National Weather Center
University of Oklahoma
120 David L. Boren Blvd
NWC Suite 1100
Norman OK, 73072-7303
A special thanks to :
The National Weather Center for the facility.
Allterra Central for providing breakfast.
The Center for Spatial Analysis for helping coordinate the event and provide the morning coffee.
Pizza lunch will be provided by SCAUG.
The first two parking rows are reserved for visitors & carpooling is encouraged as parking space will be limited.
8:30 - 8:45 a.m.
Welcome & Announcements
8:45 - 9:30 a.m.
Download PresentationVicente Vasquez- Bringing OCC well injection and completion data into a geospatial framework.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s (OCC) Oil & Gas Division is a regulatory agency department whose responsibilities include providing information, permitting, investigation, and compliance services to the Oil and Gas Industry, mineral interest landowners, and the general public regarding oil and gas resources of the State. Given the activity and longevity of this industry in Oklahoma (more than ~500,000 oil and gas wells drilled since 1915), the Oil and Gas Division is responsible for large, rich datasets. Reactionary to recent State-observed seismicity rate increases and associated concerns, the OCC created the Induced Seismicity Department to monitor the relationship of earthquake rates (from State and Federal seismic networks) and Oil and Gas activity (Class II saltwater disposal and hydraulic fracturing operations).
The OCC Oil & Gas Division has realized the need to create and maintain its large datasets into Geographic information Systems (GIS) across multiple services and automate iterative processes through programmatically-initiated toolsets and workflows in GIS. This presentation aims to discuss the methods and utility of bringing OCC data into GIS frameworks to solve business problems and drive efficiencies into established processes.
9:30 - 9:40 a.m.
9:40 - 10:20 a.m.
Jimmy Jordan - Allterra Central
Streamlined Geodatabase Maintenance: Feature Collection and Update with the TerraFlex for ArcMap Plugin
Jimmy Jordan is a GIS Solutions Consultant and Trimble Certified Trainer for the new AllTerra Central (formerly Western Data Systems and Martin Instruments). In this position, he gets to help many different levels of employees in a vast array of industries to maximize their GIS efforts including hardware and software implementations and trainings. He received his B.S. in Geography and his GIS Baccalaureate Certificate from Texas State University in 2013 and began working for Western Data Systems in 2012. Jimmy has been a SCAUG member since 2013 and has given training courses at previous regional conferences. He made his biggest professional achievement, earning his GISP, in 2017. Jimmy is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hunting, fishing, and golf, and loves to integrate GIS into these activities as often as he can.
With so many data driven decisions made in our day-to-day operations, data currency and accuracy has never been more important. The need for routine inspections and maintenance to ensure the suitability and operability of various assets is imperative to provide reliable service and can mitigate costly outages and/or downtime. Trimble TerraFlex and the Trimble TerraFlex for ArcMap Plugin streamlines field data collection and update for greater productivity and efficiency. See how to create projects straight from your ESRI geodatabase and download collected/updated data directly back into it. There are no import and export processes to manage, meaning higher data quality and greater productivity.
This session will cover a brief overview of Trimble TerraFlex, working with TerraFlex directly from an ESRI environment, and exploring compatibility with ESRI Geodatabases.
10:20 - 10:30 a.m.
10:30 - 10:40 a.m.
Becca Castleberry- OKAGE
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
Katherine Smyth - ESRI Solution Engineer
What’s New with Open Data
Learn how to share your data interactively with new functionality in Esri’s Open Data. During this presentation, we will discuss where Open Data is now, where it’s going and touch on the idea of Hub. Best practices for getting started and continuing to implement Open Data will also be offered. We’ll end with a live demo detailing how to create an Open Data page.
11:45 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
Closing Remarks & Door Prizes
12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Pizza Lunch provided by SCAUG
All wanting to tour the facility will need to be registered a minimum of two weeks (JUNE 6, 2018 ) before the event. Visitors who are Foreign nationals are required to complete additional Foreign National Visitor Guest Information Report Form.
Attendees GISP credits : 4 hours - EDU - 0.1 credits
Presenters GISP Credits : 1 hour - CON - 1 credit