Spring Meeting 2015


Workshops

Tuesday, May 12 - Workshops

8am - Noon: ArcGIS Pro: An Introduction FULL

Noon - 1:30pm: Lunch (on your own)

1:30pm - 5:30pm: Extend ArcGIS to your Mobile Workforce  FULL 

 

All other workshops are included with Spring Meeting Registration.  Signup for the workshops when you register for the 2015 Spring Meeting to reserve your seat.


Workshop Abstracts
 

Esri ArcGIS Pro: An Introduction

Date/Time: Tuesday, May 12, 8 AM - Noon
Cost:
  Included with your Spring Meeting Registration
Format: Hands-on lab, laptops will be provided and maximum enrollment is 30 participants (two per laptop).
Instructor: TJ Abbenhaus, Solution Engineer with Esri

The 10.3 release of ArcGIS for Desktop includes ArcGIS Pro. This is a new desktop application for 2D/3D mapping, editing, visualization, and spatial analysis. This workshop will introduce functionality in this new and exciting desktop application. The workshop will consist of a combination of presentation, demonstration, and hands-on exercises using the computer lab at Miles Community College.

Prerequisites: ArcGIS Pro requires an ArcGIS Online organizational account. Participants are encouraged to use their existing accounts. If you do not have an account a temporary one will be provided for you.

 

Extend ArcGIS to your Mobile Workforce

Date/Time: Tuesday, May 12, 1:30pm - 5 PM
Cost:
Included with your Spring Meeting Registration
Format: Hands-on lab; Bring your own mobile device
Instructor: TJ Abbenhaus, Solution Engineer with Esri

Learn to put your Collector for ArcGIS application to use quickly and effectively. This app is included with all ArcGIS Online organization subscriptions. Esri staff will step through mobile GIS workflows supported by this app.

  • Capture, update, and report spatial and tabular information directly from your Android or Apple device
  • Plan routes and get directions
  • Improve your data quality with data-driven forms
  • Capture photos and video
  • Integrate information into your organization’s GIS
  • Configure the app to fit your organization’s workflow

Collector for ArcGIS improves your productivity with intuitive data collection whether your device is connected to the internet or not. We will touch on other available applications and tools available through ArcGIS Online.

Prerequisites: The Collector for ArcGIS application requires an ArcGIS Online organizational account. Participants are encouraged to use their existing accounts. If you do not have an account a temporary one will be provided for you.

NOTE: Participants must bring their own Android OS or iOS devices for this workshop.  The Collector for ArcGIS application should be installed on your device prior to coming to the workshop. 


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