2013 OKSCAUG ESRI Technical Sessions
Join us during the afternoon sessions of the OKSCAUG Conference to take advantage of the following ESRI Technical Sessions.
Setting up AGO in your Organization
ArcGIS Online is a content management system for geographic information enabling you to share your content and to power many types of GIS-based applications and end-user websites. Getting started with these best practices will help you get the most out of your AGO subscription. This session will look at the different user roles , site setup, registering content, creating hosted services, sharing data, creating groups and discuss collaboration with maps.
Telling your story with Maps
Using your existing GIS data to present a clear and interesting picture of your information can be done using story maps. Story maps combine intelligent Web maps with Web applications and templates that incorporate text, multimedia, and interactive functions. Story maps inform, educate, entertain, and inspire people about a wide variety of topics.
Mobilizing your GIS Data
Mobile GIS extends the reach of ArcGIS to a broad range of mobile devicesundefinedincluding rugged Windows Mobile handhelds, Windows Tablet PCs, in-vehicle mounted systems, iPads, iPhones and iPod Touch devices, Android phones and tablets and Windows Phone devices. You can use a Mobile GIS solution on these platforms to view, collect, and update your geographic information. During this session we will look at and compare a few different options for your field GIS work.
The GeoEvents Server extension allows you to connect with virtually any type of streaming data and automatically alert personnel when specified conditions occurundefinedall in real time. GeoEvent Processor changes your everyday geographic information system (GIS) applications into frontline decision applications, helping you respond faster and with remarkable accuracy whenever and wherever change happens. During this session we will show how to set up the extension and some useful applications leveraging the technology.
Analyzing reports by location can reveal insights that drive decisions about what messages to feature where, how to geographically target marketing spend, and where to increase in-store promotions or sponsor events. As social media, texting, word of mouth, and offers delivered to smart phones have become important in the marketing mix, understanding location is even more important. Nearly 80% of apps are location aware. Location Analytics solutions from Esri can help harness the power of this new data. During this session we will look at Esri maps for Office, Cognos and SharePoint.
Enterprise geodatabases are typically accessed by a large number of users. As a result, there is some administration required to make sure the geodatabase is set up properly. Some administration tasks can be performed using ArcGIS. In many cases, administration tasks are slightly different from one RDBMS to another. During this session we will explore some different scenarios and best practices