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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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Tuesday, October 24 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Addressing for 9-1-1 and EOC Response

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The single most-used piece of information collected about you is your address. Where you are if you call for help or report an incident should not be a multiple choice option. Addresses and incidents require accurate collection and distribution of location information.

Attend this session and hear how cities and counties across the country are whipping their address data into shape. Regional approaches to creating, accessing, and sharing accurate address data benefit NextGen 9-1-1 efforts as well as support local and federal initiatives. An ESIG winning submission will share their story on creating an agile mapping system for tracking real-time data during in a response/support of storm events.

  • 2017 ESIG Award Exemplary System, Single Process System Category:
    GIS in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
    Langdon Sanders, GIS Analyst II, Information Technology, City of Sandy Springs Public Works, Sandy Springs, GA
  • The Joy of Addressing:  A Local Government Perspective
    Albert Romanowski, GIS Analyst, Orange County Government, Orlando, FL
    Robert Drow, GISP, GIS Supervisor, Orange County Government, Orlando, FL
  • Implementing a Multi-Jurisdiction Master Address Repository
    Colleen Sharpe, GISP, Senior Consultant, Spatial Focus, LLC, Wake Forest, NC 
    Wayne Brewer, Address Coordinator, City of Raleigh, Raleigh, NC

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Lynn Dupont, ASLA, GISP

GIS Manager/Principal Planner, Regional Planning Commission
Lynn Dupont represents the Regional Planning Commission of New Orleans as principal planner and GIS Manager focusing upon land use studies, data integration, and procuring usable data for use at the local level. She is past president of LA URISA, previous URISA board member, and current... Read More →


Wayne Brewer

Address Coordinator / CURISA Addressing Board Chair, City of Raleigh / Carolina URISA
Wayne is the Address Coordinator for the City of Raleigh, responsible for the daily addressing review and assignment functions, as well as development review support. Wayne has been involved in the City and County MAR project since the beginning. In addition he is the board chair... Read More →

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 a... Read More →
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Colleen Sharpe, GISP

Senior Consultant, Spatial Focus, LLC

Albert Romanowski

GIS Analyst, Orange County Government
Albert Romanowski is a GIS Analyst at Orange County Government while attending school at the University of Central Florida working towards his PhD in Government Policy.
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Langdon Sanders

GIS Analyst II, City of Sandy Spring Public Works
Langdon enjoys providing web GIS integrations in city government. He is a GIS Analyst at the City of Sandy Springs where he specializes in Public Works, Fire, and Emergency Management. He pioneered the use of GIS in the Emergency Operations Center at the city to provide a real-time... Read More →

Tuesday October 24, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
Grand 3, Second Level