shrug-l: HAZUS-MH Comprehensive Data Management System Training -
Nov 18-21 - Tallahassee, Daytona, and Ft Lauderdale
Richard.Butgereit at em.myflorida.com
Thu Oct 9 00:08:52 EDT 2008
The Florida HAZUS User Group, FEMA, and the Florida Division of Emergency Management announce training the week of November 17-21 at 3 locations in Florida. This free training will allow emergency managers and GIS managers to better build and share data for use with HAZUS.
The HAZUS-MH Comprehensive Data Management System (CDMS) web portal will make it much easier for HAZUS users to import and manage Level 1 datasets for use with HAZUS analyses. The CDMS web portal allows the user to manage the same datasets that are managed through the CDMS desktop version: 1) Site specific inventory; 2) General building stock; and 3) Building specific data, including building attributes. The CDMS web portal has two important features that are valuable to Florida applications: 1) as a web-based tool with little software requirements, it will increase the user base in Florida; and 2) the web portal has role based security feature, which means that user roles can be defined, an important feature in statewide data management. The hands-on training will highlight these features and capabilities in the CDMS web portal.
Tuesday, November 18---Tallahassee
Thursday, November 20---Daytona Beach
Friday, November 21---Fort Lauderdale
For more information on these trainings, please visit http://www.floridadisaster.org/gis.
For more information on the Florida HAZUS User Group, please visit http://flhug.hazus.org.
For more information on the HAZUS-MH CDMS, please visit http://www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/hazus/hz_cdms2.shtm.
For those who are unfamiliar with HAZUS, please note that this course will only include a brief review of HAZUS and is not an Introduction to HAZUS course! But experience with HAZUS-MH is also not a pre-requisite!
City, county, and state GIS staff involved in building facility and property appraiser databases stand to gain the most from this training opportunity.
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GIS Administrator, Florida DEM
richard.butgereit at em.myflorida.com
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