March 24, 2015 One Day Event

SCARC 2015 – A One Day Event

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Access the agenda here! (Posted 3/11/15)

Presentation Descriptions (Posted 3/11/15)

Lexington Municipal Complex – Conference Center
111 Maiden Lane
Lexington, South Carolina 29072

Parking Instructions – We ask that you use the large lot behind the Lexington County Administrative building and walk across the street, following the arrows, as noted in the map below.  Handicapped parking is available at the Municipal Complex.

scarc 2015 - 100 maiden ln lexington

Park and follow the green arrows across the street to the Municipal Complex. Click on this image to make larger.

The SCARC Board is excited to announce a new single day event format for March 24.  This will be the first time in ~14 years we have not had a 2 day conference event.   We expect this event to enable you to network and have a conference experience with more takeaways to apply back in the office for your time commitment to attend.    With a lower cost, we hope that those who may not normally attend will be present this year.

We are a volunteer-led organization, if not for the small group working for you our events would not take place.  Please consider getting involved.  Give a presentation.  Participate in conversations and meet someone new during the event, reach out to your neighbors and continue the conversation through social media afterwards.

Registration is now open! To register, please navigate here to RegOnline.  The cost to attend will be $65. (Let us know if cost is an issue and we may be able to work with you.)

The program at a glance
8:30 – 9:30 Maptionary – Network, have a little fun and exercise those cartography skills!  (Read this to learn more…)
9:45 – 3:30 Program
18 Presentations
10 Hours of experience shared
14 Sessions

Ideas submitted include python scripting for annexation process improvement, utilities mapping program, building street and address datasets, challenges in web app development while browser technology is shifting, public safety common operating viewers, story maps – a city perspective, and quick-tips for geocoding spreadsheets.

Also, a variety of Esri Staff presentations such as What is New at 10.3, ArcGIS Pro and Mobile Data Collection Best Practices will be offered.

Workshop Announcement: Enterprise GIS Basics

Please sign up for our March 9 workshop!  Browse to this page for more information.


Vendor Sponsorship Opportunities

Increase your company’s name and product recognition with GIS professionals from across the State of South Carolina and demonstrate your support by sponsoring this SCARC event.

Not only will you jump start your company’s name and product recognition, but GIS professionals will also witness your support of their invaluable initiatives.

If interested and you have questions, please “contact us” through our website.  To sponsor SCARC 2015, please browse to our registration site and choose one of the options:

  1. Silver ($250) offers one registration and recognition on our website and during the day of the event.  Sponsors will receive the attendee registration list by email 2 weeks before the conference, allowing you to reach out to the attendees.
  2. Gold ($500) offers two registrations, recognition on our website and during the day of the event and the attendee registration list. SCARC will provide a 5 minute lightning round for the vendor to provide whatever content they wish.  We prefer the time to be used as a thought leadership style presentation, but its your choice and can be used to describe products and services.

Gold Sponsorship registration will end Friday, February 6 in order for us to finalize our program.  You are still welcome to register as a silver sponsor to support our event.

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