With ESRIUC just around the corner you may be planning out your conference week while also wondering about local places to eat and drink. No worries as you can consult this handy Story Map built by Esri’s own Ruppert Essinger. This map will guide you to many local favorites
Are you interested in spreading the word about what you have planned during ESRIUC conference week? We’d like to help get your message out there. You’ve spend loads of time planning for the conference, you have events, activities, presentations, contests, and social activities planned. Now you need to get word out – That’s where we’d like to help support your efforts.
Yes indeed, are you looking for a chance to get on stage at ESRIUC (well, not the main stage but the next best thing!) The crew is still accepting lightning talk pitches. this is a chance for you to tell your story with a slide deck in 5 minutes or less.. a great opportunity!
- Share one great idea — Tell a story, motivate, and of course, inspire.
- Make it quick — Presentations must be five minutes or less.
- No live demos — Slides only, although they do not need to auto-advance.
What can you do with Drone2Map? A presentation about the new, Drone2Map for ArcGIS filmed on location at the 2016 Esri DevSummit event, Palm Springs, CA. Learn about the capabilities of this new product from Esri, expected to be released later in 2016
The Esri conference season is well underway with the FedUC in DC and the DevSummit in Palm Springs having taken place. Glenn was on location at DevSummit in Palm springs and shares some images in this gallery… enjoy! Were you at DevSummit? What did you enjoy and take away from the event?
The one where I drive back to San Diego from Palm Springs and talk about a few days at DevSummit with the GeoGeeks! In this solo edition I rolled a solo Devsummit summary while driving back from Palm Springs… What did you like most about DevSummit?
Walgreens has used GEO technology for close to 15 years for market planning.
I always make the time to have a one on one at ESRIUC with Ted Florence, CEO and get caught up on his flagship product, chat some hockey, and get some candid comments about life as a software solution provider. This year Ted pulled out his iPad and showed me the most recent build of PDF Maps (http://www.avenza.com/pdf-maps) and as usual, I was Wow’d!
GIS is all about the data, it always has been and I’ve been preaching that since 1999 I believe. ArcGIS Online is the platform, however, without rich, 3D data, what’s the point right? ArcGIS Online is the gateway that Esri wants you to use as your access point for feature rich, 3D, raster and vector data and media. As AGO matures we are now hearing about the next step in the evolution – The Living Atlas http://doc.arcgis.com/en/living-atlas/. The Living Atlas was a focal point of Jack Dangermond’s plenary keynote at ESRIUC on Monday morning, with demos spinning on the Globe and Jack encouraging the user community to use it and contribute – yes, it also made my list of 10 things that turned my head at ESRIUC!
I’m often asked by colleagues, “What got your attention at UC?” Indeed there isn’t a quick answer for this as there really was so much to see and digest. There were, however, 10 things that jumped out at me and I’m pleased to share in Top 10 style, much the way I do every year. And so, please find 10 Things that turned my head at ESRIUC (in no particular order), along with several “bonus” inclusions.
There was no shortage of head turning moments at ESRIUC this year. Some of the things that jumped out at me and have gotten a mention in this first post include: the Living Atlas, Esri Startup Zone, A new product called Insight, UAVs, the PDF Map Store, and MapBox!
Read on for details in this feature on GISuser – What got your attention?