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Welcome to the 22nd Annual California GIS Conference. CalGIS 2016 will take place May 10-12 at the Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort.

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Thursday, May 12 • 1:30pm - 1:50pm
The GIS Blueprint for Conducting Rapid Damage Assessments

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GIS professionals are key to streamlining rapid damage assessments. I will demonstrate and show real world examples of the newest geospatial technology for conducting rapid damage assessments. Any local, county, state or federal GIS professional and emergency manager can utilize these tools following a disaster. I will demonstrate off the shelf and open source GIS platforms that can be used to drastically increase response time and decrease recovery times for communities. I will show advantages and disadvantages around using the three imagery collection techniques to conducting PDAs: satellite, aerial, and ground. As well as show cost saving methods for aerial and ground imagery collection, the preferred methods. Lastly, I will present a quick outline on how the use of the TCPED (Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation and Processing) process can help organize and streamline the technology and PDA process.

Presenter: Cory MacVie, Product Manager, Fulcrum Mobile Solutions, St. Petersburg, FL

Moderators
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RuthAnne Harbison, GISP

GIS Coordinator, City of Merced
RuthAnne Harbison, GISP, GIS Coordinator for City of Merced. Professional associations include CGIA, CentralCal URISA, San Joaquin Regional GIS Council, CalGIS, and hosted 4 GeoSummits at UC Merced.

Speakers
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Cory MacVie

Product Manager, Fulcrum Mobile Solutions
Cory serves as the Product Manager of Fulcrum, a mobile data collection platform. His love of building technology platforms that solve problems has been prevalent throughout his life. After graduate school he went to work for FEMA. While at FEMA he developed platforms that shorten response times after disasters, increased accuracy of damage assessments, and allows hurricane evacuates to see aerial imagery and the condition of homes remotely... Read More →


Thursday May 12, 2016 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Garden C

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