THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 2016
140 North Street Buffalo, NY 14201 | map
5:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Happy Hour Specials (Cash Bar)
Come join the GIS community for some holiday cheer!
Registered ESRI GIS Day Event, gisday.com
1-5 pm, The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo, New York 14208 | map
5-8 pm, Ulrich’s Tavern, 674 Ellicott St, Buffalo, NY 14203 | map
Get your tickets here: http://bpt.me/2697694
Mark Scott & Jason Sealy, ESRI
Esri Web GIS Overview: ArcGIS Desktop, Pro, Apps, and what to expect at 10.5
Patrick Kemble, NYSDOT & Kevin Hunt, NYS ITS
GIS and Local Highway Construction
Bill Trask, Fisher Associates
Speaking the Language of Coordinate Systems: From Field to Feature Class
Using GIS to Address Taboo Topics – Politics and Religion
USS Little Rock @ Canalside Naval Park
5:30 – 11:00 PM
Access to the USS Little Rock
Rain or Shine Event (Canopy Above)
Tickets also INCLUDE a variety of appetizers, drinks, (beer, wine, pop) and music.
Purchase Tickets Here
The Western New York GIS Users Group would like to invite you to the USS Little Rock for a fun evening of conversation, food, and drink. Situated directly next to Canalside, the USS Little Rock provides sweeping views of the Buffalo River, Lake Erie, and the thriving waterfront area of the City of Buffalo. Being the only guided missile cruiser on display in the U.S., it’s a perfect opportunity to explore the deck with friends & family.
The event is open to all. If you want to learn more about the WNY GIS Users Group, GIS/mapping, technology, or just want to have a great time, this is the place to be.
The USS Little Rock is a Cleveland class cruiser in operation from 1945 until 1976. It is the sole survivor of the Cleveland class of warships. The ship is 610 feet long and has a displacement of 10,670 tons. It’s the only guided missile cruiser on display in the U.S. A new USS Little Rock will be commissioned alongside the old Little Rock at canal side later this year!
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Main Court Building, Room C104 438 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14202
Matt Balling – Integrating snowfall forecasting data into the Incident Command System Situation Unit of NYSDOT during severe winter weather events.
MJ Engineering & Surveying
Mike Koterba and Mike Pianka – How GIS and mobile 3D LiDAR scanning are being used in conjunction to revolutionize the capture of 3D data in a process known as “Mobile Mapping”.
NYS GIS Program Office
Robert E. Gehrer – Centralizing Data Outreach for the Statewide Parcel Map Program.
UB Regional Institute
Brian Conley will be presenting on Envision Tomorrow software with ArcGIS.
Rochester Institute of Technology
J. Scott Hawker – Using GIS for optimized shipping (impacts to CO2/ No2/ Time).