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GIS Pro 2013: URISA’s 51st Annual Conference for GIS Professionals.  The conference will take place at the Rhode Island Convention Center which is connected directly by a skywalk to our Headquarters’ Hotel, the Omni Providence (previously the Westin Providence)  http://www.urisa.org/gispro2013

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Wednesday, September 18 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Keynote Address

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GIS-Pro is very pleased to welcome David Salzer and Patrick Santoso from the University of New Hampshire’s Technology Transfer Center.  They presented the keynote address at the 2013 GIS/CAMA Technologies Conference to rave reviews. You’re in for a treat!

New Hampshire Mosaic: The Power of a Composite Land Base
Governments around the world are awakening to the power of composite land bases and the efficiencies and cost savings that they can yield.  In the US, multiple states including New Hampshire have begun developing composite land bases.  The New Hampshire Mosaic is a compilation of GIS parcel boundaries and computer assisted mass appraisal (CAMA) data, sourced from each of the 235 taxing jurisdictions in the state.  Property information is augmented with real estate transfer information on a weekly basis from each of the 10 County Registries of Deeds.  New Hampshire Mosaic is being leveraged by over 10 state agencies in a variety of disciplines.  Learn about the Mosaic and its utilization, methodologies, workflows, and the potential challenges of large scale composite land base development.

Speakers
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David Salzer

David Salzer manages the Mosaic Parcel Map Project at the Technology Transfer Center.  He received his BS and MS in Civil Engineering from UNH in '05 and '07 respectively and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. David also manages a number of "Special Projects" for the center including; the Municipal GIS Assistance Program, the New Hampshire Damage Estimation Program, and Tax Administration Program Development.
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Patrick Santoso

Patrick Santoso is the Property Tax Equalization Manager at the Technology Transfer Center.  He has a BS and MS from UNH in Engineering and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. In addition to Property Tax Equalization Patrick also manages Road Salt Reduction in winter maintenance, Municipal Road Surface Management, process automation, and GIS data collection projects.


Wednesday September 18, 2013 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Ballroom

Attendees (40)