2006 Esri Homeland Security GIS Summit Presentations
The Esri Homeland Security GIS Summit is a compilation of professional papers delivered October 2326, 2006, in Denver, Colorado. Esri users contributed a fundamental part to the conference by submitting and presenting their presentations on a diverse collection of GIS applications. The proceeds promote GIS application by stimulating users to share their experiences and knowledge.
- Montana Spatial Data InfrastructureEnhancing an All-Hazards Approach to Emergency Preparedness [PDF-4.89 MB, 37 pages]
Eric Eidswick, Montana Critical Structures Data Coordinator
- GIS & Emergency Management: Before, During, and After Hurricane Katrina [PDF-5.66 MB, 28 pages]
James E. Mitchell, Louisiana DOTD
- International SOS: Security and Mapping for Business [PDF-2.66 MB, 25 pages]
Robert Cheetham, Avencia Incorporated
- Oblique Aerial View (OAV) Imagery Evolves; Integrating OAV Data with GIS [PDF-1.62 MB, 19 pages]
Brandon McKenzie, Woolpert, Inc.
- Actionable Intelligence to Identify and Manage the Response to Pandemics [PDF-524 pages, 10 pages]
Jeffery Marshall, SAP Public Services
- Establishing a Sustainable Regional Public Safety GIS Interoperability Program [PDF-3.94 MB, 33 pages]
- Maintaining Critical Infrastructure In Statewide Federated Models for Everyday Business [PDF-210 KB, 8 pages]
Ken Wall, Geodata Services, Inc.
- Monitoring Shipping Containers Using ArcGIS [PDF-235 KB, 7 pages]
- Work and Asset Tracking [PDF-5.59 MB, 33 pages]
Jim Kiles, Woolpert, Inc.
Spatial Statistics Workshop