Ignite Spatial Hartford 



The Ignite Spatial Hartford event was held on June 22nd, 2011 at 260 Constitution Plaza in Downtown Hartford.  Coordinating sponsors included NEURISA and the CT User 2 User Group.  AppGeo was the Corporate Sponsor and the City of Hartford sponsored the venue.  Below are links to the presentation slides under each author in PDF format.  For additional abstract information, click here for word document. 


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Michael Olkin - Welcome and Introduction


Michael Quan - Interactive Tactical Group, Inc

Title: 3D Mobile Mapping of Washington DC


Alfredo C. Frauenfelder - esri

Title: ArcGIS.com


Dr. John Harmon - CCSU Emeritus

Title: So where am I going? To lat = 41.3256, long = -72.5469?


Thad J. Dymkowski, GISP - Town of Newington, CT

Title: GIS Certification: Navigating the Options


Aaron Nash - Town of Vernon, CT
Title: ArcGIS Server Flex API on an Android Device


Gary Anderson - Town of Manchester, CT

Title: School Children: Budget Balancing Kryptonite or Not so Bad?


Dr. Jeff Osleeb - UCONN – Department of Geography

Title: An Evaluation of Health System Efficiencies in Hartford County, Connecticut


Chris French - Esri

Title: Geospatial Analysis: An Exploration of Methods, Uses, and Evolution


Curtis Denton - University of Connecticut, Department of Geography

Title: Historical Mapping with Digital Tools


Curtis Denton, Geography Department, University of Connecticut


Jonathan Pollak, Geography Department, University of Connecticut


Jack Dougherty, Trinity College


Michael Howser, MAGIC, University of Connecticut Libraries


David Tatem - Trinity College

Title: Food, Food Everywhere and Nothing Healthy to Eat


Bob Baron - Chief of Surveys, CTDOT

Title: Low Altitude High Accuracy Surveying


Rich Gallacher - Town of Manchester, CT

Title:  Lessons Learned from a GIS Manager


James Wysor - MDC

Title:  Easy Access to CCTV Data


Dan Czaja - State of Connecticut Department of Public Safety
Division of Fire, Emergency and Building Services

Title:  Addressing Nightmares and Their Solution


Stacey Maples - YALE


Shane White, GISP - RIGIS Coordinator


Jeff Mooney - SeeClickFix


Jayson Brennen - CDM


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