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September 17, 2019

Esri Tech Sessions

Advance Mobile Workflows for Work Orders Using ArcGIS – Pam Kersh

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Learn how to complement your work management system by providing your field inspectors with optimized routing capabilities and assign Workforce for ArcGIS assignments with Jupyter for Notebooks.

What’s New in ArcGIS  - Pam Kersh

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Every year at the Esri User Conference new and exciting advancements are unveiled.  This presentation will cover some of the highlights of what’s new in ArcGIS, what was released at the User Conference, and new improvements in our most popular software components.

ArcGIS Earth:  Maps for Everyone on Earth – Brad Owens

Part of the Esri Geospatial Cloud, ArcGIS Earth allows you to explore any part of the world. Work with a variety of 3D and 2D map data formats… including KML. Display data, sketch placements, measure distances and areas, and add annotations. ArcGIS Earth has everything you need to easily understand spatial information so you get the full picture.

Public Safety:  The members of your community Trust you to keep them safe.  Put your trust in GIS to get it right with smarter situational awareness. – Brad Owens

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Esri’s GIS mapping software supplies real-time, reliable information when you need it most. See where a threat is headed. Know who and what are at risk. Execute a smarter strategy across jurisdictions-all through the power of visualizing, analyzing, and acting on data through the lens of location.

Tracker for ArcGIS: An Introduction – Brig Bowles

Location tracking is a new capability available in ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Online allowing organizations to capture the location data of mobile workers, contractors and employees. Track information can be used within mapping apps, dashboards, and for analytics. Location tracking supports a variety of security and work management needs. Location tracks are stored and managed in a highly performant, data store and can be used for visualization and analysis. Using securely shared views, others within the organization can visualize and analyze track data by timeline, mode of travel, and accuracy.

Insights Local for ArcGIS – Brig Bowles

Explore data and perform advanced analytics such as spatial, statistical, predictive, and link analysis within an intuitive experience that works the way you do. Revolutionize decision-making with analysis that visually informs the organization of new, previously unexplored insights gained from the perspective of “where”.

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