Advanced Development: TOD Real Estate, Analysis-Visualization, and GIS-Train Control

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Thursday, September 7, 2017
10:30 a.m. - noon EDT

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Overview

Learn about advanced techniques for modernizing real estate management and TODs, methods for data analysis and visualization during development review, and WMATA’s linking GIS with train control systems.

  • Is That My Parcel? Modernizing Real Estate and Transit Oriented Development using GIS
    Scott Sugar, Geospatial Technology Team Lead, HNTB, Atlanta, GA
    Richard S. Slaton, CCIM – Director of Real Estate, MARTA, Atlanta, GA
    Darin Welch- Geospatial Solutions Manager, HNTB, Chicago, IL 
  • Development Review - Data Storage, Analysis, and Visualization with PostgreSQL, ESRI Server, and Geocortex Essentials
    Krystal Phaneuf, GIS Specialist, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, San Jose, CA
  • Development of Live Train Map – An Integration of GIS and Train Control System
    Minhua Wang, GIS Enterprise Architect, WMATA , Washington DC

Speakers

Krystal Phaneuf

Krystal Phaneuf is a full time, onsite contractor at Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. She manages multiple servers with both ESRI and Geoserver, PostgreSQL databases, and Geocortex web services. Her background is mostly environmental, but has enjoyed working with and analyzing transit data. Read More

Minhua Wang

Minhua Wang currently serves as Enterprise GIS Architect at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and has overall responsibility for all WMATA GIS enterprise architectures. Dr. Whang ensures that GIS is deployed enterprise-wide in conformance with the overall WMATA IT architecture, provides executive advice and counsel on emerging GIS technologies ... Read More

Scott Sugar

Geospatial Technology Solutions Team Lead, HNTB Scott is a Project Manager and the Geospatial Technology Solutions team lead with HNTB in Atlanta. After graduating from Appalachian State University with degrees in Community and Regional Planning and Physical Geography (GIS), he split his time managing an array of geospatial... Read More

Contact Info

Wendy Nelson, wnelson@urisa.org