Thu, Sep. 14, 2017, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. Eastern Time

Session Overview

The goal of any operations centre is to provide situational awareness and share data across its user community for better coordination and decision making. GIS was built specifically to collect, analyze and disseminate information in a more intuitive and understandable way, through a map.

Esri’s ArcGIS platform empowers organizations to achieve shared situational awareness by integrating multiple sources of information and making it accessible to emergency responders through dynamic maps, dashboards and web applications.

Thu, Sep. 21, 2017, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. Eastern Time

Session Overview

Esri Story Maps are a great way to tell your story by combining authoritative maps with narrative text, images and multimedia content. The ready-to-use, configurable templates do much of the work for you, however, sometimes there is a need to take your story map to the next level with customizations. This session will introduce story maps and explore the available configurable templates. You will learn how to customize story maps without having to download and host the application yourself. We’ll also review best practices for create compelling story maps.

Thu, Oct. 5, 2017, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. Eastern Time

Session Overview

Whether you need to extract actionable information from satellite imagery or use drone data to support your projects, ArcGIS provides you with the tools and workflows required to accomplish your goals. Join us as we look at the new capabilities available in ArcGIS for integrating and extracting information from imagery. We’ll also explore how you can use parallel processing and distributed computing to process imagery in a fraction of the time traditionally required. 

Tue, Oct. 17, 2017, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. Eastern Time

Session Overview

A municipal road network is complex. Not just in the quantity of streets and intersections, but of all the information that “hangs off” every section of road. Some are obvious such as the pavement type, or light poles. Others are less obvious such as the median barrier, or culvert headwalls. Some are even invisible like storm sewer pipes or traffic sensors. Add onto that a plethora of intangible pieces of data like collision history, pavement condition, speed limits, 911 address points, emergency detour routes, and the list goes on and on.