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Net GIS Meeting – Intro to ArcGIS Server – June 11th 2010

On June 11th NETGIS will be hosting an introduction to ArcGIS Server Workshop presented by ESRI.
The workshop will be held at the Eastman Lodge, in Kingsport TN.

This complimentary workshop will teach you how to utilize ArcGIS Server and will cover best practices that will help your organization progress in the Web 2.0 environment.

The workshop will cover:

  • A step by step overview of map publishing from ArcGIS Desktop into an ArcGIS Server application
  • Detailed discussion on ArcGIS Server topics including installation and configuration, how to set-up and publish data, and utilization of cached map services
  • How to use available resources from ESRI and the user community for your ArcGIS Server applications

    Tentative Agenda:
    9:00 -11:30 AM     ArcGIS Server Presentation
    11:30 AM -1:00 PM     Lunch (Traditional style NETGIS Pizza, chips, cookies, and drinks — Lunch cost $10.00 per person)
    1-2:30 PM         Follow-up ArcGIS Server topics

    If you plan to attend, please reply to to reserve your seat.

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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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