GIS & Aerial Data: Transforming Smart City Workflows in 2021 and Beyond

GIS, it is more than just maps. Usher in a new decade of smart cities by implementing and utilizing the power of GIS to its fullest. As the driving force behind many essential department workflows, GIS is reshaping how we view the world and make decisions. Employing Nearmap content alongside geospatial technology enhances mapping capabilities, improves data transparency, streamlines operational efficiency, enables desktop reviews, and provides greater context for planning. Join Nearmap subject-matter experts, as well as the City of Sioux Falls, Civic Analytics Manager, Lauri B. Sohl, as she elaborates on her use of aerial data to make accurate decisions, eliminate project workflow inefficiencies, and simplify department operations, while accessing the truth on the ground.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How current, frequently updated high-res imagery from Nearmap improves your data gathering, management, and communication
  • How using Nearmap’s aerial location content -- AI, 3D, ortho and oblique -- empowers your planning and decision-making capabilities
  • How to utilize Nearmap content to improve department workflows across Public Safety, Transportation, Assessment, Water, Planning & Development, ACE
  • How you can boost your data-driven insights with integrations available for GIS, CAD, asset management and other third-party applications

Speakers

Brett Clark, Director of Public Sector, Nearmap

Lauri Sohl, Civic Analytics/GIS Manager, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Charles Staton, Geospatial Engineer, Nearmap

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