Western NY GIS Users Group

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For more information, contact James B. Jones, PE, CFM, Town Engineer

Town of Tonawanda Technical Support Dept.

Please see the calendar for regional meetings.

Next Event: Jingle Mingle

 

Friday December 8th, 2017

What follows well with a nice thanksgiving with loved ones? A Jingle Mingle with your GIS peeps. At the end of your work day on Friday December 8th, swing by the Lenox Grill for our User Group end of the year social.

Happy Thanksgiving.

WNYGIS Steering Committee

The WNYGIS User Group has been around for more than 20 years in one form or another striving to promote GIS and keep our GIS community connected and informed. We hope we are providing a value to you and we hope you can support our efforts by taking these opportunities when you can.

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Jim Jones
WNYGIS Steering Committee Chair
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Next Geocove Lunch & Learn. Please note, there's a new date! Come learn what 3D technology was used in BigHero 6 and Zootopia - and how you can use it for your organization. ... See MoreSee Less

Lunch & Learn: CityEngine - An Introduction

February 28, 2018, 12:00pm - February 28, 2018, 1:30pm

The session of the day is: "Introduction to CityEngine" Speakers: Brooks Patrick, Devin Lavigne, Pascal Mueller Esri CityEngine is a powerful tool for generating 3D content from the 2D GIS data you already have, but the effectiveness of the tool relies very much on the quality and depth of useful information provided by your data. For example, building footprints with heights, roof form type, and exterior wall type will create more realistic, procedurally generated structures than footprints alone. This session will introduce the procedural CGA scripting language and discuss the kinds of features and attributes on which they will rely. It will also discuss how thematic representations of your data, rather than a pure photo realistic view, can be a powerful addition to how you view your data in 3D.

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