Minneapolis, MN - The Minneapolis Convention Cener
The IAAO Conference is the must- attend annual industry event. IAAO offers a variety of lucrative and rewarding opportunities to increase your organization’s exposure and introduce you to enthusiastic industry professionals. In addition, EagleView will be showcasing its newest technology and celebrating the first annual National Assessors Day Tuesday, September 25th. Visit us in booth 301 to find out how to participate or visit www.eagleview.com/assessors-day.
Join us for a National Assessor’s Day celebration to be remembered!
When: Tuesday, September 25th, 8-11pm
Where: Pourhouse 10 S 5th St #11, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Details: Drinks, light appetizers and live entertainment will be provided!
Visit Booth 301 to get your invitation.
Manual Data Entry vs. Technology
Monday 9/24, 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM
Room L 100 F
Salim Mohammed, EagleView
During a given assessment cycle, the average assessor can spend up to one-third of their valuable time undertaking manual data entry tasks. In this session, we will discuss some of the new technology that EagleView, the provider of Pictometry imagery, is developing and deploying to bring greater efficiency to the assessment workflow and demonstrate how advancements in machine learning can provide assessors with crucial information, including property condition.
Quick, Automated, and Accurate Sketches in Adams County
Tuesday 9/25, 10:45-11:45am
Room L 100 D
Trent Pell GISP, Senior Technical Manager, EagleView
Lisa Gasko, Township Assessor, Quincy, IL
In 2017, the City of Quincy, IL, along with Adams County, IL, began migrating to their first property data-driven CAMA system. The city conducted a pilot project to extract property data directly from aerial oblique and orthogonal imagery. This presentation will demonstrate how the project helped the City of Quincy achieve its goal of producing highly accurate property sketches to quickly and accurately populate their CAMA system.
Plenary Session: Drones – Mapping the Future
Wednesday 9/26 8:00-9:30 am