Open Data, Maps and More for Decision Making

APA North Carolina Chapter


Friday, June 28, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. EDT

Asheville, NC, United States

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This session will present Esri's ArcGIS Online Open Data and ArcHUB technologies, example

implementations, and the City of Asheville and LOSRC Open Data platforms, as well as

discuss the uses and benefits, and provide some general tips for launching and managing

your own open data.

The objectives of this session are to:

- Understand the uses and benefits of open data, which can be shared with decision-makers,

staff and public alike;

- Learn about how to build and publish maps and web applications that leverage open data;

- See how both Open Data and ArcHUB technologies can be used for community


- Gain inspiration from other communities’ implementations; and

- Learn about the City of Asheville and LOSRC Open Data platforms and provide feedback.


Christie Roland

Christie is an Esri Account Manager focused on supporting local governments in utilizing the power of location intelligence to build data driven, smart communities. She has a graduate certificate in GIS, and an MA in Heritage Preservation from Georgia State University. Read More

Anthony Myers

Anthony is a Business Development Team Lead and Solution Engineer at Esri for the Local Government business unit. Anthony has over 18 years of experience in Information Technology, Local Government and Business Leadership, and Enterprise System Design and implementation. He is finalizing a Master in Geospatial Information Science and Technology ... Read More

Eric Jackson

Eric works to build the City's capacity to use data and analytics to achieve the right outcomes, effectively adjust tactics when we don't, and ensure that we are all operating from a shared picture of reality. His current interest is in the ways that the use of data ... Read More

Mary Roderick

Mary Roderick is a regional planner with a background in watershed restoration and stormwater management, as well as water and sewer infrastructure systems. She completed her doctorate at the University of Washington, and her research is focused on geodesign-based, multi-scalar and multi-functional green infrastructure planning. While at the UW, she ... Read More

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