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With so much going on at UC, sometimes you just need a break. Over the past two years, the GeoLounge has quickly become a popular place to rest your feet and connect with other GIS professionals.
This year, Esri’s free data health checks will be offered for water and wastewater, as well as land records, at the ArcGIS for You island. Industry experts will run an analysis on your data in a file or personal geodatabase and provide a report of any error findings. You can sign-up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the 2011 Esri UC, the GIS team from the City of Woodland—a 55,000-population town in California—took advantage of Esri’s free data health checks for water and wastewater. Continue reading
More than seminars, papers, and map galleries, the Esri UC is GIS in action
One of our favorite parts of the Esri UC is learning about the diverse ways people all over the world use geospatial technology to solve problems, improve communities, and inspire change. And even though the UC is still several months away, we still love learning about, and sharing, this great work.
With that in mind, we’re launching a new feature that highlights recent stories from around the world that showcase innovative and inspirational uses of geospatial technology. We will be posting new volumes every few weeks. Continue reading
What makes the Esri UC a one-of-a-kind event is the ability to connect face-to-face with more than 14,000 users from all over the globe. Meeting other users who share your passion and address the same challenges you do, even if they live on the other side of the planet, is an inspiring and empowering experience.
When registration for the 2012 Esri UC opened, Tom Beckett was ready. While over 300 of you registered on the first day, Tom was the first to complete his registration. In recognition of his status as the first registrant, we recently spoke with Tom about his experiences at UC and how the power of where influences is work. Continue reading
For many of our users, the opportunity to spend a week in San Diego is one of the best parts about UC. From the beaches and the weather to outstanding restaurants and one-of-a-kind attractions, San Diego offers a wealth of activities to experience during your week at UC.
We recently asked you to tell us about some of your favorite places in San Diego. You responded with dozens of restaurants (The Tin Fish, Dick’s Last Resort and Fred’s Mexican Café were well represented) and suggestions (catching a Padres game or strolling along the beach) that are too numerous for us to completely list. Continue reading
Did you know that the Map Gallery at UC contains nearly 1,000 displays that spotlight fascinating topics from users all around the world?
We recently asked you to tell us about some of your favorite maps from UC. The following is a collection of the maps you’ve identified as some of the most memorable from the past few years.
Tracking the Economic Disaster in the United States