NMGIC Spring Conference 2024

NMGIC Spring Conference 2024

Workshop: Field Data Collection using ESRI’s Survey123.
Conducted by: AllPoints GIS
When: Thursday, April 25 8:30am – 4:00pm (virtual)

Click to Register for the workshop.

Learn how to create and deploy form-based field surveys using Esri’s Survey123. Survey design is fast and flexible. Crew training is minimal. Imagine the additional capacity and outcomes working with field crews, seasonal workers, students, and the community.

  • Crew training is fast – 15 minutes!
  • Survey data can be collected on or offline
  • Data is automatically uploaded to AGOL when you move into cell or wifi range
  • Great for use in both natural and built environments

Objectives:

  • Quickly capture real-time data and observations in the field
  • Create surveys for form-based data collection
  • Utilize preset lists to speed and standardize naming and attribution
  • Incorporate free-form text descriptions and photos
  • Monitor crews and work progress
  • Explore collected data – locations, attribution, observations and photos

Skill-level and software requirements:

  • For people with 4 or more months of active hands-on experience working with AGOL
  • Participants MUST have an AGOL organizational named user account (required!)
  • Your account must have a “publisher” or “creator role”
  • Contact your GIS Administrator to grant you a publisher or creator role before class
  • You will also need Excel on your computer to develop complex surveys

Need software?

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • A public AGOL account will not work for this class
  • You will not need an ArcGIS Pro for this class
Meeting: NMGIC 40th Anniversary
Venue: Science & Technology Park Auditorium, 800 Bradbury Dr SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106
When: April 26 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Parking: Free parking is available to all meeting attendees in the parking structure located at 801 Bradbury Dr SE. Use code 1934638 to validate parking (scroll to the bottom of the page for instructions on parking validation)

8:30Announcements and Chile Awards
9:00Status of GIO, report from GAC, and a new NM Geospatial website for us all. Natalie Runyan, DoIT OBAE
9:30NMGIC 1984 to 2024 Plenary.
1984 to 1994 – Amy Budge, Mike Inglis
1994 to 2009 – Leland Pierce
2009 to Present – Sandeep Talasila, Daniel Estrada
10:15Break and Celebration Cake!
11:00Automating Census Information of Migratory Birds at NM Wildlife Refuges. Rowan Converse, PhD Candidate at The UNM
11:30NM Mapping Technology: Then, Now and Where Next. Gar Clarke and John Peterson
12:00Lunch
1:00AI in Geospatial Data Production Workflows. Juan Ridout, BHInc.
1:30Using Geospatial Technologies for Archaeological Research, Documentation and Visualization. Rich Friedman
2:00Break
2:15Data Preservation as a Legacy. Denise Bleakly
2:45Geospatial Information Technology in Education. John Beltran, Central New Mexico Community College
3:15Using Photogrammetric data to Preserve the Old Fort Craig, New Mexico. Hannah Wolberg, Student at CNM
3:45Announcements and Door Prizes
4:00Adjourn
NMGIC Spring Meeting Agenda – 2024
Parking Instructions

Parking at the UNM Rotunda parking garage will require a validation code.
How to use the validation code: 1934638
1. Park in any numbered stall
2. Proceed to nearest pay station
3. Enter stall number
4. Select “STP Visitor” from the screen display
5. Enter code number
6. Collect Receipt
There is no need to return to your vehicle to display the receipt. The pay station will track the validation by the stall number.
If you have a problem contact UNM Transportation Services at 505-277-1938.