National Rural Water to Host 3-Part GIS “How To” Webinar Series

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In April and May, our colleagues at the National Rural Water Association will be hosting three webinars to look at Geographic Information Systems.  This webinar series includes an introduction to GIS fundamentals, data conversion methods, solutions for water, taking it to the field and back, plus resources to get started.  Presenters for all three sessions will be Jason Channin, Senior Solution Engineer at Esri’s Water Practice and David Totman, the Industry Manager for the Esri Global Water Practice.

These webinars are free and open to all interested parties.  However, you should register separately for each event.

Part 1: GIS 101 for Rural Water Systems

DATE:              April 13

TIME:               3:00-4:00PM (eastern)

REGISTER:      Register Now

This webinar will discuss the fundamentals of GIS, including:  What is a GIS? What resources do I need? How can it benefit my organization?

 

Part 2: Transforming Your Organization to a Digital World:

DATE:              April 27

TIME:               3:00-4:00PM (eastern)

REGISTER:      Register Now

This webinar will discuss the benefits gained by moving from paper to the digital ArcGIS platform, including:  Data Collection and Management; Basic Analysis; Mapping; and Using solutions for water.

 

Part 3: Going Mobile: Taking your GIS into the Field

DATE:              May 11

TIME:               3:00-4:00PM (eastern)

REGISTER:      Register Now

This webinar will discuss field workflows enabled by mobile apps including:  plan, coordinate, navigate, capture, and monitor.