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Thursday, May 24 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Public Crowd Sourcing Using Explore for ArcGIS and Survey 123 for ArcGIS

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People love to get out in the woods and explore but are often intimidated by complex trail and logging road networks and sometimes fear getting lost. ArcGIS mobile map packages downloaded using Explorer for ArcGIS allow anyone to identify their exact location relative to features in a published map. These maps can be used both connected and disconnected. Explorer for ArcGIS can be integrated with Survey123 for ArcGIS which allows users to report information about the features in a map (e.g., fallen tree, illegal trash dump, blocked culvert). The theme of the discussion will focus on trail maintenance scenarios but these concepts can be easily extended to almost any other field of interest. You will learn all the steps necessary to build a mobile map package, consume it using Explorer for ArcGIS, and interact with features to report issues using Survey123. If you can, download the apps ahead of time and bring your mobile devices. There just might be a survey or two for you to play with!

*** This is submitted as a 60 minute talk


Jeff Barrette

Jeff Barrette – Esri Software development: ArcGIS Desktop Layout and Python Map Automation. Outdoor enthusiast and data collector. Scott Moore – Solution Engineer, State Government Team

Scott Moore

Solution Engineer, Esri
Scott Moore is a Solution Engineer Team Lead with Esri in Olympia, WA.  He focuses on assisting Esri software users with architecture design, application development and technical advice for deploying ArcGIS.  Mr. Moore’s areas of expertise include web mapping, server based GIS... Read More →

Thursday May 24, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am AKDT