GIS for Public Works Seminars Provide Unique Learning Opportunities
Redlands, California―ESRI, Azteca Systems, Topcon Positioning Systems, and Public Works magazine are presenting a series of no-cost public works seminars in 19 U.S. cities during September and October of this year. Seminar attendees will learn how geographic information system (GIS) technology uses a geographic approach to support important business activities such as asset and work order management, mobile data collection, capital improvement planning, 311/call center integration, and work force management and automation.
“This is a great way for public works practitioners to find out how they can utilize the power of GIS in day-to-day operations and long-range planning,” said Chuck Cmeyla, ESRI public works industry solutions manager. “In this forum, they will have a chance to learn from industry leaders and peers and walk away with valuable information they can immediately apply when they get back to the office.”
Public works professionals involved in the management, design, and maintenance of infrastructure, as well as GIS professionals who support them, are encouraged to attend. The content of the seminars will interest staff from many divisions including roads and streets, parks and grounds, traffic, fleet management, engineering, and water and wastewater. Seminar attendees will
Learn how to reduce costs, improve service, and manage assets more effectively.
Hear about successful implementations.
Discover how to keep a pulse on operations with executive dashboards.
Get familiar with new solutions.
Gain insight into GIS technology.
The seminar locations are Anaheim, California; Atlanta, Georgia; Baltimore, Maryland; Boston, Massachusetts; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Detroit, Michigan; Hartford, Connecticut; Houston, Texas; Kansas City, Missouri; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Newark, New Jersey; Orlando, Florida; Phoenix, Arizona; Portland, Oregon; Raleigh, North Carolina; Sacramento, California; and Seattle, Washington. For more information on this event, visit http://www.esri.com/pwseminar.
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