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Friday, October 12 • 8:30am - 10:00am
GIS for Planning Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) - AICP/CM Approved 1.5

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Data sharing is essential for transportation planning, construction and operations.  GIS is the critical technology platform for sharing and collaborating.  In this session learn how to leverage your GIS to share data across your organization and also how to integrate your GIS with Sharepoint for efficient construction operations.

Holistically Designing Complete Streets
Marshall Ballard, GISP, Senior Transportation Planner /GIS Manager, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) - San Jose, CA
Michal Migurski, Open Source Geospatial Code and Data Person, Remix, San Francisco, CA


LAX Development: Customize a SharePoint GIS to provide Construction Information
Donald Chinery, GISP, GIS Project Manager, Los Angeles World Airports , Los Angeles, CA

Building and Implementing the Business Case for Enterprise Asset Management
James Bates, GISP, Director of Infrastructure Planning and Records, Louisville Water Company, Louisville, KY

Moderator
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Robert Kirkman, GISP

CTO, Planning Communities

Speakers
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Marshall Ballard, GISP

Transportation Informatics Architect, Fehr & Peers
Marshall is an interdisciplinary Geographer, who has diverse experience with Environmental remediation projects, Transit Studies, Community Development projects, Express Lanes studies and implementations, Transportation software development projects, and he has authored public policies... Read More →
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James Bates, GISP

Director of Infrastructure Planning and Records, Louisville Water Company
James Bates is the Director of Infrastructure Planning and Records for the Louisville Water Company in Louisville, Kentucky. As Director, James is responsible for multiple aspects of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), including Infrastructure Planning, Geographic Information Systems... Read More →
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Donald Chinery, GISP

GIS Project Manager, Los Angeles World Airports
Don has worked as a Consultant for Los Angeles World Airports at LAX for 8 years. He works in the Planning and Development Group with the CALM (Coordination and Logistics Management) team. Don has worked in the GIS consulting field for over 15 years and holds a BA from Northwestern... Read More →
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Michal Migurski

Open Source Geospatial Code and Data Person, Remix
Creating new products for city transportation planners at Remix. Long-time builder of open source geospatial software. Previously Code for America, Stamen, and Mapzen.



Friday October 12, 2018 8:30am - 10:00am PDT
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