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Wednesday, June 3
 

8:50am CDT

Day 1 Welcome, Opening Remarks, and Instructions
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Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Erickson

Jeremy Erickson

President, WLIA
avatar for Jason Poser

Jason Poser

Spring Virtual Meeting Chair, WLIA


Wednesday June 3, 2020 8:50am - 9:00am CDT
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9:00am CDT

Workshop 1: Parcel Mapping Differences between ArcMap Parcel Fabric and ArcGIS Parcel Fabric
With the introduction of the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric, the techniques and procedures used to accurately maintain parcels have changed. This workshop shall review the differences between the two approaches, exploring each for limitations and advantages, and demonstrate best practices for efficiently and accurately maintaining parcels in the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric.

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Speakers
avatar for Frank Conkling

Frank Conkling

Owner, Panda Consulting
Frank J. Conkling is the Owner of Panda Consulting, a GIS Professional Services company that has been in existence since 1998. Frank is a recognized authority on GIS and Surveying and Mapping technology, including mapping various types of ownership interest in land.Frank has been... Read More →


Wednesday June 3, 2020 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
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1:00pm CDT

Workshop 2: Solving the GIS Puzzle in NG9-1-1
WI is gearing up for NG9-1-1, and there's a heavy lift around public safety-grade GIS data readiness.
But what exactly does that mean? Is it as simple as having the NENA required layers and a certain schema?

No. Having the required layers and correct schema are just a part of the puzzle. The real challenge with GIS data for NG9-1-1 is not identifying the required layers, but preparing those data layers to support their new function in 9-1-1. Crucial to this process is establishing an order of operations for understanding and identifying data completeness with a goal of achieving data readiness.

This workshop is going to cover the nuts and bolts of GIS data in NG9-1-1. We'll discuss the impacts of GIS on NG9-1-1 and the functions that rely on your data. And then, we're getting in the weeds by discussing the value of validations, identifying GIS anomalies that might interfere with NG9-1-1 functions, and what are the best practices for data remediation.

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Speakers
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Drew Fioranelli

Drew Fioranelli, GISP has over 12 years of experience working on NG9-1-1 and GIS-related projects focused on integrating spatial technologies to support local government public safety response. He is an expert with GIS workflows, the full suite of Esri products, as well as enterprise... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Rollins

Sarah Rollins

Datamark
Sarah Rollins is a Public Safety GIS Expert at DATAMARK. Sarah has worked in GIS over the last 30 years, and has worked with Public Safety for 4 years. She also has 15 years as a technical trainer and training designer. Her areas of expertise include GIS data projects involving assessing... Read More →


Wednesday June 3, 2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
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3:00pm CDT

Day 1 Ending Remarks
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Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Erickson

Jeremy Erickson

President, WLIA
avatar for Jason Poser

Jason Poser

Spring Virtual Meeting Chair, WLIA


Wednesday June 3, 2020 3:00pm - 3:10pm CDT
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Thursday, June 4
 

8:50am CDT

Day 2 Welcome, Opening Remarks, and Instructions
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Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Erickson

Jeremy Erickson

President, WLIA
avatar for Jason Poser

Jason Poser

Spring Virtual Meeting Chair, WLIA


Thursday June 4, 2020 8:50am - 9:00am CDT
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9:00am CDT

Culvert Update from WICDI
The WICDI project aims to establish a Wisconsin Coastal-Management Data Infrastructure. With funding from NOAA, the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program, and the State Cartographer’s Office at UW-Madison, we are combining a mapping community of practice with an innovative digital collaborative environment to improve coastal hazard planning and policy development.

Recently, WICDI Community of Practice members completed a survey ranking close to 200 culvert inventory attributes. Analyzing the results of that survey brings us closer to developing a standardized relational database model for collecting, editing, and sharing culvert data among organizations and across the Lake Superior region (and beyond).

Also speaking, here is a lineup of panelists:
  • Cody Kamrowski, WEM
  • Kyle Magyera, Wisconsin Wetlands
  • Jason Laumann, NWRPC
  • Jeremy Freund, Outagamie County

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Speakers
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Kyle Magyera

Wisconsin Wetlands
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Jeremy Freund

Outagamie County Land Conservation Department
avatar for Melanie Kohls

Melanie Kohls

Outreach & GIS Specialist, UW (WICDI)
https://melanie-n-k.github.io/.">https://melanie-n-k.github.io/.">Melanie Kohls is a recent graduate of the Accelerated Masters Program in GIS & Cartography at the University of Wisconsin. Melanie has been a UW-Madison student since 2012, earning her Bachelor’s in Zoology and Environmental... Read More →


Thursday June 4, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
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10:15am CDT

Laser Scanning and 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Airport Design, Construction and Facilities Management Projects
This presentation will demonstrate the use of high-definition laser scanning to capture detailed building information for 3D building information modeling (BIM).  A sample project for Hartsfield Jackson Airport in Atlanta, Georgia will be used to detail the procedures for collecting and processing terrestrial LiDAR and high-resolution imagery within the small confines of existing airport infrastructure.

In this presentation, we will explore the challenges of collecting simultaneous LiDAR and imagery in a vertical structural environment. Access to security areas, ceiling panel removal, and de-energizing of the airport’s people mover equipment are a few examples of the challenging logistics of this project.

The presentation will conclude with an exploration of how the LiDAR data and imagery were used to create an accurate building information model that is currently being used for airport design, construction, and integration into their facilities management program.

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Speakers
avatar for Richard Wohler

Richard Wohler

GPI Geospatial, Inc.
Richard Wohler was born in Shawano, WI in 1959. He received a B.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison in 1981. His degree was in Geography with an emphasis on Cartography. He joined Air Photo Tech in Anchorage, AK as a CADD/Cartographic Technician in 1982. In 1987, he... Read More →


Thursday June 4, 2020 10:15am - 11:15am CDT
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11:30am CDT

Edge Computing and the Human Sensor
In March 2019 the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency slapped a historic $7 million penalty on the Water Gremlin company; for releasing excessive amounts of carcinogenic industrial solvents into the air. For 17 years, surrounding neighborhoods were unknowingly exposed to a toxic airborne substance at levels 12 times higher than considered safe. With air quality sensors now relatively common in highly urbanized areas; how could this go unnoticed for so long?

Nearly 2.5 billion people globally have Internet-connected phones. The computational capabilities of these devices render them extremely effective at real-time edge computing; by communicating directly with nearby sensors and performing onboard data analysis.

In this talk we’ll discuss an approach whereby human sensors collect discrete observations with the Fulcrum field data collection app. Simultaneously, the device communicates with nearby sensors; Flow by Plume Labs measuring air quality, SensorLog measuring sound pollution and Campbell Scientific devices monitoring transportation infrastructure. Analytics are performed on the device, combing human observations and raw sensor data into immediately actionable insights.

We’ll show how this approach is applied using three real-world scenarios; smart cities and healthy environments, transportation infrastructure and mining operations. We’ll demonstrate the value of context-driven data collection and situational human judgement which cannot (as of yet) be replaced. We will wrap up our discussion with a few thoughts on TensorFlow Lite, an open source deep learning framework for on-device inference.

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Speakers
avatar for Paul Wickman

Paul Wickman

Technology Director, RESPEC
Technologist who needs tangible, real-world evidence demonstrating the results of my work. I develop software products and computational modeling systems for Earth Analytics engineering consulting; currently Director of Applied Technology at RESPEC.


Thursday June 4, 2020 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
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12:55pm CDT

Virtual Lunch
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Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Erickson

Jeremy Erickson

President, WLIA
avatar for Jason Poser

Jason Poser

Spring Virtual Meeting Chair, WLIA


Thursday June 4, 2020 12:55pm - 1:15pm CDT
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1:15pm CDT

Virtual Map Gallery
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Speakers
avatar for Colter Sikora

Colter Sikora

Broadband Mapping Coordinator, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin


Thursday June 4, 2020 1:15pm - 1:30pm CDT
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1:30pm CDT

ArcGIS Pro Parcel Fabric: Migration Considerations
Join us for a presentation on ArcGIS Pro Parcel Fabric and migration considerations for getting your fabric into Pro! Learning directly from Esri, this session will be a great source of information and is sure to provide some amazing tips and tricks!

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Speakers

Thursday June 4, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
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2:45pm CDT

Local Redistricting Software Training
WISE-LR is a web application developed by the LTSB specifically for the state statutes of Wisconsin and local redistricting laws in 2021. WISE-LR will allow local officials, or their delegates, to create, analyze, and share county supervisory plans, ward plans, and aldermanic plans with accurate demographic data.

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Speakers
avatar for Ryan Squires

Ryan Squires

GIS Applications Developer, LTSB
Local Redistricting and Statewide Data Collection


Thursday June 4, 2020 2:45pm - 3:45pm CDT
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3:45pm CDT

Day 2 Ending Remarks
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Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Erickson

Jeremy Erickson

President, WLIA
avatar for Jason Poser

Jason Poser

Spring Virtual Meeting Chair, WLIA


Thursday June 4, 2020 3:45pm - 4:00pm CDT
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4:15pm CDT

Virtual Happy Hour
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Access Code: 860-680-709

Speakers
avatar for Frank Conkling

Frank Conkling

Owner, Panda Consulting
Frank J. Conkling is the Owner of Panda Consulting, a GIS Professional Services company that has been in existence since 1998. Frank is a recognized authority on GIS and Surveying and Mapping technology, including mapping various types of ownership interest in land.Frank has been... Read More →


Thursday June 4, 2020 4:15pm - 6:50pm CDT
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7:00pm CDT

Virtual Social Event - Trivia!
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Thursday June 4, 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm CDT
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Friday, June 5
 

9:00am CDT

MUGG - Special Interest Group
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Join the Municipal Users GIS Group (MUGG) in a virtual meeting during the WLIA Spring meeting. Please join in and we welcome you to bring up a topic of interest to you. Let us know what you are working on, have you done anything for COVID19, Open for Business, Restore Wisconsin, supporting your community efforts, etc. Also, are you using ArcGIS Pro yet? If so, what projects have you worked on? Any other new software from Esri that you are using? Any challenges encountered with working from home? Let us know what is happening in your part of the State.

Speakers

Friday June 5, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
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10:15am CDT

SAGIC Meeting
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Speakers

Friday June 5, 2020 10:15am - 11:15am CDT
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11:30am CDT

Women in GIS - Special Interest Group
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Wisconsin WiGIS-WI was started in 2015 by Kelly Felton and Jennifer Borlick after they attended a Women in GIS Special Interest Group lunch at the 2015 Esri User Conference. Since then, they have led special interest groups at WLIA regional meetings and annual conferences, as well as the Esri Wisconsin User Group. WiGIS-WI has social media presence on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter; a Google Group; and a blog.

Join Kelly, Jennifer and special guest Cory Richter from the Minnesota GIS/LIS Equity Advocates Workgroup (EA) for a discussion about the current Women in GIS - Wisconsin group and where to take it into the future. We will look at the EA mission statement and goals, the history and results of a recent salary survey and the potential for collaboration.

As always, WiGIS-WI is looking for volunteers. If you would like to contribute in any way, please let Kelly and Jennifer know.

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Borlick

Jennifer Borlick

Jennifer Borlick (Jennifer.Borlick@co.rock.wi.us) is the GIS Manager for Rock County, Planning Economic and Community Development and is a long term member and former Board Member of WLIA. She is a graduate of UW-Madison and has been working in the GIS field since 2000. She is a passion in racial and gender equity endeavors, includ... Read More →
avatar for Kelly Felton

Kelly Felton

Cartographer, Sauk County
Kelly Felton (kelly.felton@saukcountywi.gov) is the GIS Specialist/LIO for Sauk County Land Information/GIS. She is a graduate of UW-Whitewater, and began her career with Sauk County after graduation in 1996. She has been a member of WLIA for over 24 years. She is a former Board Member, former WLIA President, along with s... Read More →
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Cory Richter

Cory Richter (crichter@blainemn.gov) is the GIS Coordinator for the City of Blaine. A graduate of Michigan State University, she began working as a geotechnical technician for Golder Associates in 2000. She took her experience in the field and laboratory and continued her education at Saint Paul College in the Geomatics & M... Read More →


Friday June 5, 2020 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
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1:30pm CDT

WLIA Board Meeting
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Speakers

Friday June 5, 2020 1:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
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