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ArcGIS Urban: Planning for the Future

Around the world, organizations use GIS to visualize the built environment, make smarter plans, engage stakeholders, and foster vibrant communities. Government leaders, partners, and citizens increasingly expect engaging online maps of their community that convey planning information in an easy-to understand way. Attend this session for an introduction to ArcGIS Urban, and learn how to get started with ArcGIS Urban in your own community.

ArcGIS Apps for the Field

Learn how to use ArcGIS apps to help plan, coordinate, run, and monitor field operations. See how ArcGIS apps (Workforce for ArcGIS, Navigator for ArcGIS, Collector for ArcGIS, Survey123 for ArcGIS, Explorer for ArcGIS, Tracker for ArcGIS, ArcGIS QuickCapture, and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS) work together to optimize fieldwork.

ArcGIS Enterprise: What's New and Coming

As more organizations make the ArcGIS Enterprise platform the center of their GIS, it continues to expand and improve in all aspects, from advanced analytics to innovative web maps and apps. This workshop will showcase the latest functionalities of ArcGIS Enterprise and give a preview of what's to come. There will be something for everyone—users, publishers, administrators, and managers. Join us to see new enhancements and to get ideas on how you can introduce new features in your organization.

ArcGIS HUB: Designing and Implementing Initiatives for State and Local Governments ArcGIS Hub helps communities meet the goals of their initiatives faster and more effectively. Built on the ArcGIS platform, Hub maximizes data sharing, communication, analysis, and collaboration. This tech workshop will describe how state and local governments leverage the ArcGIS Hub to support a variety of programs, manage projects, measure performance goals, and share results with their constituents.

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