User Group: LARIAC

EagleView helps counties and municipalities assess properties accurately and efficiently, plan projects with GIS data and imagery, keep jurisdictions safe with situational awareness and location verification, and more. Please join us for an interactive, hands-on look at our imagery and software, and hear from your colleagues about all the ways they rely on EagleView.

When

Monday May 6th, 2019

9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Where

Los Angeles County Public Works Building
900 Fremont Ave, Alhambra, CA 91803

Followed by a networking happy hour with complimentary beverages and appetizers:
38Degrees Ale House
4:00-6:00pm
100 W Main St,
Alhambra, CA 91801

Questions? Contact Us

For more information, email Justin Lukaszonas at Justin.Lukaszonas@eagleview.com.


The Public Works Headquarters visitor parking lot will be temporarily closed beginning Monday, May 6, through Friday, September 6, 2019 for reconstruction. All visitors should plan to arrive 30 minutes early to find parking, using the following options:


Attendant-Assisted Parking
Attendant-assisted parking will be used to maximize parking space on the second level of the parking structure. When spaces become unavailable in the parking structure, attendants will park vehicles to allow for more parking. At the end of regular business hours, any vehicle keys left with attendant-assisted parking personnel will be returned to Public Works security in the HQ lobby.

ADA Parking (for employees and visitors)
A section of the east side parking lot will be temporarily striped to provide accessible ADA parking spaces during the reconstruction.

County Vehicle Parking
County employees visiting from outside the HQ campus and driving County vehicles will park at the Dynashape Intima parking lot (2121 Orange Street).

Map - PW HQ Campus Parking Locations[3].jpg


Schedule

Time Room A Room B Room C Foyer
9:30-10:00 Registration and light breakfast fare
10:00-10:15 Welcome and introductions
Brian Garcia, Sr. District Manager, EagleView
Steven J. Steinberg, Geographic Information Officer, Los Angeles County & LARIAC Project Director
So you have access to EagleView imagery, now what? A beginner’s guide to CONNECTExplorer
Courtney Dobbertin, Technical Trainer, EagleView 
10:15-10:45 LARIAC overview
Christine Lam, Principal GIS Analyst & LARIAC Project Manager
10:45-11:15 The resolution revolution at EagleView
Brian Garcia, Sr. District Manager, EagleView
Thom Salter, Director, Technical Product Management for Imagery, EagleView
So you have access to EagleView imagery, now what? A beginner’s guide to CONNECTExplorer
Courtney Dobbertin, Technical Trainer, EagleView
11:15-11:45 Woolsey fire response
Nick Franchino, GIS Manager, LA County Department of Regional Planning & LARIAC Outreach Manager
11:45-12:45 Lunch 12:15 - 12:45 | LARIAC deployment options
Amanda Bullen, Regional Technical Manager, EagleView

12:45-1:10
How LARIAC is helping the wildlife corridor 
Betty Dong, GIS Chief, City of Los Angeles
Managing change in the City of Whittier
Shannon Julius, GIS Analyst, City of Whittier
12:45-1:10 | Getting started with CONNECTAdmin - Helping you help your users (For Admins)
Courtney Dobbertin, Technical Trainer, EagleView




1:15-1:40
GIS mapping with missing or incomplete data: an assessment application
Anthony Liu, Appraiser Specialist, Assessment Services Division
The Los Angeles County safe clean water program
Daniel Bradbury, LA County Department of Public Works
1:15-2:10 | Let's level up with CONNECTExplorer (Intermediate)
Courtney Dobbertin, Technical Trainer, EagleView
1:45-2:10


How the largest US county's assessor is leveraging EagleView to transform
Scott Thornberry, LA County Assessment Office
Debris flow hazard analysis and emergency planning following the Woolsey Fire
Jack Husted, Civil Engineer, LA County Department of Public Works

2:15-2:40
City of Torrance Aerial Case Study - How code enforcement leverages imagery to enforce unpermitted work and hoarding
Sunny Lai, Systems Analyst, GIS, City of Torrance
Marina del Rey annual tree inventory and bird nest survey
Cesar Espinosa
Mie Jones, Department of Beaches and Harbors, LA County
2:15-3:10 | The Red Carpet and the City of Angels - An interactive map of famous locations in LA (Advanced) 
Courtney Dobbertin, Technical Trainer, EagleView
2:45-3:10
LARIAC on campus - UCLA's use of aerial imagery for research, administration and public safety
Robert Cudd, Research Analyst, UCLA
Painting the big picture at the Port of Long Beach - a comprehensive imagery strategy
Shaun Healy, Office Systems Analyst, Port of Long Beach
3:15-3:35
Questions and Closing Remarks
4:00-6:00 Cinco de Mayo Networking Event - 38Degrees Ale House |100 W Main St. Alhambra, CA 91801