The Los Angeles County Countywide Address Management System (CAMS) is a system that supports the County’s role in maintaining accurate, authoritative, geospatially referenced, situs (physical) address information for the entire County of Los Angeles including all incorporated Cities within.
The Los Angeles County eGIS Group is hosting an meeting for the incorporated city jurisdictions on December 6th. This meeting is intended to open the lines of dialog regarding “Addressing Authority” roles, responsibilities, and build an addressing partnership for LA County Cities and the countywide address process.
For more information about CAMS, visit the LA County Enterprise GIS website. To register for the meeting click below.
GIS Day 2018 is finally here. I am sure most of us GIS types are going to show off our work this week. Here are a few locations celebrating GIS Day this week:
Los Angeles County
City of Irvine
City of Riverside
Also check out the GIS Day map for a location near you!
If you do not have the cash to attend the GIS-Pro/CalGIS 2018 conference in Palm Springs next week, you can get a free pass to visit the exhibit hall area October 10 or 11. Click here for more details.
If your organization is part of the Los Angeles Region Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LAR-IAC), just a reminder there is a LARIAC5 update meeting tomorrow, September 11, 2018 at 9:30am to 12pm. If you plan on attending, make sure to view the meeting webpage and register here: http://go.eagleview.com/lariac-user-group.html .
Also for your reference, here are some important LAR-IAC webpages you should bookmark:
Main LARIAC Page
LARIAC Products and Samples
LARIAC5 Documents and Downloads
Did you miss a few technical workshops at the 2018 ESRI User Conference? Good news, there are many to watch now on ESRI’s youtube site. Check it out!
The 2018 ESRI User Conference Proceedings are now available online. You can access papers and presentation materials from GIS professionals who shared best practices and case studies at the conference. Check it out!
For those of you that missed the ESRI User Conference last week, you can view the Plenary videos by clicking below.
They should have some of the workshop videos online soon.