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    General Schedule

    Schedule and presentations are subject to change...but here is what we have planned.

    • Monday September 23
      • Pre-Conference Workshops
      • No-Host Social
    • Tuesday, September 24
      • Welcome Address
      • Keynote: Aileen Buckley (Esri) - Ethics in Cartography
      • Networking Session
      • Esri - Exploring GeoAI and Generative AT: harnessing the Power of AI Tools in Esri Software
      • Esri - Five Ways Agencies are Leading Smart Communities
      • Banquet and Social
    • Wednesday, September 25
      • Technical Sessions
      • No-Host Social
    • Thursday, September 26
      • Post-Conference Workshops and Special Meetups

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    Schedule and presentations are subject to change...but here is what we have planned.

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    Presentations Submitted

    NG911: How it works for Yakima and How it can work for you - Learn about the process of collecting and submitting Next Generation 911 data for statewide aggregation. The presentation includes processing and scripts developed to streamline the process.

    GIS ROI for Small Government Agencies - GIS data isn’t just for the big cities. Learn how the GIS Strategic Plan for Mountain Home, Idaho paved the way to capture thousands of water, sewer, and street assets and ultimately save this town of around 16,000 nearly $1,000,000.

    Tracking Decals with ArcGIS Online Tools - In 2020, Metro Council updated the multifamily regional service standard for garbage and recycling, introducing several changes aimed at making the system work better. One of these initiatives aimed to create more consistent and easier-to-understand signage in collection areas of apartments and condos across the region. But creating standard signs and decals to show what goes in which bin was just the start. One Metro team was tasked with making sure these decals and signs made it to the 6000+ apartments and condos throughout the region before December 2023. To help with this undertaking, the Data Resource Center deployed a suite of ArcGIS Online applications, including Survey123, Dashboards, and Web App Builder, to support the project team. This presentation will cover how these technologies were implemented to serve the needs of a variety of different users, some of the challenges the team ran into, and how the workflow can be implemented in similar projects.

    Evaluating current GIS techniques for addressing database and visualization aspects of spatiotemporal information -Spatiotemporal mapping is the representation of changes in geographical phenomena. By identifying the characteristics of the spatial, temporal, and attributional dimensions, this presentation reevaluates some data storage, retrieval, and visualization techniques explored in earlier research. Spatial change components include shape, location, presence, and size. Temporal change components include states, rate, duration, and intervals. Attributes include qualitative and quantitative descriptors. Combinations of changes are evaluated in some dimensional components such as attribute and spatial change, moving objects, rate of change, and temporal and spatial aggregations. The following visualization methods are explored: multiple-time snapshots, dynamic display (animation), and several interactive presentation methods of spatial-temporal information. Results of the evaluations are presented. Some software evaluated include Arc Story Maps, ArcGIS JavaScript API, MapBoxGL.js, R, Shiny apps, and Leaflet.js.

    Migrating Web Apps to ArcGIS Instant Apps - With the retirement of the ArcGIS Maps SDK for JavaScript 3.0 and certain app builders like ArcGIS Configurable Apps and ArcGIS Web AppBuilder, there is a growing need for a simple and efficient way to migrate existing apps. This is where ArcGIS Instant Apps comes in. ArcGIS Instant Apps is a powerful solution that quickly transforms your maps into focused, interactive web apps using purpose-driven templates. It leverages easy-to-use, built-in tools to showcase both 2D and 3D data, display a gallery of content, and deliver local public information. Built on Esri's latest web mapping technology, the ArcGIS Maps SDK for JavaScript 4.0, ArcGIS Instant Apps offers optimized performance and an extensive suite of capabilities. These include mobile responsiveness, smart mapping styles, accessibility improvements, and a wide variety of focus-driven templates that can be quickly deployed. In this presentation, we will explore how ArcGIS Instant Apps can be a viable option for updating apps that are set to retire at the end of 2025. We will discuss the benefits of using Instant Apps, demonstrate its capabilities, and provide step-by-step guidance on how to migrate existing apps seamlessly. By adopting ArcGIS Instant Apps, organizations can ensure a smooth transition for their apps while taking advantage of the latest web mapping technology and a rich set of features

    Fun in the Arcade - Want to learn more about Arcade? Your Pac-Man skills not cutting it? Come and check out our Arcade session. It'll help make your dashboard, maps, and pop-ups come alive!

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