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NetGIS Meeting January 27th 2012

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East Tennessee GIS Meeting

The East Tennessee GIS Forum is now open for Registration.

It’s FREE

It will be held at the Eastman Lodge on October 28th!

Pre-Conference Training on the 26th and 27th – A Discounted ArcGIS Desktop III class (contact rjhale@northrivergeographic for details).

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East Tennessee GIS Meeting October 28 2011

East Tennessee GIS Forum will be October 28th 2011

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Geospatial Revolution Episode 2

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Southern Appalachian Conference on GIS – Sept 2011

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Next Meeting July 30th 2010

Next Meeting for NETGIS will be on July 30th 2010. Mark your calendars.

More information to come!

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NetGIS Meeting – April 30th 2010

Flexible Agenda:
11:00 – 11:05 Welcome
11:05 – 11:10 Secretary/Treasurer’s report – Joyce Pierson – GIS Technician – Dart Oil Company
Treasurer’s Report and Meeting Minutes Stand as Emailed if all agree – If not, discuss and agree.

Minutes from the Last Meeting:
11:10 – 11:15 GIS JOBS – Joyce Pierson – GIS Technician – Dart Oil Company

GIS Jobs from the TNGIC Website
Local Jobs??
11:15 – 11:45 – Title:  TNGIC Conference Update – Joyce Pierson – GIS Technician – Dart Oil Company

TNGIC Board Changes

Activities
General Conference Info
Conference Discussion/Feedback
11:45 – 12:00 Networking Break- Time to allow members to have informal discussions with others.

12:00 – 12:30 Pizza Lunch / Chips / Drinks – $10 to help keep us self-supporting
12:30 – 1:00 ArcServer install at BAE – Russ Davis, GISP – President -Landmark GIS
Russ will be leading a discussion on installing ArcGIS Server at BAE and their experiences.  Russ will also be asking for input from the audience on their similar experiences.

Russ Davis, GISP – President
Landmark GIS
453 Blakley Dr
Kingsport, TN  37664
423 – 863 – 8154
rdavis@landmarkgis.com
S.D.G.

1:00 – 1:15  Networking Break- Time to allow members to have informal discussions with others.
1:15 – 1:45  Continued ArcServer Discussion David Light

NETGIS is working with ESRI to get a workshop on ArcServer on June 11th  here at the Eastman Lodge.  Todd Willems has agreed to coordinate this event with ESRI.
We will be seeking input for workshop and topics.
1:45 – 2:00 Business:  David Light

Upcoming Events
Next NETGIS Meeting – Schedule Date – Friday, July 30th
TNGIC 2011 – April 6-7, 2011 in Gatlinburg, TN

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NetGIS Meeting – February 12, 2010

Flexible Agenda:

  • 11:00 – 11:05 Welcome
  • 11:05 – 11:10 Secretary/Treasurer’s report – Joyce Pierson – GIS Technician – Dart Oil Company
    Treasurer’s Report and Meeting Minutes Stand as Emailed if all agree – If not, discuss and agree.
    New Business:

Minutes from the Last Meeting:

  • 11:10 – 11:15 GIS JOBS – Joyce Pierson – GIS Technician – Dart Oil Company
    GIS Jobs from the TNGIC Website
    Local Jobs??
  • 11:15 – 11:45 – Title: How safe is your neighborhood? Katharine Bennett, GISP, GIS Division, City of Johnson City
    The safety of a neighborhood is an important indicator of the overall economic and social health of a city. City officials are tasked with creating effective methods for measuring criminal activity and the relationships between criminal offenses and aspects of the urban environment such as parks, night clubs, schools, or grocery stores. Neighborhoods vary in character and urban environment and, in some cases, can be perfect hideaways for drug dealers and users. The safety of a neighborhood relies on partnerships and strategies between neighbors and public safety officials, for planning, outreach, and accountability. Safe, attractive, and welcoming neighborhoods make life better for everyone living in them. A network of great neighborhoods makes a community desirable. Neighborhood crime, if left unchallenged, can contribute to community neglect and disintegration. This study will analyze neighborhood crimes reported to Washington County 9-1-1 between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2008 in Johnson City, Tennessee.
    11:45 – 12:00 Networking Break- Time to allow members to have informal discussions with others.
  • 12:00 – 12:30 Pizza Lunch / Chips / Drinks – $10 to help keep us self-supporting
  • 12:30 – 1:00 Open Street Map, Randal Hale, GISP, North River Geographic Systems, Inc
    Open Street Map is a collaborative project to create a free editable map of the world. Users can implement GPS, Aerial Imagery, and GIS data to create an up to date street map of your town or neighborhood. While accuracy is not of the utmost importance, timeliness is as points of interest can be added in under 10 minutes and be available for public viewing. Recently OSM was used in support of rescue operation in Haiti after the earthquake. Most importantly OSM can be used by educators to preach the importance of geography and spatial awareness to students.

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