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Wednesday, October 10 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Using Technology to Solve Sticky Problems - AICP/CM Approved 1.5

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GIS is being utilized for more and more diverse problems.  This session covers a variety of sticky problems like merging old and new spatial data through conflation, improving efficiency in a transportation agency and identifying the most visual medium for producing maps.

  • End-to-End Geospatial Services in Transport Planning & Design
    Danbi Lee, Arup, New York, NY
    Vincent Riscica, Senior Planner, Arup, New York, NY
  • When to Make a Map or an App - How to Tell
    Nick Franchino, GISP, AICP, GIS Manager, Los Angeles County/Department of Regional Planning, Los Angeles, CA

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Christina Brunsvold

Information Technology Specialist, California Highway Patrol
Christina Brunsvold is an Information Technology Specialist at the California Highway Patrol in the Communications Centers Support Section. Christina graduated from the University of Southern California with a Master’s in Geographic Information Science and Technology and won the... Read More →

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Nick Franchino, GISP, AICP

GIS Manager, Los Angeles County Dept. of Regional Planning
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Danbi Lee

GIS Analyst, Arup
Geospatial collection, processing, analysis and applications. Remote sensing. Web application development. UI/UX research, testing, and design. Product management.
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Vincent Riscica

Senior Planner, Arup
Vincent is a Senior Planner in Arup's New York office. His work involves resilience planning, transportation policy, and strategic planning at the city and regional level. Vincent is interested in the development and adaptation of digital tools for community engagement, information... Read More →

Wednesday October 10, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
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