SoCalGIS Meeting This Friday

Just a reminder that our SoCalGIS meeting will be this Friday, April 7th, from 10am to 12:30pm at Rio Hondo College in Whittier.  You will learn more about GIS at Rio Hondo College and expect a drone demo and demo of data processing tools!

Please register for the meeting here:

Parking is free in Lot A nearest to the footbridge crossing to the Career Technology building.  Directions will be emailed to you as well as the agenda and parking pass.  Make sure you register!

Here is a map of the campus.  Rio Hondo College, 3600 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, CA, 90601.

Tentative Agenda:

  • Welcome
  • 1Spatial – Demonstration of 1Integrate product
  • NorthSouth GIS – Demonstration of Enesgy product
  • Rio Hondo College GIS – Drone demonstration including workflow and processing using Pix4D

Any questions, contact Warren Roberts.

SoCalGIS Meeting Agenda

Here is our agenda for our next SoCalGIS Meeting on September 16th next week:

11:30 – 12:10 Lunch/Meet & Greet
12:10 – 12:20 Welcome
12:20 – 1:45 Presentations
1:45 – 2:00 Wrap Up


1) 3D Geospatial Building Modeling and New 3D Streaming Maps Services, Kevin DeVito, CyberCity 3D, Inc.
2) Using Collector for ArcGIS in the Arroyo Seco, Chandler Sterling, City of Pasadena
3) Using NASA Web World Wind to Predict Wildfire Behavior, Bruce Schubert, Emxsys

PLEASE RSVP if you plan on attending.  We need a head count for lunch!  Thanks. -mike

SoCalGIS Meeting September 16th

Well, it has been a while since our last meeting.  I think it’s time for one!

Our next SoCalGIS meeting will be hosted by CyberCity 3D.  They will be demonstrating their state-of-the-art 3D Geospatial Building Modeling and new 3D Streaming Maps services.  Check out their new website .

Lunch will be provided!  So come early and network during lunch before our meeting presentations.  Here is the agenda.

SoCalGIS Meeting September 16th
11:30am to about 2pm
Round Table Pizza
4330 Redondo Beach Blvd., Torrance

The meeting room is in the back of the restaurant.  Plenty of free parking and I believe there will be wifi available too.

If you plan on attending, please RSVP to me so I can get a head count.

Also, I am looking for others to present their work on anything GIS.  It would be nice to see what other cities or the county are doing.  Just let me know if you are interested in presenting.  Thanks!  -mike

LA County Assessor Maps Have Moved

Just an FYI to all City GIS staff in LA County.  If you have GIS applications or data that have links to the LA County Assessor maps, you might find them broken now.  It looks like LA County has moved the links since they updated their Property Assessment Information System application here.

For example, this old PDF link:

has been replaced with this new one:

Burbank has a few apps that are broken now.  I bet you do too!  -mike