Data quality is one of the most overlooked aspects of managing a GIS. This year, at the Esri International User Conference, you can change that for your organization. There are several activities related to ArcGIS Data Reviewer, Esri’s data quality management extension, which you can attend/participate to learn how easy it is to implement an automated quality control system for your GIS data.
The popular data health checks are the best way to get your data assessed by an Esri industry expert. If you are working with any of these datasets – water/wastewater/stormwater, electric & gas, roads & highways, land records and addressing or if you are (or planning to be) a Community Maps contributor – you should sign up for a 45-min review of your data. Read how one of last year’s participants, the City of Sioux Falls, benefitted from their 2012 data health check!
New this year, we have a Special Interest Group meeting to discuss data quality management for the Desktop and Web. This is great gathering to learn what’s new and what’s coming in future releases for Data Reviewer, and to meet and network with other Data Reviewer users.
Interested in the Data Reviewer for Server extension that was released at 10.1? We have a number of sessions that provide an overview on what this product (and the Desktop extension) is all about and how you can implement it for your business needs.
We look forward to seeing you at the UC!