2007 Southeast User Group Conference
The 2007 Southeast User Group Conference Proceedings is a compilation of professional abstracts and presentations delivered May 24, 2007, in Jacksonville, Florida. 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.
Esri Technical Presentations
- Understanding the DWG Format
Tripp Corbin, MCP, CFM, GISP, Keck & Wood, Inc.
- Mapping Utilities with Mobile GIS Applications
Kristy M. Capobianco, GIS Analyst, Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.
- How Accurate Is Your Data?
Frank J. Conkling, Panda Consulting
- Data: The Critical Investment
Ron Kistler, Director, IT & GIS Services, Bay County, Florida
- Building a More Accurate Parcel Base map for the Enterprise - From Realingment to Re-engineering
Kevin Hardester, GIS Consultant, Bruce Harris & Associates
- Mapping Knowledge: Tift County School District
Michael Rivera, GIS Regional Project Manager, So. Georgia Regional Development Center
- Pilot Study Assessing Seagrass in Clearwater Harbor and St. Joesph Sound, Pinellas County, Florida
Cynthia Meyer, GISP, Pinellas County, Florida
- Automating a Pollution Load Screening Model (PLSM): Putting ArcObjects to Work in a Modern Interface
St. John's River Water Management District
- Venezuela's Heavy Oil Belt: Monitoring Exploration- and Production-Related Land Cover Changes
Chris W. Baynard, Department of Geography, UF; Department of World Languages, UNF; Society of Petroleum Engineers
- Applying Arc Hydro and Utility Network Analyst
Allen Hoerle, GIS Analyst, Forsyth County Geographic Information Services, Cumming, Georgia
GIS as Enterprise Information Management
- Virtual GIS, Web-based GIS Applications at the Fish & Wildlife Research Institute
- St. Johns Co. Public Works Infrastructure, Enterprise ArcGIS-Centric Maintenance/Support
Rocky S. Agbunag, GISP, St. Johns County, Florida and Rene Rodriquez, GISP, Woolpert, Inc.
- Using ArcGIS to Centralize Information Management for Fast Growing Organizations
Jim Kiles, Woolpert, Inc.
- Migrating to ArcGIS 9.2 in an Enterprise Environment, The Cobb County Approach
Christian U. Okeke, Charles Fail, Tim Scharff, Cobb County GIS
- A GIS Electronic Asset Management Framework for Local Government
Charlotte County, Florida
- Integration 101
Bill Wetzel, The Sidwell Company
- Tracking Debris Recovery Efforts with GIS
Brad Stroppel, GISP and Richard Meinert
- Criminal Justice Applications - The many roles of GIS in Community Policing
Valdosta Police Department, Valdosta, Georgia
- Prepared for Emergencies Through CMMS
Tim Oliver, Horry County, South Carolina
- Statewide LiDAR, Storm Surge Modeling, and Regional Evacuation Studies
Mark Nelson, P.E., Jones Edmunds, and Richard Butgereit, State of Florida
- Esri's Fish Tool
Stacy Belledin, Jacksonville (Florida) Sheriff's Office, and Jonathan Fisk, Esri
- Utilizing Improving EMS Response Times
Jim Pennington, Director of IT
State and Local Government
- Web Based GIS Implementation for the City of Boynton Beach, Florida
Jeff Albee, Applied Technology Manager, AMEC Earth &Environment, Inc.
- A Model for Creating a Park System and Managing Growth
The Preservation Project, Jacksonville
- ArcIMS Asynchronous Data Transfer Support
Luis F. Penedo
- Developing a Custom ArcReader Application with ArcGIS Publisher
David Galluzzo, Hillsborough County, Florida
- The Economic Benefits of GIS: A County's Perspective
Jefferson County, Alabama
- Signal Inventory Application
Jeffrey Engerski, Girmail Crawford, Inc.
- Hillsborough County, Florida Develops a Roadway Lighting Capital Improvement Plan with GIS
Marc J. Rogoff, Ph.D., SCS Engineers; Marina Ostapenko, Ayres Associates; Buz Barbour, Hillsborough County, Florida
- Crash Data Collection & Analysis Using GIS
Michael Blinn, Traffic Analyst, and Tony Harrison, AutoCAD/GIS Tech
- GIS & Travel Demand Modeling in the Southeast: An Analytical Approach with .NET GIS Customization
Douglas W. Lynch, GISP
- NPDES and GIS: 10 Years of Evolution from Inventory to Application
England, Thims, & Miller, Inc.
- ArcGIS for Development of Unidirectional Flushing Programs
Keith D. Hodsden, P.E., Senior Client Service Manager, MWH Soft and Kelcia D. Mazana, E.I., Project Engineer, Reiss Environmental
- Development of an Enterprise Storm Water Infrastructure Database
- Use of GIS for Storm Water Infrastructure Mapping
Andy Renshaw, City of Gainesville, Florida Public Works
- Orlando Utilities Commission Hydrant Audit Lifecycle
Ron Hawkins, Manager, Water Technical Services
- The Evolution of an Enterprise GIS at Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc.
Dominic M. Strollo II, GIS Administrator, Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc.; Mark W. Nelson, P.E., Director of GIS, Jones Edmunds; Dave Jenkins, GIS Analyst, Jones Edmunds; Kevin Hofmann, GIS Analyst, Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc.
- Esri Water Utilities Update