Mid-Atlantic Chapter Transportation Committee and Esri
Public Works Agencies Rebuild, Rethink and Reimagine Our Communities with GIS
Date: February 28
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
There is no cost to register, but registration is required.
Thousands of public works agencies have partnered with Esri as their first choice to incorporate spatial thinking into their daily operations− from asset management to responding to weather events, coordinating improvements, and engaging the public. Year over year geographic information systems (GIS) has been recognized by the American Public Works Association and its membership as a mission-critical technology. As services evolve due to emerging challenges such as climate change, equity, resiliency and sustainability, public works professionals continue to use GIS in new ways to update operations and adapt. With readily available data and hundreds of complimentary solutions, a partnership with Esri provides thousands of communities with the tools to forecast flood impacts, analyze the distribution of capital investments, and determine the impacts of infrastructure on the environment. GIS provides opportunities for public works agencies to rebuild, rethink and reimagine our communities as they evolve over time. Hear about how your peers are using GIS to rebuild, rethink and reimagine our communities to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.