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  • GIS Leadership & Management
  • Community Resiliency and Sustainability 
  • Social Justice and Equity Implications of GIS
  • GIS Supporting Health and Human Services
  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Geospatial Technology Innovations
  • Inspiring the Future of GIS and Education

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Monday, September 30 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Hit the Road Jack - AICP/CM Approved 1.0

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Nobody likes traffic jams. They cost us time, increase pollution and have a negative impact on the economy.  Behind the scenes, GIS plays a critical role from inventorying roadway conditions, collecting current traffic conditions and analyzing driver behavior. To build a sustainable solution, data quality, big data and advanced analysis like emerging hot spot analysis are needed.  Attend this session and learn the modern approach to addressing these issues.

  • A Time-Geographic Study of Tourist Travel Delay as a Result of Traffic Crashes in Central Florida
    Daniela Sabillon, Graduate Student, M.S. GIS Administration and John D. Morgan, Ph.D., GISP, Assistant Professor of GIS, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL
  • Geospatial Analytics of Population Mobility Using Big Data Sources
    Reza Sardari, Ph.D., GISP, Traffic and Revenue Analyst, Cintra, Dallas, TX
  • Routing Millions of GPS Points Using Open Street Map, OSMNX and NetworkX
    Russell Prentice, B.SC., Geospatial Application Developer and Aaron Licker, BA, Principal
    Licker Geospatial Consulting Ltd., Vancouver, BC

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Liz Lowe

GIS Technician/Construction Manager Assistant, New Orleans City Park
Liz Lowe has worked at New Orleans City Park for the past five years. She started the GIS program from scratch as an intern, and she continues to help her co-workers organize their data. While out in the field she works with sub-contractors who either have uncovered a utility feature... Read More →

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Russell Prentice

Geospatial Application Developer, Licker Geospatial Consulting Ltd
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Aaron Licker

Principal, Geospatial Consulting
As principal of Licker Geospatial Consulting Co. (LGeo), Aaron has been consulting as a GIS professional for over twelve years. In that time, he has cultivated strong relationships with dozens of clients and colleagues who hold his work in high esteem. Aaron has a reputation for innovative... Read More →
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John Morgan

Assistant Professor of GIS, University of West Florida
John D. Morgan (Derek) is the primary faculty for the new online GIS Master's program offered by the Department of Earth and Environmental Studies. Morgan, who is an Assistant Professor, graduated from Florida State University with a Ph.D. in Geography.Morgan has over fifteen years... Read More →
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Reza Sardari, Ph.D., GISP

Traffic & Revenue Analyst, Cintra
Traffic & Revenue Analyst at Cintra | Ph.D. - Urban Planning & Public Policy
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Daniela Sabillon

Transportation Analyst, Osceola County Government
A self-proclaimed Geographic Information Scientist with over 6 years of professional experience and a master’s degree in GIS. Currently residing in Central Florida where I work in local government as a Transportation Analyst. In my capacity, I provide data analysis, GIS, and project... Read More →

Monday September 30, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Salon 18, 1st Floor