GIS Day 2018 Presentations

 

 

Lean Six Sigma for GIS - Eadie Kaltenbacher, Michael Baker International Mobile GIS at Washington Department of Natural Resources - Jeffrey Holden, DNR Geocortex Essentials API Integration - Rick Geittmann, Washington Military Department
GIS Applications in Legislative Audits - Suzanna Pratt, Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee Becoming a Jinja Ninja or making better GIS reports with Python - Hilary Browning, DNR Ethical Dilemmas for the GIS Analyst - Kelly Alfaro Haugen and Sarah Smith, Thurston Co. GeoData Center, Elizabeth Donovan, Thurston Co. Sheriff Office, Gary Montgomery, Lacey, Janene Michaelis, Thurston CPED
GIS at OSPI - Bruce O. Schneider, OSPI Story Maps for Public Outreach: Some Tips - Michelle Swanson, Olympia Establishing Accessibility Metrics at WSDOT with Sugar Access - Kyle Miller, WSDOT
Crisis Mapping: Open-Source Saves the Day - Alisha King, WaTech CRAB GIS-Mo: Road Log Reporting Gone Spatial - Cameron Cole, CRAB Nitrogen in Puget Sound Story Map - Sheelagh McCarthy and Teizeen Mohamedali, Ecology
A Statewide LiDAR Plan - Abigail Gleason, DNR, Joanne Markert, OCIO Visualizing Forest Management Activities Using 3D in ArcGIS Pro - Jason Hildreth, DNR The Importance of GIS in Washington Census 2020 Efforts - Thomas Kimpel and Rob Kemp, OFM
Drones - A New Way to Measure Cannabis - Miles Micheletti, DNR Developing Training Plans for Staff with ESRI's New My Academy - Greg Tudor, RCO, Diane Wagner, ESRI Using Mobile Data Tools for Unique Applications - Andrew Ryan, DNR
Drones and GIS for Maintenance Operations - Keisha Chinn and Peter Burkhard, WSDOT    

 

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