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Wednesday, May 1 • 1:55pm - 2:25pm
Redesign and Implementation of GIS data model for Water, Wastewater, Storm Water and Transportation with an associated Detailed Gaps Assessment

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With the continued advancements in GIS accompanied with evolving staff needs, it was identified within the Corporate GIS Strategic Plan that a complete review of the Infrastructure GIS layers (Water, Wastewater, Storm Water and Transportation) and their intended uses be undertaken. This presentation will highlight the processes which made the project successful, including what was learned as part of the functional review, the design and implementation of a new GIS Data Model, the conversion of data, a detailed GIS Gaps Assessment with associated costs and the development of Standard Operating Procedures for staff. You will also learn what our data correction plan is moving forward ensuring that staff are confident in the data they are utilizing. The end goal being a more robust data model to support current and future needs of staff as well as the development of an action plan to address the identified gaps detailing the current data gaps as well as developing a solution to correct them.

Moderators
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Nicole Schleifer

Geomatics/Mapping Manager, City of Peterborough
Moderator, Ballroom 1

Presenters
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Chris Sambol

Business Systems Analyst - GIS, City of Guelph
Chris first developed his professional skills with the Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre serving in both a technical and management capacity from 2004 to 2011.  During this time Chris was able to assist the City of Sault Ste. Marie, PUC and public health and human services agencies... Read More →


Wednesday May 1, 2019 1:55pm - 2:25pm
Ballroom 1

Attendees (20)