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Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
Where are you with gis and geolocation
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Where are you with gis and geolocation

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This is a short presentation I put together for Science Day, grades 6-8. Learn what you can do with GIS and Geolocation to make a difference in the world. Also, look at how to create, explore and …

This is a short presentation I put together for Science Day, grades 6-8. Learn what you can do with GIS and Geolocation to make a difference in the world. Also, look at how to create, explore and share maps at www.arcgis.com.

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  • 1. Where in the world are you? …with GIS and Geolocation Allan Laframboise @AL_Laframboise
  • 2. Who am I? Who are you?
  • 3. What is my job?
  • 4. GIS Application Developer
  • 5. Solve “Geo” Problems
  • 6. Geography “Geo” = Earth study of the earth and where things are
  • 7. Problems… Pollution Disasters Energy Resources Growth
  • 8. Need Tools! GIS Maps Computers GPS Internet LBS
  • 9. What’s GIS?
  • 10. Geographic + Information + Systems
  • 11. GIS Mapping tool for modeling things on the Earth
  • 12. Layers of information on maps…
  • 13. information = real-world
  • 14. Simple Mapping Tools
  • 15. GIS Mapping Tools www.arcgis.com > Gallery
  • 16. Map things in the real-world… Energy Agricultural Carbon Aviation Forecasting Efficiency Management Safety Homeland Community Disaster Public Security Growth Management Health Coastal Invasive Water Air Management Species Management Quality
  • 17. What do these things have in common?
  • 18. Geolocation! Latitude: 40 N Longitude: 110 W
  • 19. What is Geolocation?
  • 20. Location
  • 21. Objects
  • 22. Earth
  • 23. Pop Quiz! What is your Geolocation?
  • 24. Find your Geolocation by street address e.g. 380 New York St, Redlands, California
  • 25. Find your Geolocation by computer address e.g. 96.40.104.91
  • 26. Geolocation with GPS
  • 27. GPS Global Positioning System Latitude: 40 N Longitude: 110 W
  • 28. Find your Geolocation with GPS
  • 29. Find your Geolocation with cell towers
  • 30. Share your Geolocation with social media
  • 31. How can you use GIS & Geolocation? 32
  • 32. Team Jordan www.jordanromero.com
  • 33. What problems can you solve with GIS & Geolocation? Energy Agricultural Carbon Aviation Forecasting Efficiency Management Safety Homeland Community Disaster Public Security Growth Management Health Coastal Invasive Water Air Management Species Management Quality 34
  • 34. Your Task! 1. Map your geolocation! 2. Solve a “geo” problem! HINT #1: http://edn1.esri.com/demos/html5/html5.html (FireFox only!) HINT #2: http://www.arcgis.com
  • 35. @AL_Laframboise alaframboise@esri.com

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