Damage Prevention, a Shared Responsibility

Please join us for our June Program at Sunnyside Lodge in Black Creek Park. Chris Flaherty, from Dig Safely New York, will discuss “Damage Prevention, a Shared Responsibility”. A picnic lunch from Texas Bar-B-Q Joint in Spencerport will be served following the presentation. 

When:  Tuesday, June 21st, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Where: Black Creek Park – Sunnyside Lodge

              3835 Union Street

              North Chili, NY 14514 

Cost:    $5 (Pay at door)

Lunch: Texas Bar-B-Q

Registration: http://tinyurl.com/GISSIGJuneProgram2016

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Location Analytics with ArcGIS Online: Bringing GIS capabilities to the non-GIS crowd

GIS/SIG  December Program


When:
Thursday  December 10, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EST

Where:
Pittsford Library
24 State Street
Pittsford, NY 14534

Cost:
$5 Payable at the door

Registration:Registration Link

Location Analytics with ArcGIS Online: Bringing GIS capabilities to the non-GIS crowd
Presented by Peter Rothfuss – Founder and CEO of the Rothfuss Group, LLC

Business analytics has now become pervasive in most large public and private sector organizations worldwide. These analytic systems basically turn an organization’s data into actionable information by discovering and illustrating patterns, trends and relationships in tabular business data. Typical output is in the form of statistical reports that summarize tabular data, often displayed as graphs and charts.
Location Analytics (LA) extends these systems with thematic mapping and spatial analysis capabilities, making it easy to put data on a map and uncover trends and patterns that are invisible with tables, charts, and graphs alone. For example, Esri Maps for Office, a feature of ArcGIS Online for Organizations (AGOL), delivers complete location analytics functionality to Microsoft Office users, allowing business intelligence analysts, account managers, marketing professionals, operations supervisors, and other knowledge workers to get more out of their data without leaving the business systems they use every day.
GIS professionals are in a unique position to help these non-GIS users start to use location and geography to make better organizational decisions. This presentation will introduce the LA capabilities found in Esri Maps for Office and the AGOL platform and discuss ways that GIS professionals may support and grow this new community, as well as how to better integrate their existing enterprise GIS assets with LA tools to maximize the organizational benefits.

Developing the Monroe County Crash Map

GIS/SIG  September Program


When:
Wednesday September 30, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT

Where:
Kate Gleason Auditorium at the Central Library in Rochester, NY.
The Kate Gleason Auditorium is in the new building on the east side of South Ave.  The location is accessible by bus, foot and bicycle.  Car parking is available at the South Ave Garage, which is connected to the library.   Parking costs $2.00 for the first two hours.

Cost:
The presentation is free and open to the public.  We ask for a $5.00 contribution (payable at the door) if you plan to stay for the provided lunch.

Registration:Registration Link

Developing the Monroe County Crash Map
Presented by Michael Governale, President of Reconnect Rochester, and Nicholas Livadas, Founder of Livadas Consulting.

Between 2010-2014 there were 22,389 car crashes in Monroe County, NY which resulted in at least one injury or fatality. The volunteers at Reconnect Rochester developed a way to filter and map this data provided by the New York State Dept. of Transportation. The Monroe County Crash Map they created allows users to interact with each crash and discover the deadliest segments of local roadways.

Search and Rescue Use of Maps

GIS/SIG  June Program

When:
Tuesday June 16, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM EDT

Location: Braddock Bay Park Pavilion (Town of Greece)
199 E Manitou Rd
Hilton, NY 14468
Food: Lunch from Dinosaur Bar-B-Que will be served following the presentation

Cost: $5 payable at the door

Registration:

“Search and Rescue Use of Maps”
Seth Irwin, President / Field Operations Officer of Massasauga SAR Team

Exploring Census Data Tools

GIS/SIG  December Program


When:
Wednesday December 16, 2014 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM EDT

Where:
Pittsford Community Library
24 State Street
Pittsford, NY 14534

Cost:
$5.00 collected at the door to help with the cost of lunch.

Registration:

Exploring Census Data Tools
Razy Kased Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council

Please join us for our December Program at the Pittsford Library. Razy Kased, Planner for Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council, will be presenting on exploring native data tools produced by the Census Bureau and providing an insight to accessible Census data to compliment the users work process.  Lunch will be served following the presentation.

Link to the Presentation