Posted on: June 28, 2018 at 2:24 PM    

Well done to our team members who will be presenting at the New Zealand Esri User Conference (NZEUC) to be held in Auckland from 20-22 August 2018.  

Stacy Rendall will be presenting two abstracts.  The first is a "GeometryEngine lightning talk", where he will outline what the JavaScript API geometryEngine can do, how to use it and briefly demo a few examples of synchronous and asynchronous use cases.  The second is titled "Quieter or Faster?" which will focus on preference-based cycle routing with OpenStreetMap data, describing our preference-based cycle routing system.  This is derived from OpenStreetMap data using an ArcPy process, and will present our cycle choice web app which integrates into our TravelWhiz platform.

Hamish Kingsbury will be presenting on work he has undertaken on secondment to the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) Alliance. Using two separate workflows, he will demonstrate and explain the processes that allow for the automation of image caching, data migration, service creation and service publishing using ArcPy. The developed process have cut the amount of hands on work from 4+ hours, to 30 minutes and allows for a much smoother, consistent and faster authoring of incoming data.

Subodh Dhakal is presenting “Dynamic Catchment Area Generator” describing creating hydrological catchment on demand on the webviewer for the culverts along Christchurch to Picton stretch of the Road and Railway corridor. The custom web appbuilder process was setup to help the storm-water team at North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) formed to re-establish road and rail corridor following the 7.8 magnitude Kaikoura earthquake on 14 November 2016.

NZEUC18 snip