from a google maps interface and download the file(s) required for 3D printing the area’s terrain. You can exaggerate the elevation and even create multiple tiles to glue together into bigger 3D maps. I will show examples of 3D printed terrain, talk about 3D printing technology in general, show how to use the web application and close with lessons learned. A small 3D printer will be shown in action.

Chris Harding is an Associate Professor with the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences at Iowa State University

Tags: 3D Printing, Terrain Models

Conference Wrap-up (Ballroom)
11:15 am - 12:00 pm

Conference Wrap-up in the Ballroom

IGIC/ICIT Executive Board Meeting
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Conference review IGIC/ICIT Board Meeting

GIS Track 2 (Shelby Rm)
GIS Track 2 (Shelby Rm)
Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Iowa Geospatial Data Clearinghouse
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Casey Kohrt, Iowa DNR


Presented by: Casey Kohrt | Geospatial Administrator | Iowa DNR

The Office of the Chief Information Officer in cooperation with many State of Iowa agencies have launched a new website to make finding geospatial data within the state easier. The initial effort to populate data was to transition the DNR’s NRGIS Library to this new format. Since the initial transition, many other state agencies have been invited to participate in making their geospatial data discoverable on the site. Geodata.iowa.gov is using a platform of DKAN and Drupal, with an Amazon S3 bucket for hosting data on the cloud. Associated with this is an open data site hosted by ArcGIS Online.



tags: Data collaboration, partnerships, data delivery, open data

Morning Break

Morning break in the Ballroom

Improving Data Quality Through Collaborative Efforts
10:15 am - 11:15 am
Patrick Wilke-Brown, State of Iowa, Office of the Chief Information Officer


Presented by: Patrick Wilke-Brown | State of Iowa, Office of the Chief Information Officer
Co-Presented by: Jodi Flory, Gary Krob

Many organizations at the local and state level have moved beyond using geospatial technologies as a system of record and are now trying to use data with business processes. As the the state and local governments proceed in this direction there is an even greater need to address data standards and update processes to ensure good quality data where locally generated data gets rolled-up into a statewide product. Examples include annexation boundaries, school districts, tax districts and addresses. Panel and session participants will have the opportunity to share data quality problems and work towards collaborating on standards and solutions.



Tags: data quality, collaboration, standards

Conference Wrap-up (Ballroom)
11:15 am - 12:00 pm

Conference Wrap-up in the Ballroom

IGIC/ICIT Executive Board Meeting
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Conference review IGIC/ICIT Board Meeting

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