Governments are faced with new opportunities to shape our communities. In order to be successful planning and engineering disciplines must balance the needs of people, infrastructure and the environment. One way to make this shift is to use the proper smart tools to model the impacts of proposed development, adjust to shifting demographics and lifestyles, and account for changes in climate change and economic shifts.
Join us Tues. Feb 18 from 2-3 p.m. E.T./11 a.m. – noon PT to learn how Esri’s Smart Community Information System uses geographic information systems to help communities learn and adapt through real-time data. Agencies can then deliver intelligent design of infrastructure, ultimately supporting urban mobility, resiliency, and sustainability.
Specifically, you’ll learn how smart communities can achieve balance by embracing GIS technology that:
- Facilitates human-centered design and supports holistic 3D planning for real-world context.
- Provides models, benchmarks, and analysis to support the establish of resilient and sustainable communities.
- Uses infrastructure as a sensor for constant feedback and improvement.
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