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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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Wednesday, February 19
 

9:30am CST

Field Operations with ArcGIS
In this seminar you will learn how ArcGIS will help your organization optimize every step of your field operations and data collection. Planning your field work by defining where field work needs to be done (ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS for Desktop). Assigning tasks and dispatching field crews (Workforce for ArcGIS). Helping personnel arriving to their destination quickly safely (Navigator for ArcGIS). Efficiently executing field data capture (Collector for ArcGIS, QuickCapture for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS). Monitoring field operations (Tracker for ArcGIS and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS) Analyzing and communicating field work (StoryMaps and Web AppBuilder)

Speakers
avatar for Jordan Miller

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 →


Wednesday February 19, 2020 9:30am - 12:30pm CST
Milwaukee

1:30pm CST

Integrating Collector and Related Tables
The City of Sheboygan has recently replaced spreadsheets and paper documents to track the maintenance activities related to the sanitary and storm sewer system. This will walk through the process of creating a related table in Catalog, creating a SQL query in SQL Server MGMT Studio, making a query layer, publishing the layer, table, and query layer to a service, and integrating all of the components into a web map and web app that can be utilized by field and office staff to efficiently create, view, maintain, and report on sewer infrastructure maintenance activities using Esri software.

Speakers
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Andrew Bartell

GIS Manager, Sheboygan, WI
Prior to joining the City of Sheboygan in late 2017, I had an exciting career in the oil and gas industry that took me all over Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. I had the opportunity to work in a myriad of capacities from technical to project lead, and was able to work directly with... Read More →


Wednesday February 19, 2020 1:30pm - 4:30pm CST
Salon B