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2014 OKSCAUG ESRI Technical Sessions

Join us during the afternoon sessions of the OKSCAUG Conference to take advantage of the following ESRI Technical Sessions.

Get Your Platform On!

Gary Scoffield

Are you struggling to maintain legacy applications, while also trying to meet new market expectations and support a broad range of customers?  Are you being asked to do this with the same or less resources?  You aren’t alone.  All organizations are faced with these challenges.  At Esri, we are working to help our customers deal with these challenges by evolving the ArcGIS Platform to be easier to implement, more sustainable, and reach more users.
During this session, we will discuss how you evolve your existing GIS investment into a geographic platform, which you will configure to provide solutions across your organization.  By configuring out-of-the-box apps and templates, you will deliver valuable applications quicker to business users and more easily sustain these applications.  You will empower your whole organization to use geography in its daily work, which will lead to sustained and even growing investment in GIS.

You want to web enable My Geodatabase?  Management and deployment of
database content

Michael Beavers

This session will explore the advanced capabilities of the geodatabase data model. We will look at and discuss the concepts of spatial and attribute validation. Topics also covered will be relationship classes and options for storing annotation, creating subtypes and domains. Lastly we will look at the different options for publishing your authoritative content to the web in applications and editing environments. This session is intended for those with ArcGIS 10x experience and general familiarity with the geodatabase data model.

Sprint to success with ArcGIS Pro

Pam Kersh

ArcGIS Pro is a new ArcGIS for Desktop application that provides many exciting features. ArcGIS Pro is an application for creating and working with spatial data on your desktop. It provides tools to visualize, analyze, compile, and share your data, in both 2D and 3D environments. During this session we will provide an introduction to the functionality of Pro and the exciting new capabilities.

Modernize your Land Records Solution

Karen Lizcano

By Leveraging esri’s Land Records solution you can manage an accurate inventory of real property, analyze the value of land along with its’ associated improvements, describe who owns the land, and convey land-use and zoning regulations. During this session we will look at modern solutions available for the Land Records industry. We will also discuss options for editing and publishing your parcel information to the web in solution applications and out of the box, configurable templates.

From Zero to Hero with the Web App Builder

Karen Lizcano

The Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS is a feature of ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS, it provides a foundation for building web applications in ArcGIS. It is a configurable HTML5/JavaScript-based application that lets you quickly create intuitive, focused 2D and 3D apps from scratch without writing a single line of code (no plugins required!). During this cutting edge session we will learn how to configure and deploy an application, add out of the box widgets and the option for further customization.

Don’t be shy, open up with ArcGIS Open Data Portal

Michael Beavers

ArcGIS Open Data makes it easy to share your organization’s data, available to anyone in standard formats, by creating an Open Data site using the services you’ve already published. Of course, there is some effort required in maintaining the site over time. Organizations can configure a website with their own look and feel , specify Open Data groups to share specific items, create user roles to help maintain the site and lastly share the data so it can be accessed by your open data portal. The general public can use Open Data sites to search by topic or location, download data in multiple formats, and view data on an interactive map and in a table. During this session we will look at examples and best practices for deploying an open data portal. You will go back to your organization ready to get your own site up and running!

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