Ever wonder how a local government manages millions of assets to keep your city running? A new solution is to take advantage of citizen reporting. This course shows you the new enterprise path of data maturity which goes from smartphone feature collection to citywide dashboard view.
Master the connectivity of Esri AGOL, Survey 123, Collector, and Dashboards
Configure an app for mobile data collection
Integrate a web map with field apps
Request and assign a field workforce
Create public data entry forms for potholes and graffiti
Use a smartphone for infrastructure data collection
Setup a real-time dashboard to view your field data
Design a Field Data Collection Workflow: Smartphone to GIS Dashboard
Join this class to access to 9 modules to help you become the architect of your asset data collection workflow.
Millions of assets
(aka The city needs an efficient data collection workflow)
Apps that fit together
(aka The ArcGIS suite of apps)
The central map
(aka Design a web map for collaborative editing)
Collect your features
(aka Using Collector for field data entry)
The easy form
(aka Build your public form in Survey 123)
Coordinate the people
(aka Enable Workforce to manage your team in the field)
In the middle of nowhere
(aka Use a disconnected workflow)
(aka Setup widgets in your realtime dashboard view)
(aka Use admin role to control privileges)
You also get access to these bonuses
Top 10 list of public data REST end-points
Template data schemas for 4 field projects
Ready to deploy ArcGIS Project Package
What You'll Learn
With these skills you will be equipped to setup a enterprise field data collection workflow using workforce or crowd sources.
Become the data workflow admin
You will design the field data collection process.
Configure mobile apps
You will leverage a core suite of Esri AGOL products.
Build city dashboards
You will architect the dashboard for central decision making.
Who Should Attend
The GIS industry is projected to be worth $18B by 2023. Despite this massive growth in new applications, there hasn’t been a single place for all of us to quickly learn tried and true skills from successful Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). Until Now! The people that purchase this course are:
College students and graduates looking to get fast track industry insights
Government professionals looking to retrain themselves and remain relevant
Corporate professionals looking to maintain a competitive advantage with relevant projects.
About the Instructor
Shital Dhakal, GISP is a certified Geographic Information System (GIS) Consultant with more than a decade of experience in Esri's Enterprise ArcGIS stack and product architecture. He has an extensive GeoSpatial portfolio working for private firms, governments, and academia in Asia, Europe, and North America. He is a published author of many peer-reviewed scientific publications. He holds a Master of Science degree and also has been certified by Esri and GISCI. He regularly presents in various national and international conferences like CalGIS, Esri User Conference, International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Congress, etc. and is considered a thought leader in the applications of GIS technology for government workflows.
Why my course is useful
Local governments, big or small, rely on field data collection for monitoring progress, tracking and managing assets, responding to emergencies, managing workforce and supporting real time decision making. I share with students a data collection workflow that has these modern tech characteristics: low friction, mobile, crowdsourced, and real-time. Although this course is organized around data normally collected by municipalities, anyone working in State agencies, utilities, and academic institutions will benefit.
Why I built it
Personally I find myself spending a lot of time keeping up with changes in technology that impact workflows. The Bootcamp GIS paradigm has given me an outlet to share my knowledge for many other analysts and managers in local government that are seeking a timesaving and proven workflow in asset data collection. If I had a class like this when I started, it would have saved me a few months of tinkering.
What I hope for you
I hope you take the class and then two weeks later you have setup a robust field to server workflow for any city in the world. Seriously, you can do it!
Here's a Reminder Of EVERYTHING You'll Get Inside
Build a technical architecture using Esri apps
Understand the schema of a signs layer
Form creation in Survey 123
Configuring the Collector App
Integrate field and web maps
Manage fieldworkers using Workforce
Build a real-time dashboard
Administration in AGOL