Friday

See Daily Schedules:

Schedule for Friday, June 17, 2022

*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
GIS Track 1 - Tantive IV (Hancock Rm)
GIS Track 1 - Tantive IV (Hancock Rm)
Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Accretion vs Avulsion Effecting Property Lines
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Title: How Accretion vs Avulsion effects the Property Line

Description:

Presenter: David L. Wilberding, PLS


Presenter Bio: Worked for the Iowa Highway Commission from 1970 -2000. Within that timeframe, I became a Licensed Land Surveyor on January 10th, 1984. I currently operate my own Surveying Business (PSS Inc.). From 2000 - to the present. Served on the Board of Directors for the Society of Land Surveyors of Iowa from 1991-1997 and from 2018 to the present. Served as the President of said Board in 1996 and again in 2019. I am currently a member of the Exam Board for the Iowa Land Surveyors from 2004-present. We grade the exams and write questions for the upcoming exams. I received the John J. Reineke Award (March 10th, 2011) for extraordinary service to the Society of Land Surveyors of Iowa and the Land Surveying Profession. Member of the Cherokee City Council.

Morning Break

Morning break in the Ballroom

ArcPro Tips & Tricks
10:15 am - 11:15 am

Title: ArcPro Tips & Tricks

Description: This presentation will focus on tips and tricks that Dave, James and Matt have found helpful while using ArcGIS Pro. They will not guarantee that you will advance from Padawan to Jedi after attending; however, there will be many helpful tips to aid you on your journey. Some of the topics covered will be editing, interacting with layers, mapping tricks, working with layouts, and tons of shortcuts.


Presenters: Dave Croll, James Worm & Matt Boeck

Presenter Bios: Although Dave Croll is not yet a Jedi Knight, he has 20 years of knowledge within the ESRI system of planets and the ins and outs of the Arcuser force. Working in the small region of Johnston within the outer ring of the Esri system, Dave uses his engineering skills to model municipal infrastructure and maintain the enterprise GIS system at Johnston. Dave enjoys honing his python skills to keep a small but mighty group of GIS droids in line.

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

Conference Wrap-up in the Ballroom

IGIC/ICIT Executive Board Meeting
12:00 pm - 12:45 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

Enterprise Geodatabase Administration and Spatial Data Workflows with Postgres and ESRI ArcPro
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Title: Enterprise Geodatabase Administration and Spatial Data Workflows with Postgres and ESRI ArcPro

Description: The Iowa State University (ISU) Information Technology Services (ITS) and the Center for Survey Statistics and Methodology (CSSM) teams have implemented ESRI Enterprise Geodatabase environments in Postgres, and are using ArcMap and ArcPro to create, maintain and administer spatial data. As an ISU Systems Analyst, part of my role in geodatabase design and administration involves developing data workflows which help GIS professionals with their data workflows and automation. This includes data architecture and design that will help normalize spatial datasets, allow multi-user edit environments (both connected and disconnected from the ISU network) and automate data validation and synchronization between development and production environments. This presentation will highlight the use of automation in geodatabase administration, and some best practices for the use of data versioned edits and replicas synchronization using ArcPro. The spatial data featured in this presentation will be a 3D multi-modal transportation network (roadways, parking, walkways, building hallways and buildings rooms) for ISU maintenance workers and a cable raceway network model for Communications spatial and logistic data integration, which are both currently in development for ITS. I will highlight the use of pL/pgSQL and python in my automation examples as part of this effort.


Presenters: Tracy J. McLane & Brad Boeckmann

Presenter Bio: Tracy (Engel) McLane is a Systems Analyst at Iowa State University (ISU), where her primary roles are as a GIS data architect and automation specialist for the ISU Center of Survey Statistics and Methodology (CSSM). Tracy supports CSSM with spatial analysis, data analytics and database architecture design in both Oracle Spatial and Postgres/PostGIS database environments. Her automation experience includes pLSQL, pL/pgSQL and python for USDA Natural Resource Inventory (NRI) Countybase Estimation, NASS Cropland Data Layer (CDL) sequenced sample matrix analytics development and other natural resource data analytics to support the CSSM team and its customers. Additionally, Tracy supports the ISU Information Technology Services (ITS) ESRI Enterprise Postgres geodatabase. There, she is responsible for data design, development, automation and integration of two Iowa State University transportation and communications network data models, both currently under development.

Morning Break

Morning break in the Ballroom

Imagery in the Cloud
10:15 am - 11:15 am

Title: Imagery in the Cloud

Workshop Description: ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online is a complete software-as-a-service (SaaS) that lets organizations host, analyze, and stream imagery and raster collections in ArcGIS Online. This demo-packed session will show how easy it is to upload imagery to ArcGIS Online, then apply image processing and analysis to inspect assets, assess suitability, detect change, and support your organization's decision-making. Join us to learn hwo you can harness the full power of imagery in a secure, scalable cloud environment..

Presenter: Scott MacDonald, Solution Engineer at Esri


Presenter Bio: Scott guides state government agencies across the Midwest in their use of ArcGIS technology to accomplish their goals. He joined the Esri St. Louis office in 2021 after four years on the ArcGIS Enterprise development team in Redlands, Calif. Scott is an experienced geographer with a passion for ecology, and is a proud Mizzou alum and Missouri native.

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

Conference Wrap-up in the Ballroom

IGIC/ICIT Executive Board Meeting
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

Conference review IGIC/ICIT Board Meeting

IT Track (Woodbury Rm)
IT Track (Woodbury Rm)
Breakfast (Ballroom)
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Ballroom

Breakfast in the Ballroom

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Title: Meraki Round Table Discussion

Description: I was looking to put together a round table for everyone interested Meraki products, offerings, and have an open discussion about the pros and cons of Meraki. It would be open to people want to share successes and maybe failures with the Cisco products. Over just have an open forum to discuss


Presenter:


Presenter Bio:

Morning Break

Morning break in the Ballroom

Cyber Security by ICAP
10:15 am - 11:15 am

Title: Multi-Factor Authentication Roundtable

Description: A group discussion on how counties are handling MFA.

Presenters: County IT Directors

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

Conference Wrap-up in the Ballroom

IGIC/ICIT Executive Board Meeting
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

Conference review IGIC/ICIT Board Meeting