Presented by GIS Colorado
Training Part 1: Mobile Data Collection: Past Present and Future
Trainer: David Siddle, Frontier Precision
Date and Time: May 2, 2019 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Training Part 2: Closing The Field Communication Gap: AR Hands-on Workshop
Trainer: Brian Collison, Argis Solutions
Date and Time: May 2, 2019 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: Claremont Inn and Winery, 800 Claremont St, Stratton, CO 80836
Cost: $70 for members, $95 for non-members
The morning session will include traditional GPS/GNSS workflows as a lecture/instructional session followed by cloud based workflows and “shiny new objects” (handheld LiDAR, for example). One-on-one Q&A and/or troubleshooting specific issues and equipment will be included. Bring your own equipment, issues, questions, and ideas to share!
The afternoon session will tackle the challenge of sharing GIS data with contractors and other organizations when in the field by using Augmented Reality as a communication tool. Learn how to use the Argis Lens with an ArcGIS online account and the benefit of having field stakeholders instantly on the same page. Argis Solutions will provide tablets and GPS for the class to work in groups, but if you want to bring your own please let us know so your access can be set up ahead of time.
Recommended : iPads 2017 iOS devices with AX9+ chipsets, Bluetooth GPS. A demo AGOL rest point will also be provided.
The classes dovetail in many areas so a full day of hands-on, practical data collection and communication for today and for the future is in the works. You don’t want to miss this one!
Augmented Reality seems like something for science fiction, but in reality companies in different industries are finding it invaluable on the job site for quality assurance, communication internally with job crews and externally with third-parties such as contractors or other utility liaisons.
React Native is a pretty popular framework for developing mobile applications and has use cases in BIG companies like Facebook. Get an introduction to React Native and find out how any development team can take advantage of this robust solution in their next mobile project.
Computer vision is an interdisciplinary field that deals with how computers can be made to gain high-level understanding from digital images or videos. Learn more about how this innovation is improving projects in diverse industries.
This will be a 40-minute online presentation with time for Q&A at the end.
Join Brian Collison as he gives an overview of the changes included in the law, how tier two members can ease their transition to tier one and how this will affect home rule cities such as Denver or Colorado Springs. This talk will be of special interest for anyone who works with right of ways in the state of Colorado.
See the Argis Lens for yourself at the Fall 2018 NoCo GIS Professionals Meeting, Wednesday, October 17 at 5:30 pm where Brian Collison will be demoing it live.
605 South Mason Street
Fort Collins, CO
GITA Webinar Part 2 - Disruptive Tech in GIS: What’s science and what’s fiction?
Geospatial data has developed immensely over the last 20 years, but it has always been about communicating location and information. In our lifetimes we have seen the movement of GIS data moving from being confined to personal computers, to being shared on the web. Now, anyone can look at a map on their handheld phones. Where is this new mobile technology taking us?
This is a free event, but participants must register.