Next week (February 9-10, 2015), Esri is holding a Federal GIS Conference to inspire government employees to share ideas, best practices, and more. Over 3000 government professionals and leaders will join together in Washington, D.C. to combat real-world challenges with real solutions that utilize GIS technology.
Esri technology is helping the government become more resilient while confronting our nations biggest issues such as transportation, depleting natural resources, climate change, public safety, national security, failing economy, and disaster preparedness and response. It is essential for government employees that are making impactful decisions on a daily basis to learn how to best utilize GIS as an informative, analytical tool. The conference will drive attendees to do just that.
Esri has seen evolving interaction between technology users and developers. The conference will highlight how GIS and spatial analysis technology has been enhanced to better map and perform cartographic tasks. Attendees will be guaranteed opportunities to:
- Share best practices for technology change management
- Learn from real-world examples
- Develop the skills to integrate data into daily projects
These skills will be harnessed through attending sessions such as “Great Story Map Apps and How to Emulate Them”, “Using Smartphones and Tablets in Disconnected Environments”, and Big Data and Analytics: ArcGIS in Practice”. Each session will be facilitated by current leaders that have utilized GIS as a part of their decision making routine.
Do not miss out on a conference that will be sure to help you become the most innovative, strategic thinker in their office. Click on this link to register and learn more!