Here it is – a top ten that I think John Calkins would approve.
Mosey on over to Esri’s monthly online magazine ArcWatch and see what the editor had to say about this year’s Plenary. If you don’t already receive this in your inbox, sign yourself up for this e-zine that is chock full of software info and interesting news.
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The Startup Zone at this year’s Esri UC was like a slice of Silicon Valley right in San Diego. More than 30 companies from the Esri Startup Program were there showing off some of the most innovative uses of ArcGIS. Here’s a quick look at a few of these amazing companies.
Take a peak at some creative cartography – the winners of the Map Gallery are now posted here.
Esri ICA and IMIA Excellence in Cartography Winner: 3D Model of Kauai.
Esri ICA and IMIA Excellence in Cartography Winner:Grand Canyon National Park.
And check back – Esri’s Mark Harrower will be sharing insights from the judges in the next couple of weeks.
Announced just this week at the EsriUC was the completed testing of ArcGIS Pro in virtualized environments, thanks to Esri teaming with Cisco, the worldwide leader in IT.
ArcGIS Pro reinvents desktop GIS. This 64-bit desktop application is a central part of the ArcGIS platform, letting you render, design and edit in 2D and 3D. You can work with multiple displays and layouts, and publish finished web maps directly to ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS. There is nothing stopping you from connecting to users throughout your organization or the world.
Executives from some of the world’s top businesses shared why a location platform is important to their business at the Esri Business Summit, which began July 18.
Located in the Hilton Bayfront, the Esri Business Summit ran for four days and included two days of high level talks from business leaders, the Esri UC Plenary, and paper and SIG sessions on Tuesday.
Who had more than 35,000 steps both Monday and Tuesday? Al, that’s who.
The Esri StepUp Challenge winner for both Monday and Tuesday is Al. We took a picture of his shoes, because when you walk more than 35,000 steps in one day, your shoes are pretty important.
There’s just so much to see and do at the Esri UC Showcase—and all of it’s cool. Here we compiled a list of some of the most remarkable sights and people.
The Startup Zone
Ooh, the up-and-comers in the Startup Zone. We talked to the creators of MapJam about their app that lets you make and share personal maps (via social media and even text messages). Instead of sending a PDF to your next birthday party you can send a real-time map that you can update constantly.
Ebola. The word caused widespread fear in the summer of 2014.
Stories about the outbreak of this deadly virus in west Africa dominated the news, whipping up worry thousands of miles away from what was ground zero for the epidemic.
One headline in a British newspaper screamed: Ebola Terror as Passenger Dies at Gatwick.
But at the World Health Organization (WHO), where epidemiologist Dr. Bruce Aylward was Assistant-Director – Polio and Emergencies, heads were cooler. Aylward was reassigned to lead the Ebola response for WHO and a response plan was underway.
World Health Organization (WHO) epidemiologist Dr. Bruce Aylward.