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2024 Summer OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman

  • 20 Jun 2024
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • National Weather Center at the University of Oklahoma

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2024 OKSCAUG

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


 

Get Driving Directions to the National Weather Center

Make Plans to join us for a Pizza Lunch following the Meeting!

  A special thanks to :

The Center for Spatial Analysis for Sponsoring this event

The National Weather Center for the facility.

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

 

All Foreign Nationals are required to fill out the Foreign National Visitor Form by TBA to be able to attend the tour.

Download Foreign National Visitor Form

8:30 - 9:15 a.m.
Registration / Coffee & Breakfast Snacks

9:15 - 9:30 a.m.

Welcome

9:30 - 10:00 a.m. 

Presenters: Daniela Spade and Candace Perry, Center for Spatial Analysis

Title:  Migrating SWODA’s GIS Infrastructure from ArcGIS Online to ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2

Abstract: 

The Center for Spatial Analysis (CSA) provides mapping and GIS consulting services to the South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA), one of the state’s eleven regional Councils of Government (COG). COGs are voluntary associations of local governments formed under Oklahoma law, and membership spans all 77 counties, including local governments, Cities, Conservation Districts, and Indian Nations. The purpose of Oklahoma’s COGs is to help navigate problems and planning needs that require regional attention, including:

  • Regional data collection and analysis
  • Mapping
  • Coordination of environmental, economic, and social program plans
  • Capital Improvements Plan (CIP)

In support of each item above, CSA provides services including GIS data maintenance, development and deployment of web maps for use in Field Maps, and the development of web applications for various cities and communities within the SWODA region. As SWODA’s projects and services continue to expand, so too does their need for a larger and more affordable GIS infrastructure. In this presentation, we will discuss why CSA migrated SWODA’s GIS infrastructure from AGOL to Enterprise, the workflows used to do so, and the pros and cons of each system based on our experience.    

10:00 - 10:15 a.m. 
Break
10:15 - 10:45 a.m. 

Presenters: Cindy Luttrell, Oklahoma Mesonet

Title:  Oklahoma Mesonet: One State’s Approach to Quantifying and Communicating Weather Information

Abstract: Commissioned in 1994, the Oklahoma Mesonet is a world-class network of environmental monitoring stations that is a joint project between Oklahoma State University and The University of Oklahoma. With at least 1 station in each of Oklahoma’s 77 counties, weather observations are collected, quality assured, and provided to end-users every 5 minutes. We will review how data are created from siting to observation to final product and highlight the Oklahoma Mesonet’s approach to engaging end-users.

10:45 - 11:00 a.m.

 Break11:00 - 11:45 a.m. 

Presenters: Brig Bowles, Esri

Title: What's New in ArcGIS | May 2024 updates!

Abstract:  May 2024 brought forth a flurry of updates and fresh releases! Let's delve into the latest advancements in two foundational Esri products: ArcGIS 3.3 and ArcGIS Enterprise 11.3. In ArcGIS Pro, a plethora of new features awaits, ranging from flood simulation and enhanced presentations to direct PDF support and hyperlinks in layouts and reports. Meanwhile, ArcGIS Enterprise 11.3 marks a significant milestone as a long-term support release, unveiling ArcGIS Urban, a cutting-edge 3D scenario modeling application tailored for urban planning. The latest iteration of Enterprise introduces a slew of new capabilities, including support for new field types, the integration of custom web tools in Map Viewer, .NET 8 requirements, updates to ArcGIS Living Atlas content, and much more! Join us as we explore these pivotal and intriguing product enhancements!


11:45 - 12:00 p.m.
Closing Remarks & Door Prizes

Pizza Lunch Following the Meeting12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

National Weather Center Tour

(Limited to first 30 individuals that register for the tour - Tour is full as of 5/17/2024


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


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