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GIS-Pro 2017: THE Conference for GIS Professionals
October 23-26,  2017
Jacksonville, Florida
URISA and its local chapters are pleased to present GIS-Pro 2017 in JAX!  Join us for comprehensive education, networking, and professional development. 

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Wednesday, October 25 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Web Mapping/Local Government - AICP/CM Approved 1.5

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The increasingly popular ArcGIS Online platform allows local governments the ability to increase efficiencies by improving exposure to spatial data and virtually eliminating the need for face to face interactions. This track will focus on various implementations of ArcGIS Online in local government including land and property record searches, field data collection, and an introduction to cartography practices as they apply to web mapping.

Attendance at this session will offer: 1.5 AICP credits

  • 2017 ESIG Award Exemplary System, Enterprise System Category: Integration & Innovation at Racine County: Building a GIS that Opens Doors for the Enterprise and Beyond
    Tyson Fettes, Register of Deeds, Racine County, Wisconsin
  • ArcGIS Online Adventures: One County’s  Story
    Amy Hunter, GISP, GIS Analyst, Orange County Government, Orlando, FL
    Robert Drow, GISP, GIS Supervisor, Orange County Government, Orlando, FL
  • Next Generation Property Search using AGOL
    Natalie Harris, Bruce Harris & Associates Inc., Batavia, IL
  • Which Field Data Collection App Should I Use?
    Michael Gilbrook, PhD, GISP, AICP, Geospatial Technical Director, HDR, Orlando, FL

Moderators
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John Nolte

Infrastructure Support Services, City of Westminster
I am the Asset Management Lead for the City of Westminster, in Westminster, CO. Previously I was the GIS Coordinator for the Naval Weapons Station in Charleston, SC and Technical Manager in the Geophysics division of Zapata Inc, a private engineering consulting firm.

Speakers
avatar for Tyson Fettes

Tyson Fettes

Register of Deeds, Racine County
Tyson Fettes is the Register of Deeds at Racine County, Wis. Tyson has a long standing passion for public service, having held his first elected position at age 21 as a member of Burlington Town Board. Tyson’s role as Register of Deeds is atypical – as well as the Register of... Read More →
avatar for Amy Hunter, GISP

Amy Hunter, GISP

GIS Analyst, Orange County Government
Amy Hunter currently works for Orange County Government as a GIS Analyst. She attended the University of Central Florida and earned a degree in Environmental Studies. Mrs. Hunter has eight years of GIS experience in both the public and private sector.
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Robert Drow, GISP

GIS Supervisor, Orange County Government
Bob Drow is a GIS Supervisor in the Community and Environmental Services Department of Orange County Government. He graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Environmental Sciences and Natural Resources. Bob has been with Orange County for 14 years using GIS in... Read More →
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Michael Gilbrook, GISP

Geospatial Technology Director, HDR
Michael has a B.S. in Limnology, an M.S. in Biological Science and a PhD in Applied Conservation Biology from the University of Central Florida. He has over 30 years of experience using GIS for regional planning, transportation planning and environmental impact assessment in both... Read More →
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Natalie Harris

GIS Client Relations Manager, Bruce Harris & Associates
Natalie graduated with a degree in Archaeology from Cornell University and began as an Intelligence Analyst at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. She has spent most of her career as a geospatial analyst for Federal Government Agencies, including the Joint IED Defense O... Read More →



Wednesday October 25, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm
River Terrace 2, Third Level

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