An hour long session titled, ArcGIS Pro Parcel Fabric: It’s not a matter of if, but when!, will be hosted by Jason Poser of Buffalo County along with Frank Conkling of Panda Consulting. It will take place on Thursday, February 20th, at 10:30 AM in our Land Records Track. If you are considering implementing the parcel fabric or already have but are now considering a transition to the ArcGIS Pro environment this presentation is for you.
According to Jason Poser entities implementing Esri’s Parcel Fabric for ArcGIS Desktop should know that change is coming, and that change is called ArcGIS Pro. Under the umbrella of the DOA and SCO’s statewide parcel mapping incentive, many entities throughout the state have invested heavily in the development, creation, and curation of the statewide parcel mapping since 2014. With the adoption of ArcGIS Pro Parcel Fabric on the horizon, what should counties, municipalities, and state agencies expect when users move to the next generation of the Esri Parcel Fabric platform?
Buffalo County is sharing its experience of the transition. The presentation will highlight the advancements of Esri’s latest platform and how Buffalo County has implemented them. Buffalo County’s parcel fabric partner Panda Consulting will be on hand to demonstrate the workflow counties will undertake.
The historical context of the statewide parcel fabric and how it relates to future county parcel mapping actives will be discussed. The presentation will also cover how a versioned, multi-user SQL Server Enterprise database is moved to an ArcGIS Server Data Store.
Come prepared with your questions for a QA session with county, state and vendor partners at the conclusion of presentation a discussion session will occur. One of the objectives of the presentation is to flush out the potential macro and micro ramifications of moving to ArcGIS Pro.
In addition to this session Frank Conkling will also be hosting a full day workshop on the ArcGIS Pro Parcel Fabric. To learn more about this full day workshop check out the flyer.