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Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman

  • 20 Jun 2012
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • National Weather Center at the University of Oklahoma


  • Free Meeting Registration

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2012 June OKSCAUG Public Safety Meeting

National Weather Center
University of Oklahoma
Room 1313
120 David L. Boren Blvd
NWC Suite 1100
Norman OK, 73072-7303

A special thanks to :
The National Weather Center for the facility
The Center for Spatial Analysis for helping coordinate the event & provide the morning coffee & drinks.

The first two parking rows are reserved for visitors & carpooling is encouraged as parking space will be limited.

Meeting Agenda:
8:30 – 8:45 - Welcome and Announcements

8:45 – 9:30 -
Huy Nguyen - US Department of Transportation

9:30 – 9:45  Break

9:45 – 10:30 -
Naomi Martinez - Call Okie - A Damage Prevention System in Action

10:30 – 10:45  Break

10:45 – 11:45
- ArcGIS Local Government Information Model

11:45  Closing, Door Prizes and Lunch

Presentations include:

Huy Nguyen - US Department of Transportation
A Road Safety Audit (RSA) is the formal safety performance examination of an existing or future road or intersection by an independent, multidisciplinary team. It qualitatively estimates and reports on potential road safety issues and identifies opportunities for improvements in safety for all road users. The FHWA works with State and local jurisdictions and Tribal Governments to integrate RSAs into the project development process for new roads and intersections, and also encourages RSAs on existing roads and intersections.

The aim of an RSA is to answer the following questions:

  • What elements of the road may present a safety concern: to what extent, to which road users, and under what circumstances?
  • What opportunities exist to eliminate or mitigate identified safety concerns?
Public agencies with a desire to improve the overall safety performance of roadways under their jurisdiction should be excited about the concept of RSAs. Road safety audits can be used in any phase of project development from planning and preliminary engineering, design and construction. RSAs can also be used on any sized project from minor intersection and roadway retrofits to mega-projects.

Naomi Martinez Call Okie, A Damage Prevention System in Action
Oklahoma One Call Systems Inc,

Call Okie believes that damage prevention is a shared responsibility. Communication is our Key to success, our mission is to provide quality underground damage prevention and communication services for the excavators, operators and owners in the Great State of Oklahoma. Call Okie works with underground utility owners to obtain the geographic location of their underground facilities, the information is entered into our system. Now that we know the location of the facilities, locate requests can be received by the underground facility owner. The excavator contacts Call Okie to request a locate request, the excavator will provide location information (driving directions, address, legal description and/or GPS coordinates) the Call Okie customer service representative uses this information to digitally define the digging location on a map with a polygon. Any underground facility owners who have registered underground facilities in the area of the dig site polygon, will receive a locate request notification. The Call Okie system is dependent on participation from underground utility operators, the excavators and the Public Safety sector to ensure that all Oklahomans are protected from the potential dangers of damaged underground facilities.

Pam Kersh - ESRI

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ArcGIS Local Government Information Model In this session we will cover what the ArcGIS Local Government Information Model is and the benefits of using the model.  We will Learn more about how you can use this model to build your own local government geodatabases, maps, and applications, and we will learn how the model fits into the ArcGIS Local Government Templates. We will talk about some of the migration challenges, and some of the migration tools that are available to use with the data model.

ArcGIS for Local Government – ArcGIS Resource Center:


Local Government Information Model – schema that the maps and apps are based on:


ArcGIS for Local Government –  Maps and Apps:


ArcGIS for Local Government –  Partners:

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Attendees GISP credits : 4 hours - EDU - 0.1 credits
Presenters GISP Credits : 1 hour - CON -  1 credit

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