There will be two hands-on training that will be offered on May 7 for FREE with paid full registration (unfortunately student registration does not qualify for this training). You can choose one of the following:
HANDS-ON DRONE TO GIS
Description: This training class will involve the use of a real drone to capture data from above the St Tammany Parish Government Complex. The data will be processed using ArcGIS. The Training Class will start at 9:00 am on Monday, May 7th and finish around 3:30pm. All materials will be provided just bring a notepad, a pen and your LARSGIS Workshop Registration Confirmation email.
Prerequisites: Some familiarity with ArcGIS. Must be pre-registered for the LARSGIS Workshop.
Instructor's Name: Andrew Milanes of Es2.
Location: St Tammany Parish Government Complex, 21490 Koop Drive in Mandeville, LA. 70471. Parish Computer Lab in Bldg. C. Look for the red signs to guide you. POC: Craig Johnson email@example.com (225/223-5922). Lunch will be provided.
Understanding Drone regulations
Types of UAS and Imagery Systems
Mission Planning and Ground Control
UAS Flight and Image Acquisition
Data Download and Image Processing Setup in Pix4D
Image Processing Results and QA/QC
Data Import into ArcGIS
Benefits: This workshop is designed to benefit those who plan to use drones for imagery collection, engineering work or as a data input to a geospatial project.
FROM MAPS-2-APPS WORKSHOP
Description: This is the intermediate level follow-up course to the Introduction to ArcGIS Online workshop. In this course, you will review how the Web Map is the core tool that allows you to create, configure, deploy, and share Off-the-Shelf Apps. Attendees will also learn how to build and share Apps using Web AppBuilder and how to create meaningful Story Maps. Please bring your LARSGIS Workshop Registration Confirmation email for admission to the training.
Prerequisites: Attendees must have a working fluency with ArcGIS Online. Must be pre-registered for the LARSGIS Workshop.
Instructor's Name: Pam Kersh & Michael Beavers, Esri
Location: Southeastern Louisiana University, Fayard Hall, Room 119, 1205 N. Oak Street, Hammond, LA 70402. POC: Molly McGraw: firstname.lastname@example.org (985/549-5278). Please park in the faculty lot on N. Oak Street in front of Fayard Hall. The lab is located on the ground floor tucked away behind the elevator on the left side. Look for the red signs to guide you. The training class will begin at 10:30 and finish at 4 pm. Lunch will be provided.
How to create and configure a Web Map
How to share a Web Map
Learn about the variety of Solutions available
How to select, create, configure, and share a Configurable, Off-the-Shelf App
How to build an App using Web AppBuilder
How to create and share a meaningful Story Map
Who Benefits: This workshop is designed to benefit those who maintain GIS data, people who perform and/or oversee GIS workflows, people who create and share GIS deliverables, and those who share GIS Information products with others in their Organizations and with the Public.