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If you’re headed to the 2022 Ohio GIS Conference, JMT Technology Group will see you there! The Ohio GIS Conference is being held from September 20 – 22 at the Marriot Columbus OSU Hotel in Columbus, OH. Visit the JMT Technology Group booth (Booth #11) to meet with our subject matter experts and win prizes!

Want more? Come check out our presentations:

Using Esri’s ArcGIS Hub Platform to Create a One-Stop GIS Resource Tool

Bob Pliszka, PMP, GISP & Maria Martin, JMT Technology Group, Wednesday, September 21, 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. |Track 1 | Room Franklin A The PennDOT Bureau of Planning & Research’s Geographic Information Division (GID) identified a need for a one-stop geospatial hub to act as the core communication, support, and resource center for PennDOT GIS data. Previously, PennDOT used different outlets to provide information and share data. Using Esri’s ArcGIS Hub cloud-based platform, JMT Technology Group designed the PennDOT Geospatial Hub as a modern engagement platform that organizes GIS users, data, applications, and support through a single experience. It contains both publicly accessible content along with content that is available only to internal PennDOT staff. The ArcGIS Hub is a no-code/low-code solution to web application development and leverages PennDOT's existing investment in and use of Esri’s Open Data portal, ArcGIS Online, and other Esri tools. By centralizing resources to PennDOT's GIS assets, the Hub will enable better use of data for planning, advanced analytics, and complex application development.

Enhancing Traffic Management Center Effectiveness Using GIS

Bob Pliszka PMP, GISP, JMT Technology Group, Thursday, September 22, 9:40 – 10:10 a.m. | Track 2 | Room Franklin B JMT was awarded a multi-year contract with the City of Syracuse, NY to manage their Traffic Management Center (TMC), supporting the Department of Public Works. Traffic management centers allow for decision-making and control for a region’s street and highway network with TMC operator decisions affecting a region’s traffic signals, intersections, roads, congestion, reliability, as well as incident response during special events, emergencies, and crashes. The Syracuse TMC identified the need for a tool that could incorporate multiple data sources into one interface to improve situational awareness and make better data-informed decisions. To meet this need, JMT Technology Group developed a web-based transportation dashboard for the TMC inside of the city's ArcGIS Online environment. A significant part of the effort involved identifying and evaluating the various data sources for inclusion in the pilot dashboard including near real-time data. The Syracuse TMC Dashboard is intended to supplement the center's other systems like their Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS). This presentation will cover the history of the project, evaluation process for the data sources, a tour of the dashboard, and planned future enhancements.

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