Mobile GIS In Your Pocket -- Philip Hanley, GISP, ERGIS
OKSCAUG: Membership Has Its Privileges -- Shellie Willoughby, GISP, Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information / Oklahoma Conservation Commission and Vice President of OKSCAUG and Charles E. Brady III, GISP, City of Ardmore, and President of OKSCAUG
On-Line Web Applications of GIS -- Janie Goddard, Cherokee Nation Geodata Center
Using ArcGIS Online to Extend Your Company’s Reach -- Meredith Reeder, GISP, Willbros
US Topo: The New Generation of Topographic Maps -- Darryl S. Williams, USGS Geospatial Liaison for Oklahoma , U.S. Geological Survey, South Central Area
Philip Hanley, GISP, ERGIS
Abstract:Mobile GIS has gone from the professional level and expensive field data collectors to simple easy to use applications that you can place on your Smartphone. Several application developers have now come out with free or very inexpensive applications that allow the user to bring in maps and aerial imagery on your device and they in turn can be used in a verity of ways. You can now not only use maps and imagery as a base map but also collect data in the form of geographical location points, collect information about what is at those points and even take photographs that are geo-tagged so the user can publishing desktop maps and reports. This collected information can also be sent out to social media sites as well as your office or place of work and home.
These Mobile GIS applications have allowed everyone to become a mobile GIS data collector and empowered us to be better informed and help improve our world. There is an endless use for the types of information that all of us can now collect in a format that can help us to describe the who, what, when, where and even how, all in your pocket. This presentation will include a live demonstration and hands on help to allow participants to load a map with data collection tools on to their Smartphone’s, then go out on a geo-scavenger hunter. Each participant that wishes to take part in our geo-scavenger hunt will load their maps onto their Smartphone, then go out of the building and find each item listed in the scavenger hunt. Those who are successful in finding each of these items and collecting the specified data will be eligible for prizes.
Presenter Bio: Philip Hanley, GISP
Philip Hanley is both a GISP and professional environmental consultant. He currently owns and operates a consulting firm called ERGIS. As a GIS Professional, Mr. Hanley has over 12 years of experience in various aspects of cadastral land surveying, GPS surveying, Digital Terrain Modeling, LIDAR and all forms of remote sensing and Multispectral-Hyperspectral analysis. His survey experience also includes near shore bathymetric and hydrographic data collection along with water quality and benthic analysis. He has been involved at all levels of surveying for environmental resource management to private industry and institutional as well as state and federal governmental projects. He is a research partner with Oklahoma State University and The Nature Conservancy as well as Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in the use of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing. His other research projects include the University of North Dakota in the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in remote sensing and natural resource management.
As an Environmental consultant he is a professional wetland scientist and certified in wetland construction and restoration, environmental regulation and policies. He has worked extensively with state, county, municipal and private projects on environmental compliance and permitting. He also is recognized by US Fish & Wildlife Service for his surveys and work on the Texas coast for various Section Seven endangered species, including the Piping Plover and sea turtles. He has been a volunteer and contributor to the ARK (Animal Rehabilitation Keep) in Port Aransas Texas.
Mike Sharp, Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information
Abstract: The OK Geographic Information Council has been the leading authority in the state of Oklahoma regarding GIS activities since its inception in 1994 as created by Senate Bill 722. Since that time it has grown from 11 entities to the current 19 state & local agencies represented now. During that time the OK GI Council has been the leading authority on Geographic Information within the state by helping establish the Office of Geographic Information for Oklahoma, spearheading countless data development workgroups, & coordinating a nationally recognized GIS Day at the state capitol which continues to grow every year. The presentation will focus on how the Council was created, present activities and future goals of the organization.
Presenter Bio: Mike Sharp
Mike Sharp serves as the Acting State Geographic Information Coordinator for the Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information and chairs the State Geographic Information Council. He also serves as the Director of Information Technology for the Oklahoma Conservation Commission. In addition Mike serves as the Assistant Director of the Abandoned Mine Land Program, a position he has held since he came to work for the Conservation Commission in 1991. From 1987 to 1991 he served four years as the Secretary to the Commissioners of the Land Office. Since 1994 he has been an instructor of various GPS, CAD and GIS related courses for the Office of Surface Mining, US Department of Interior and is a member of their CAD Team. He presently serves on the Office of Surface Mining’s National Technical Innovation and Professional Services Committee and the National Coal Mining Geospatial Committee.
Shellie Willoughby, GISP, Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information / Oklahoma Conservation Commission and Vice President of OKSCAUG
Charles E. Brady III, GISP, City of Ardmore, and President of OKSCAUG
Abstract: OKSCAUG is the Oklahoma State Chapter of the South Central Arc Users Group which encompasses Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, & Mississippi. The Oklahoma chapter is one of the fastest growing chapters in the region. The entire region of four states also corresponds to the San Antonio Esri Regional Office that directly mirrors our region. SCAUG’s unique position with Esri has & continues to provide the users of Esri software a broad development base with direct access to Esri resources that exist nowhere else. The presentation will focus on the benefits of being a member of SCAUG, how to become involved in the organization and upcoming activities in Oklahoma.
Presenter Bios: ShellieWilloughby, GISP
Shellie Willoughby is the current Vice President for SCAUG. Shellie is the GIS Specialist for the Oklahoma Conservation Commission for which she has worked for the past 12years. She also serves as the Assistant State Geographic Information Coordinator for the Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information. While working for the Oklahoma Conservation Commission she has been involved in the coordination efforts of the Oklahoma GI Council, the Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information and has coordinated the nationally recognized GIS Day at Capitol for the past 8 years. She has a Bachelor and Masters of Science degree in Geography from Oklahoma State University.
As a member of SCAUG for 11 years Shellie has served on the SCAUG Board in various positions for the past 6 years as well as held multiple positions in the Oklahoma Chapter of SCAUG. Shellie loves to travel with her family and has been to 42 of the 50 states. Shellie resides in Guthrie, OK with the two favorite men in her life, her husband and little boy.
Charles E. Brady III, GISP
Charles Brady III is the current Regional President of SCAUG and has been involved with the organization for over 10 years. Charles worked for the Garvin County Assessors Office & Carroll Land Surveying while attending college at East Central University. He graduated from East Central University with a bachelor degree in Cartography in 1999 and has worked for the City of Ardmore as the G.I.S. Coordinator since 2000. During this time Charles has served on both the Oklahoma Chapter SCAUG Steering Committee & the Regional Board of SCAUG in various positions. Charles & his wife of 11 years Penni have 2 children, a 7 year old son Charles IV & a 4 year old daughter Calin.
Janie Goddard, Cherokee Nation Geodata Center
Abstract: ArcGIS has on-line Web mapping applications for different industry and government uses. This presentation will look at a number of dynamic GIS web maps of Cherokee Nation, Tulsa crime, Tulsa meth labs, wildlife sighting collections, and demographic data.
Presenter Bio: Janie Goddard
Janie has an AAS from TCC in Web Developing. I am currently working on my Certificate in GIS at TCC. I have been a main frame On-line programmer for 28 years. I have been a GIS Applications Developer for a year now.
Meredith Reeder, GISP, Willbros
Abstract: ArcGIS Onlineis a cloud-based geospatial content management system for storing and managing maps, data, and other geospatial information. With ArcGIS Online you can create, access, manage and share your content. Willbros is currently using ArcGIS Online to port projects to the iPad. We will look at the steps to get your project from your desktop to an iPad or other mobile device. As well as, what is coming in the future with ArcGIS Online.
Presenter Bio: Meredith Reeder, GISP
Ms. Reeder is the GIS Coordinator for Willbros Engineering Inc., with over 30 years of experience in mapping and GIS work. Her farsighted approach to technology has kept her in tune with the rapid changes in software and equipment. This attention to detail and forward thinking has kept her in leadership positions throughouther career. She has taught GIS classes at TCC since 1997. Her current duties include overseeing the development of projects, as well as overseeing the GIS staff and coordinating efforts between remote offices. Initiating feasibility studies for bids. Analyzing routes to see where modifications need to be made for increased the ease of construction. Creation of route books for use in the field for both field reconnaissance and discussions with clients.
Darryl S. Williams, USGS Geospatial Liaison for Oklahoma , U.S. Geological Survey, South Central Area
Abstract:The US Topo is the new generation of digital topographic maps from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Arranged in the traditional 7.5-minute quadrangle format, digital US Topo maps look and feel like the traditional paper topographic maps. However, US Topo maps provide modern technical advantages that support wider and faster public distribution and enable basic, on-screen geographic analysis.
US Topo maps are available free on the Web through the USGS Store. Each map quadrangle is constructed in PDF format with geospatial extensions (GeoPDF®) format from key layers of geographic data: orthoimagery, roads, geographic names, contours and hydrographic features, found in The National Map. The National Map is a nationwide collection of integrated geospatial data from local, State, Federal, and other sources. As the US Topo product evolves, the USGS will incorporate additional data layers from The National Map.
Presenter Bio: Darryl S. Williams
Darryl Williams is a Cartographer with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), South Central Area, and is located at the USGS Oklahoma Water Science Center in Oklahoma City, OK. Darryl has been with the USGS for 33 years and during his years of service he has held a variety of programmatic and production related jobs in mapping and geospatial data program activities.
During the past five years, Darryl has worked as a member of the USGS Geospatial Liaisons nationwide network as the USGS Geospatial Liaison for Oklahoma. Darryl served at different times of his career as the USGS Liaison for the States of Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. Darryl has a BS degree in Mathematics from Langston University in Langston, OK.