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November 12, 2019 Webinar: Predictive Analytics: Fact or Science Fiction?

Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Time: 2:00PM - 3:00PM EST

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As we’ve progressed further into the digital age, we’ve transitioned from big data to advanced analytics; the precursor to Artificial Intelligence (AI). The transformative nature of AI is already being felt in a number of industries, as businesses begin to adopt analytics, automation and housing data in a GIS application. AI and advanced analytics have an especially compelling use case for midstream operators looking to improve the operational efficiency and excellence in their business units. As organizations look to break down traditional silos and make data the cornerstone of managing aging infrastructure, the need for predictive analytics becomes readily apparent. The path to predictive analytics is predicated on the ability to do repeatable scans of an asset or area of interest so the algorithms can start to learn nuances or details. Once a baseline is established, learned anomalies or objects of interest are incorporated into the models so accurate predictions can be delivered. In this webinar, attendees will: • Learn how to implement solutions that deliver a continuous stream of data that tracks changes over time in a GIS application • Get a better understanding of the types of data needed to build predictive models and the methodologies needed to accumulate this data • Discover common use cases implemented in the market today and their impact on pipeline operations

Speakers: 

Jason Braverman, Chief Technology Officer
Jason is a strategically focused technology visionary offering proven success in planning, designing, building, and innovating next-generation technologies. With degrees in Computer Science, Aviation Science and Aerospace Engineering, Jason specializes in resolving complex technical challenges during enterprise systems integrations. As a serial entrepreneur, Jason is highly effective serving as a bridge between technical and business organizations and has brought numerous start-ups to successful standing and exits. He brings more than 25 years of active experience in both start-up and large organizations.

Travis Schindler, Director of Sales
Travis has been in the Geospatial industry for more than 20 years, and works primarily with Oil and Gas companies to promote remote sensing and GIS solutions to drive efficiencies in the O&G lifecycle. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geography from Texas A&M University. In addition to his professional career, Travis is active in his community coaching youth sports and enjoys crossfit, hunting, fishing, and boating across Texas.

 

Call For Papers Now Open For CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo

Posted: August 27, 2019

The CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo is the premiere international event dedicated to providing educational content and resources to help protect buried assets.

Why should you present?

  • Make a difference in the industry by connecting with those who can effect change
  • Be recognized as a subject matter expert
  • Network with industry professionals
  • Get exposure for you and your organization
  • Final presentations are 50 minutes
  • Content must be related to excavation safety and/or the protection and maintenance of buried infrastructure.
Submit Your Abstract

 

 

Registration is now open for the CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo

Register now for the best pricing before an increase on October 12. This is the premiere event in the damage prevention industry and is full of vital learning opportunities. Visit CGAconference.com to learn more.

 

 

GISTAM 2020

Posted: July 10, 2019

6th International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management
Prague, Czech Republic  |  May 7-9, 2020

The International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management aims at creating a meeting point of researchers and practitioners that address new challenges in geo-spatial data sensing, observation, representation, processing, visualization, sharing and managing, in all aspects concerning both information communication and technologies (ICT) as well as management information systems and knowledge-based systems. The conference welcomes original papers of either practical or theoretical nature, presenting research or applications, of specialized or interdisciplinary nature, addressing any aspect of geographic information systems and technologies.

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Free GITA Webinar - Geospatial Intelligence: How it's Transforming Disaster Response

Wed, Jun 26, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT

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Presenter: Richard Butgereit, GISP
Director of Catastrophe Response at Geospatial Intelligence Center (GIC)

 When a natural disaster strikes, the lives of thousands of citizens are affected. Gaining insight into affected areas to increase situational and operational awareness is crucial in the response and recovery period.

The Geospatial Intelligence Center (GIC) was created to help optimize how emergency management and insurers respond to natural disasters by providing GIS technology solutions. Through high-resolution aerial imagery, geospatial data, and software applications, the GIC empowers both the public and private sector with new digital capabilities to increase the effectiveness of response efforts. The GIC is a not-for-profit organization within the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) that is powered by Vexcel Imaging, the premier aerial imaging company worldwide, and Esri, the global leader in location intelligence. In 2017 when NICB, Vexcel Imaging, and Esri realized that they could join forces to provide critical and actionable insights into catastrophic situations, disaster response was transformed.

The GIC approach is rapid and effective. When a natural disaster occurs, the GIC immediately mobilizes to impacted areas with an aircraft fleet equipped with state-of-the-art digital aerial sensor systems. Within 24-hours of aircrafts landing, ultra-high resolution oblique and nadir imagery is available to emergency management personnel and insurers along with tools to provide immediate insight into the destruction. Using a desktop GIS app, GIC members can assess a catastrophic event without ever leaving their desk. This equips emergency managers with the tools to efficiently assess the damage, resulting in families and communities getting back on the road to recovery.

The program has the ability to save lives with its innovative approach to disaster response. We’ve successfully deployed to 13 natural disasters here in the United States and will to continue to provide location-based insights to ensure the fastest and most complete catastrophe response

 

 
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