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  • Environmental Applications using Geospatial Technologies
  • Managing How Humans Impact the Community
  • Technological Advances in GIS
  • Governance, Education and the Future of GIS
  • Business Intelligence

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Monday, November 18 • 8:30am - 5:00pm
Parcel Management (Full-Day Workshop)

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Parcel Management (Full-Day Workshop)
Monday, November 18, 2019

Amir Bar-Maor, Product Engineer Parcel Management, Esri
Douglas Nelson, VP Business Intelligence Research/New Business Development, Spatial Innovision Limited, Kingston, Jamaica

The parcel fabric provides a comprehensive framework for managing, editing, and sharing parcel data in ArcGIS Enterprise. Installed on the cloud or on your own premise, it supports a multiuser versioned editing environment using a services-based architecture. The services-based architecture allows you to share the parcel fabric across all platforms (desktop, mobile, and web).

Migrating to the new parcel fabric has never been that easy. Bring your own parcel data and laptop (with ArcGIS Pro 2.4 Standard or Advanced) and learn how to design your information model and migrate to it. The parcel fabric information model is in conformance with the LADM (Land Administration Domain Model ISO 19152) and can be extended to meet your business needs.

Once migrated we will cover common parcel workflows using tasks such as: merge, split, parcels from CAD.
The parcel fabric comes with built in quality management tool that can be adjusted based on your business rules. The workshop will demonstrate how to evaluate the quality of your data and how you can define your own business rules to maintain the topological integrity as well as attribution.

We will finish with advanced demos and topics:
  • How to visualize and analyze your parcel data in 3D. The parcel fabric is 3D enabled and is designed to support a continuum of 3D.
  • Parcel fabrics are time enabled: show historic parcels, parcel lineage and moving back in time
  • Sharing and transparency - when using services, the data is always live and can be shared with different groups with different sets of permissions.
  • CAD – how to automate the import of structured CAD data (dwg) into the parcel fabric
  • Coordinate based cadastre – how to collect high accuracy parcels using GNSS receivers and the multiple methods of ingesting the data.
  • Fit for purpose - how to ingest parcel data that is entered in a web browser.

The workshop will conclude with discussion about the product road map and a sneak peek into some of the future capabilities: automation using SDK , support of administrative boundaries, least squares adjustment, digital submission and much more.

avatar for Amir Bar-Maor

Amir Bar-Maor

Product Engineer Parcel Management, Esri
By education I am a geodetic engineer (M.Sc), licensed land surveyor, licensed real estate appraiser, system designer. Working on developing functionality for parcels and tasks, mostly in ArcGIS Pro. Working with a great team of professionals in esri, we strive to improve the quality... Read More →

Douglas Nelson

VP Business Intelligence Research/New Business Development, Spatial Innovision Limited
Douglas Nelson is an information systems manager and implementer working for more than 25 years across a range of private, non-governmental and public sector organizations providing financial, water utility, ICT, agriculture extension and geospatial solutions and services. He is currently... Read More →

Monday November 18, 2019 8:30am - 5:00pm AST