Locating the Future Conference Call for Presentations
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Posted by: Chris Nussman
NENA and URISA are pleased to announce
the newly re-engineered Locating the Future Conference (formerly known as the URISA/NENA Addressing Conference). The conference will take place at the
historic Union Station in St. Louis, Missouri from November 3-6, 2013.
the new theme, comes an invigorated slate of topics relating to location,
addressing, public safety, emergency management and 911. The world is changing at a rapid pace and
technologies related to location are more and more common. How do location and addressing adapt?
Call for Presentations
participating as a speaker to showcase innovation, case studies, and best
practices. There is a format to fit your speaking style, from a formal
presentation and panel discussion to a complete interactive session or IGNITE
your presentation idea online by July 1, 2013.
Ideas to Consider
The Locating the Future Conference Committee welcomes all
presentation ideas and has proposed the following list of suggested topics for
your consideration. (Note that all abstracts received
will be reviewed and considered for the conference program regardless of the list
below...these are just suggestions.)
Addresses in the
concepts – How do people read their addresses?
expectations of map/address data. How do new generations deal with
addresses or read maps? Digital maps…
based addressing applications. How to get addresses out to the users in
an enterprise via the web or new alternative services?
design? Tools to create address databases for everyone
structure location (address point) & how to show it in a GIS
wide GIS and Addressing/ Enterprise wide address repositories
is the MSAG going to work in a point based system? What is it going to become?
mapping solutions – CAD/NG9-1-1 and mapping integrations
and alternative addressing
addresses – Mile posts (highways, parks, trails, beaches, campus situations)
schemes – forensic addressing
The Business of
economics of Addressing – how to save or make money with good addresses?
does it relate to mapping? Addresses to support broadband
your services (GIS/Addressing as a service)
Standards on GIS Data model and Site Structure models
requirements from the local to the state level – data sharing in an enterprise
paradigms in 9-1-1/GIS