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WLIA welcomes you to the 33rd Annual Conference at the Marriott Madison West, in Middleton, Wisconsin, February 19-21, 2020. 

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Friday, February 21
 

10:00am CST

Engaging your Community with ArcGIS Hub
ArcGIS Hub is an easy-to-configure cloud platform that organizes people, data, and tools to accomplish initiatives. In this presentation, learn how you can use ArcGIS Hub to coordinate government staff, citizens, nonprofits, and other trusted partners to tackle the projects that matter most in your community. Explore "initiative thinking" and see how organizations around the world are unlocking the data they work with every day and turning it into knowledge that improves services and decision-making for all.

Speakers
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Jordan Miller

Solution Engineer, State and Local Govt, Esri
Mr. Miller joined Esri in 2016 with an extensive background in Local Government industry knowledge as well as years of experience working in the private sector.  Jordan’s primary role with Esri is focusing on solving business challenges with a geospatial approach.  Jordan works... Read More →
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Matt Robinson

Solution Engineer, Esri
Matt Robinson is a Solution Engineer based in Chicago and has been with Esri since February of 2018. He supports state agencies in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan by providing technical expertise on how location technology can used to solve business challenges... Read More →


Friday February 21, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am CST
Green Bay

11:00am CST

ADA Compliance Audits using GIS
Many communities are focusing on making their public amenities accessible to all residents. Part of this entails preforming ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Compliance Audits to identify locations that meet ADA standards and those that need improvement. The City of Janesville uses GIS to inspect its public ROW, analyze for ADA compliance and prioritize necessary improvement projects. This presentation will show how the city uses Collector for inspections, Dashboards for analysis and web apps for improvement planning, along with lessons learned during the process. Learn how GIS helped the City of Janesville develop an ADA Transition Plan that establishes measurable goals based on the balance of priority improvement areas and limited funding.

Speakers
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Scott Kiley

GIS Analyst, MSA Professional Services
Scott is a senior GIS Analyst at MSA Professional Services where he has been assisting communities with GIS for 15 years. He has implemented GIS solutions for many purposes including using the entire ArcGIS Platform to enable communities to manage their infrastructure. Scott loves... Read More →
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Kirby Benz

GIS Coordinator, City of Janesville
Kirby has been the GIS Coordinator at the City of Janesville for 13 years where he is responsible for maintaining the City’s enterprise GIS system.  He was previously the GIS Specialist for the City of Beloit for 10 years where he helped establish their GIS system.  He graduated... Read More →


Friday February 21, 2020 11:00am - 11:30am CST
Green Bay