2022 AGIC Education and Training Symposium

AGIC Symposium Registration is Now Open!!!

Register now for the 2022 Education and Training Symposium.  The event will be in-person at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center from August 30th through September 2nd.

Maps & Apps Contest Is Also Open!!!

Share your great work with the Arizona GIS community by entering the 2022 AGIC Maps & Apps Contest!  Submit your entry at the Maps & Apps website by August 19th.

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Data Committee

About

The mission of the Data Committee is to promote geospatial data sharing and appropriate strategies to support AZGEO, facilitate interagency coordination of geospatial data sharing to enhance and support state, federal, and local government business systems, and to incorporate user requirements on matters related to geospatial data, services, standards, applications, and activities to improve data sharing and use.  The committee accomplishes this by providing a forum and structure to discuss current geospatial data, initiatives and technologies; facilitating interagency coordination and encouraging geospatial data sharing; and developing a Data Management Plan to facilitate data sharing and use of AZGeo as Arizona’s statewide geospatial clearinghouse. 

Standing items of discussion include:

  • Statewide data coordination
  • National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP)
  • Three Dimensional Elevation Program (3DEP)
  • The National Address Database (NAD)
  • Census & Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA)
  • All Roads Network of Linear referenced Data (ARNOLD)

 

Committee Co-Chairs

Jenna Leveille, AZ State Land Department
Howard Ward, TerraSystems Southwest

 

Workgroups

  • Az CORS
    • Co-Chairs: Jenna Leveille & Jack Avis
    • Description: The Az CORS Workgroup was established to explore a collaborative approach to supporting the long-term viability of the Arizona Continuously Operating Reference System (CORS) network.  The group will work closely with the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) and Arizona Professional Land Surveyors (APLS) to enable best practices for station maintenance, sustainable funding, and data maintenance and storage.
  • Cadastral
    • Co-Chairs: Jenna Leveille & Jack Avis
    • Description: The Cadastral Workgroup was established to facilitate informational exchange among stakeholders regarding best practices and use guidelines for cadastral reference systems in Arizona to enhance and support state, federal, and local government business system
  • LiDAR
    • Co-Chairs: Mark ChristianoJenna Leveille
    • Description: The AGIC LiDAR Workgroup is focused on promoting all aspects of LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) efforts in Arizona, including information exchange to facilitate lidar acquisition and collaboration (especially though 3DEP program), the distribution of lidar related products via AZGeo, education and outreach, and the development of best practices and data standards materials.
    • Work Plans
  • Natural Resources 
    • Co-Chairs: Elisabeth VanDerLeeuw & Jeremy Johnson
    • Description: The Natural Resources workgroup facilitates geospatial data sharing and tool development to support natural resource work across Arizona. They provide a forum for geospatial informational exchange that enhances and supports government, tribal, private, and non-profit natural resource efforts through coordination and identification of cost sharing opportunities.
    • Work Plans
  • SPCS 2022 
    • Co-Chairs: Brian Fisher & Jack Avis
    • Description: The purpose of the SPCS 2022 workgroup is to organize Arizona Stakeholders so they may communicate with a unified voice regarding the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) proposed redesign of Arizona State Plane Coordinate Systems (SPCS) as well as advise the Arizona State Land Commissioner and other state agencies about potential proposals for State Statute updates regarding the Arizona SPCS.
    • Work Plans
  • UAS
    • Co-Chairs: Chuck PowellKasey Green
    • Description: The AGIC Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Workgroup works to help organizations and individuals incorporate or contract for UAS services as well as identify or develop educational resources.  Goals include building UAS mission suitability of use guidelines and flight requirements as well as identifying or developing educational materials, seminars, and other opportunities for information exchange.
    • Work Plans

 

Meeting dates can be found on the AGIC calendar

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