The 2019 ESRI User Conference Technical Workshops are now available online for you to view. If you missed a workshop or two during the conference, you might be able to view it if it is available. Check it out here!
The 2019 ESRI User Conference Proceedings are now available for you to view and download papers from user presentations and slides from technical workshops. Check it out here!
Take advantage of this free NG9-1-1 workshop. Topics include:
- What is the role of Public Safety in NG9-1-1?
- What is the role of GIS in NG9-1-1?
- What is Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1?)
- How 911 location information, validation, and routing is determined (MSAG, ALI, LDB, LVF, ECRF, and other alphabet soups)?
- What is the rush… Where is the fire?
The workshop is for:
- 9-1-1 Center and PSAP Personnel
- Regional & State 9-1-1 Coordinators, MSAG Coordinators
- GIS Managers, GIS Data Stewards, Addressing Authorities
- Anyone who may benefit from a discussion regarding 9-1-1, GIS, and their roles in Next Gen 9-1-1
The workshop will be held September 24, 2019 from 10am to 2:30pm at 333 Olympic Drive, Santa Monica. Lunch will be provided. Park in the Civic Parking Structure on the corner of 4th & Olympic.
To RSVP, visit http://bit.ly/SantaMonicaScissors .
What is HIPAA compliant geocoding? Read this executive brief on safe and secure geocoding for protected health information.
You fly a drone? Then you must be familiar with LAANC, the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability. It provides drone pilots with access to controlled airspace at or below 400 feet. Included is an FAA web app that provides near real-time authorization to conduct drone flights in controlled airspace. Drone pilots can use it to easily locate LAANC enabled airports, understand the airspace classification, determine the latitude/longitude of the proposed flight location, and view altitude restriction grids. Apps such as FAADroneZone, AirMap, Aeronyde, Converge, Kittyhawk, Skyward, and UASidekick will provide the map and the ability to acquire LAANC authorizations.
The web map is also available to the public. Check it out!
Looking for a GIS class this Fall 2019? Here are some local colleges that are offering GIS classes:
Cal Poly Pomona – GIS (GEO 2400/2400L), GIS Programming (GEO 3220/3220L)
CSU Dominguez Hills – GIS (GEO 415)
CSU Fullerton – Intro to GIS (GEOG 481), GIS Principles and Apps (GEOG 485), Map Making with GIS (GEOG 281)
CSU Long Beach – Intro to Digital Cartography (GEOG 380), Enterprise GIS (GEOG 484)
CSU Los Angeles – Intro to Geospatial Sciences (GEOG 2680), Fundamentals of GIS (GEOG 3690), Spatial Analysis and GIS Modeling (GEOG 4690)
CSU Northridge – Intro to GIS (GEOG 206/206L), Intermediate GIS (GEOG 306/306L), Advanced GIS (GEOG 406/406L), GIS Project Management (GEOG 408C/408CL)
CSU San Bernardino – Intro to GIS and Cartography (GEOG 202)
Claremont Graduate University – GIS Essential Concepts (IST 370)
Cypress College – Intro to GIS (GEOG 230C/F), GIS Spatial Analysis (GEOG 231C)
East Los Angeles College – Intro to GIS (GIS 025)
Loyola Marymount University – Intro to GIS (EVST 1010 or URBN 1010)
Mt. San Jacinto College – Intro to GIS (GEOG 115)
Occidental College – GIS I (GEO 150/150L)
Palomar College – GIS and Spatial Reasoning (GEOG 150)
Pasadena City College – Intro to GIS (GEOG 011), Map Interpretation and Spatial Analysis (GEOG 012), Data Acquisition and Management (GEOG 013)
Pierce College – Intro to GIS (GIS 025), Intermediate GIS Applications (GIS 033)
Pomona College – GIS in Environmental Analysis (EA 101 PO/EA 101 LPO)
Rio Hondo College – Intro to GIS (GIS 120), Intermediate GIS (GIS 220), Environmental GIS (GIS 230), Crime Mapping GIS (GIS 281), Cartography Design and GIS (GIS 221), Geospatial Programming & Web Services (GIS 280)
San Bernardino Valley College – Intro to GIS (GEOG 130)
San Diego Mesa College – GIS and Spatial Reasoning (GISG 104), Intro to Mapping and GIS (GISG 110), Spatial Analysis with GIS (GISG 112)
San Diego State University – GIS and Spatial Reasoning (GEOG 104), GIS Scripting Fundamentals (GEOG 383), Spatial Data Analysis (GEOG 385), GIS (GEOG 484)
Santa Monica College – Intro to GIS (GIS 20), Intermediate GIS (GIS 23), Applications in GIS (GIS 27)
UCLA – Intro to GIS (GEOG 7), Intro to Spatial Statistics (GEOG M171), GIS Programming and Development (GEOG 173), Geographic Data Visualization and Analysis (GEOG 208)
UCLA GIS Extension – Intro to GIS (GEOG XL 7), Intermediate GIS (GEOG XL 168), Advanced GIS (GEOG XL 170)
UCR GIS Extension – Essential GIS Skills (ERT X454.65), Principles of Web GIS Applications (ERT X453.61), GIS Applications Lab (ERT X453.4)
UCSB – Intermediate Geographical Data Analysis (GEOG 172), Intro to GIS and Science (GEOG 176A)
University of Redlands – Fundamentals of GIS (GIS 611)
USC – GIS for Policy, Planning, and Development (PPD 631)
USC Spatial Sciences – Maps and Spatial Reasoning (SSCI 301L), Statistics for the Spatial Sciences (SSCI 381), Spatial Computing (SSCI 580), Spatial Databases (SSCI 582), Spatial Analysis (SSCI 583), Geospatial Technology Project Management (SSCI 585), GIS Programming and Customization (SSCI 586), Web GIS (SSCI 591)
Ventura College – Fundamentals of Mapping and GIS (GIS V22), Intro to Mapping and GIS (GIS M01)
Found this interesting website about a new report examining about how the geography of US employment in manufacturing and other industries has changed over approximately the past 75 years. This report found that “the manufacturing industry has lost ground in many places across the US and is now the largest employer in only two states–Indiana and Wisconsin.”
Check out the interactive visualizations and maps. The first two visualizations allow you to explore shifts in employment and economic output trends from 1940 to 2016 for a variety of industries at both the national and state level. The other three visualizations focus on changes in the manufacturing industry in more recent decades and include data down to the county level. You can also download the full 56-page report. Check it out!