NMGIC Fall Conference 2022

NMGIC Fall Conference 2022

October 27 & 28, 2022

UNM Science & Technology Park – The Rotunda
801 University Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

Parking Information: Free parking is available to all meeting attendees in the parking structure located at 801 Bradbury Dr SE. Use code 1932137 to validate parking.

Agenda

Thursday, October 27. 9:00am – 12:00pm
Location: 5640 Venice Ave, Albuquerque, NM 87113

Vectors will be demonstrating the WingtraOne drone with a Sony Rx1RII payload. A flight will take place in a field within walking distance of the Vectors office, weather permitting, so dress accordingly. After the flight, workflow and post-processing will be presented back at the Vectors office. Post processing will be done ahead of time to save presentation time using Pix4D. 

9:00Workshop begins at Vectors, Inc. Office. Preamble leading up to field demonstration.
10:00Field demonstration of drone flight
10:30Return to office to discuss events, Presentation
11:30Conclude presentation of drone flight/processing
12:00Lunch (provided) / Conclusion of workshop

The workshop will be limited to the first 15 participants so sign up soon by emailing Gordon Miller gordonm304@yahoo.com.

Friday, October 28

8:00Registration
8:45Announcements
9:00USGS 3D Elevation Program. Carol Lydic, US Geological Survey
9:30Using Juniper Systems’ Uinta Field Data Collection Software for Disaster Mitigation & Mapping. Zach Edwards, AllTerra Central, Inc.
10:00Responding to Fires as a Geographic Information Systems Specialist (GISS) on a Type One Incident Management Team. Rick Crawford, US Forest Service
10:30Break
10:45After the Fire: Teaming up with ArcGIS Hub and Web-mapping for Post-fire Response and Recovery. Joseph P. Zebrowski, Dana Heusinkveld, Anna Russell & Liz Hitzfelder, NM Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, New Mexico Highlands University
11:15Where Matters: Geospatial Tools to the Rescue. Amber Knapp & Kendall Ryan, Esri
11:45Whole Community Disaster Mapping: Simtable and Realtime Earth use in Disaster Resilient Communities. Stephen Guerin
12:15Lunch
1:15Flood response mapping for 2019 Midwest Floods. Kasey Brown & Arron Lee, Merrick & Company
1:45Using ArcGIS and Python to Provide Real-Time Location Awareness during COVID-19. Edward Conrad, NMDOT GIS Support Unit
2:15Break
2:30Community use of GIS during the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire. Katherine Ottmers, Quivira Coalition
3:00Towards Automated/Semi-Automated Extraction of Surficial Faults from LiDAR Data. Dr. Paul Pope, PhD, Los Alamos National Laboratory
3:30Announcements & Door Prizes
4:00Adjourn