This week I will be attending Esri’s User Conference in San Diego, California. The annual conference highlights the latest developments in GIS and future developments for Esri. The Plenary sessions are just about to get going and will include presentations from:
- Esri president Jack Dangermond and Esri experts show how GIS is transforming our world.
- Philadelphia Police Department, showing how they leverage GIS and crime data
- Case study how Horry County, South Carolina has implemented GIS
- Preview of James Fallows’ new “American Futures” project
- Presentation by Sam Pitroda, Advisor to the Prime Minister of India on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations with a rank of Cabinet minister, and telling the story how GIS has been used in India
I’ll be covering the opening sessions today, and also here for the week covering various panels.
More to come! Meanwhile, be sure to check out all the great GIS resources that GovLoop offers:
- GovLoop’s GIS Knowledge Hub
- The Power of GIS for Facilities Management [Infographic]
- How GIS Influences our Daily Lives [Infographic]
- GIS Interviews [Videos]
- Identifying the Promise of GIS for Gov [Guide]
|When Esri was founded in 1969, it realized even then that geographic information system (GIS) technology could make a difference in society. GIS helps people to solve problems at local, regional, national, and global scales. Access maps and apps at ArcGIS.com. Be sure to check out all the GIS resources produced by Esri and GovLoop.|