Each attendee will benefit from over 50 hours of technical sessions and close to 16 hours for networking. Attendees will be able to customize their schedules to fit their interests by mixing and matching from different skill levels.

Please review the Technical Sessions Calendar to create a personalized schedule and view the timeslots.

Full NameSorted By Full Name In Ascending OrderPresentation TitlePresentation AbstractAgency / CompanyAdditional TeammatesSkill Level
Adam NeuseMobile Data CollectionAn overview of modernized Florida Park Service methods to gather information from field work.Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Recreation and Parks Newbie
Allen Nobles, PSMModernization of the NSRS and New SPCS ZonesThe presentation will provide a good overview on both the new shift coming for the horizontal and the vertical datums as part of the National Spatial Reference System (NSRS) and the work being done for the establishment of new Florida State Plane Coordinate Zones. FSMS/SAM, LLC Newbie
Anthony PuzzoI Didn't Know i Could That???During this session folks from Esri will discuss a few new trends and examples of how organizations are leveraging the ArcGIS platform in way you may not have thought of before. We'll share some examples highlighting capabilities with open data, machine learning, augmented reality and other forward-leaning technology trends. Esri Geek
Brian Icerman, PEHarnessing the Power of GIS to Plan for Future DevelopmentDowntown Tallahassee is undergoing constant redevelopment, increasing the stress on stormwater infrastructure. The City sought to update the Downtown Stormwater Master Plan, the goals of which include identifying conveyance capacity improvements, facilitating redevelopment, expediting the development-review process, and identifying areas of significant overland flood paths to help developers in establishing flood-resistant building elevations in these areas. Since the City of Tallahassee has invested in GIS datasets for years. The Master Plan update wisely relied heavily on using ArcGIS, not just for data display, but for the most important aspects of the project. Come learn how the City of Tallahassee’s Stormwater staff and Jones Edmunds harnessed the power of GIS to proactively plan for future development. We leveraged GIS for beyond a typical master planning map. Since we used GIS for data creation, development, and as the final story-telling tool, we were able to paint a more vivid picture of the future.Jones Edmunds & Associates, Inc. Geek
Brian R. Garvey, GISP, PEMapping the storm sewer pipes at Universal Studios, Florida, Looking for the Secret Vaults Beneath Gringotts Wizarding Bank and Diagon Alley, A Muggle AdventureAs part of the City of Orlando’s NPDES stormwater mapping project, Southeastern Surveying and Mapping Corporation was tasked with mapping all of the stormwater facilities within the Universal Studios Orlando theme parks. This presentation will present some of the challenges, adventures, and innovative GIS deliverables created in order to figure out what lies beneath the parks in order to create a comprehensive GIS stormwater inventory database.Southeastern Surveying and Mapping Corporation Newbie
Carl DecatorResolution Revolutionthe presentation will cover a brief history of imagery from the 1980's to present; then, introduce a new technology that captures sub 1" imageryEagleView Technology CorpJohn DonovanGeek
Carl DecatorRapid Hurricane ResponseThe presentation will cover Pictometry's post hurricane responses immediately following Hurricanes Irma (2017) and Michael(2018)EagleView Technology CorpGreg Brown, Santa Rosa County Property AppraiserGeek
Catherine Bohn Hurricane Michael - 3d Imagery for Debris Management Pilot StudyHurricane Michael rapidly intensified and made landfall near Mexico Beach on October 10th producing damages and debris across the Florida Panhandle. Obtaining timely and actionable information to make debris management operational decisions has been and continues to be a challenge. This presentation will discuss a pilot effort in Mexico Beach, Port St. Joe, and Marianna to explore the use of three-dimensional imagery to optimize response and recovery activities related to debris management. Rapid analytics were performed on the imagery to determine debris quantity and type; damaged residences with debris brought to the right-of-way for collection, and visualization of areas with dense groupings of different debris types. This information can be used to determine where, when, and what type of debris clearance and collection crews should be dispatched, and in what quantities; if residents are adequately segregating their debris at the right-of-way for efficient collection; should additional outreach of debris staging instructions be disseminated; how much of each type of debris can be expected; and if temporary debris management sites are warranted given the anticipated volumes of debris.Dewberry  Geek
Clinton LunnLand Boundary Information System: An update of the desktop and mobile WebMap Creating a fully customized web mapping application for a client is sure to involve thinking outside of ESRI’s provided functionality box. It is sometimes key to provide a client with lots of custom capabilities that help the product at hand function more effectively. This may include custom layouts and colors, modified widgets, mobile capabilities, etc. In this presentation, I will discuss strategizing, planning, choosing suitable technologies, in order to facilitate building and updating functional maps using the JavaScript API for ArcGIS as I created the next iteration of the LABINS (Land Area Boundary Information System) map. FREAC Newbie
David ThomOperations Dashboard for ArcGIS: An IntroductionAn overview and demo of Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS presented by the Esri team.EsriNoneGuru
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