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URISA and IAAO Issue Call for Presentations for GIS/CAMA 2015

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Thursday, May 1st 2014


URISA and IAAO Issue Call for Presentations for GIS/CAMA 2015

The International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) and the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) are pleased to announce the 19th GIS/CAMA Technologies Conference taking place March 2-5, 2015 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Presentation proposals are being accepted until September 22, 2014. The Conference Committee welcomes the submission of individual papers, complete sessions, panels and lightning talks and has proposed a list of suggested program tracks and topics for consideration (note that all abstracts received will be reviewed and considered for the conference program regardless of the list below):

GIS Technologies

  • CAMA GIS 101
  • Web services
  • Showcase your mapping system
  • Aerial imagery and remote data collection used for assessment

Integrating GIS & CAMA Data (object-level /sub-parcel data possibilities):

  • Manufactured Housing
  • Agricultural soil subtypes
  • Mixed Use properties
  • Special Districts
  • Condominiums
  • Building footprints
  • Severed mineral rights
  • Addressing
  • Commercial& Residential (multi-tenant properties)
  • Business personal property
  • Natural gas—storage and transmission
  • Oil and gas valuation
  • Water rights

Using Assessor’s CAMA Data and GIS for Emergency Planning

  • Damage assessment
  • Hazard mitigation
  • Data sharing (before and after an emergency)
  • Cost sharing initiatives for expensive, big data, such as imagery
    • Workflow support
    • Valuation support
    • Emergency support

Creating and Analyzing Building Sketch Data

  • Converting GIS data to CAMA sketch data
  • Generating CAMA sketch data from imagery
  • CAMA sketch geo-referencing
  • Generation of accurate building layers for 911 / Emergency Services
  • CAMA sketch conversion to GIS friendly format
  • Capturing / Storing / Using geo-reference information in CAMA sketch data
  • Paper-to-Digital sketch creation and analysis to imagery
  • Remote CAMA sketch sensing used in conjunction with Revaluation Projects
  • Desktop Review using results of remote sensing / batch analysis processes

Parcel / Cadastral Mapping:

  • Parcel editing systems
  • Topology and related parcel errors
  • Legal descriptions
  • Cadastral data limitations/disclaimers (legal issues)
  • The Parcel Fabric (successes, lessons learned, alternatives to…)
  • Mapping Standards (Cadastral standards, GIS standards etc…)

Using GIS for Sub-parcel Inventory

  • Examples of layers derived from relationship of parcels to sub-parcel objects
    • Manufactured Housing
    • Agricultural soil subtypes
  • Mixed Use properties
  • Special Districts
  • Condominiums
  • Building footprints
  • Severed mineral rights
  • Addressing
  • Commercial (multi-tenant properties)
  • Residential (multi-tenant properties)
  • Business personal property
  • Natural gas—storage and transmission
  • Oil and gas valuation
  • Water rights
  • Tools used to create these derived layers
  • Topology and coordinate issues
  • Metadata, data sharing, emergency planning use cases

Valuation

  • Residential, Agricultural, Commercial valuation models
  • Modeling to identify over/under valued properties valued by appraisers
  • Spatial multiple regression
  • Using GIS for valuation appeal hearings, how to build a better case

Inter Agency Cooperation

  • Licensing agreements
  • Data sharing Technologies – How tech can help you share, protect and use your data
  • Cross-organization technology and data cooperation – MOUs
  • Public private partnerships
  • Centralized or decentralized GIS?
  • Who is using your data and for what

Again, this list is not comprehensive. All abstracts will be reviewed and considered regardless of the suggested topics above. Abstracts are due on or before Monday, September 22, 2014. For more information, and an online submission form, click here.

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