2019 Meeting Archives

September 10, 2019
  • ArcGIS Pro - What's New in 2.4 and the Road Ahead
    Jason Latoski, Esri
  • Using FME for Data Automation
    Kevin Lacefield, County of Sonoma
June 5, 2019 - North Bay GIS Field Day
  • Esri
    Esri will be showing their field applications; Collector for ArcGIS, Drone2Map for ArcGIS, and Survey123 for ArcGIS.
  • LHNav, LLC
    LHNav will be showing external GPS/GLONASS receivers that will enable submeter/centimeter data collection.
April 24, 2019
  • Evaluation of Post-Fire Canopy Damage and Landscape Characteristics Evaluation of Post-Fire Canopy Damage and Landscape Characteristics.
    Mark Tukman, Tukman Geospatial
  • Where the World Begins: Sonoma Mountain Stories and Images: Summarizing Sonoma Mountain in 10 maps
    Arthur Dawson and Alex Young
February 5, 2019 - North Bay GIS and Society for Conservation GIS Meeting
  • Masking features in ArcGIS for clearer labels
    Joseph Kinyon, Sonoma Land Trust
  • GIS Mapping of Carbon Sequestration Potential on JFW Sonoma County Vineyards
    Francis Hourigan of Jackson Family Wines and Hiroshi Tomita

2018 Meeting Archives

September 26, 2018
  • Creating Sonoma County Shaded Relief Using Blender
    Kevin Lacefield, County of Sonoma
  • Santa Rosa Water Post-Fire Water Quality Investigation Mapping Application – Development and Functionality
    Chinmaya Lewis, City of Santa Rosa
  • How to Smart Map: Arcade
    Amadea Azerki, Esri
    Story Map Presentation
June 6, 2018 - North Bay GIS Field Day

List of Exhibitors

  • California Surveying & Drafting Supply
    CSDS will be showcasing Trimble receivers that are Bluetooth connected to smart phones and support third party software apps.
  • Cinquini & Passarino
    Cinquini & Passarino will be discussing how they use small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) to meet their customer's geospatial needs.
  • Eclipse Mapping & GIS
    EMGIS is the exclusive Eos Arrow GNSS dealer for California will be showing some of the latest Arrow devices.
  • LHNav, LLC
    LHNav will be showing external GPS/GLONASS receivers that will enable submeter/centimeter data collection.

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