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With the 2011 Esri International User Conference starting in a few days, I wanted to inform and encourage you to attend the many electric, gas, and pipeline events and activities going on at the UC.
Here’s an online utilities agenda to help with your planning; http://www.esri.com/events/user-conference/agenda/flyers/2011-electic-gas.pdf
For more information about the User Conference, please visit; http://www.esri.com/events/user-conference/index.html
See you in San Diego!!
This year’s meeting was held at the Orlando Utilities Commission, Pershing Facility.
We had a great turnout this year and I would like to thank all of the attendees. I know that travel budgets continue to be tight. Participants this year included Hamton Roads Sanitation District, Charleston Water System, Orlando Utilities Commission, Woolpert, Esri Canada, St. Johns River Water Management District, Global Water, Collier County Public Utilities, Trimble, American Flow Control, City Works, DHI, and Wachs Water Services.
A big thank you to Trimble and Wachs Water Services for sponsoring breakfast and lunch!
We will be posting the presentations and the agenda from this meeting in the near future!
See Esri and network with fellow water/wastewater professionals August 5th at the LA County Hydraulic Model Users Group meeting, hosted by IDModeling and the City of Arcadia.From 11:30-1:30, enjoy lunch and presentations from IDModeling, Esri, and Glendale Water & Power (Full agenda below). This event is open to all water/wastewater utilities. To attend, please RSVP with Paul Hauffen of IDModeling at email@example.com
Los Angeles County Hydraulic Model Users Group
City of Arcadia
Council Chambers Conference Room
240 W. Huntington Drive
Arcadia, CA 91006
August 5, 2010
Lunch Provided by IDModeling
Lunch & Discussion Topics | 11:30?12:00pm
- Share and Tell
- Latest Model Applications
- Uni?directional Flushing, Water Quality, Pipe?break, Analysis, Energy
- Next Meeting:
Break | 12:00?12:15pm
Presentations & Discussion | 12:15 – 1:15pm
- ArcGIS 10 Supporting Water/Wastewater Operations – Guru Ganesarethinam and Zichuan Ye, Esri
- Using the Hydraulic Model to Reduce Storage and Increase Fireflow: A San Luis Rey Case Study ? Leighton Fong, P.E., Glendale Water & Power
Online Training Program Status and Feedback | 1:15ish – 1:30pm
06/03/10—ESRI will retire the World
Events Imagery service on June 7, 2010. This service contains only post Hurricane Ike imagery for the Galveston, Texas, area in 2008.
ESRI will continue to publish other services with medium to high resolution imagery for various locations around the world related to major events, such as, hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and floods. Imagery for recent events, such as, the Haiti
Earthquake and Tennessee Flooding were published recently through separate services. Visit ArcGIS.com to find featured content for recent world events or to search your other content.
Imagery service will be retired and removed from the ArcGIS Online servers (http://services.arcgisonline.com and http://server.arcgisonline.com). If you are referencing it in your maps and applications, please update or remove those
references before it is retired to prevent any broken connections.
Map Service Name: CSP_Imagery_Events_World_2D
ArcGIS Desktop/Explorer URL: http://services.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/services
ArcGIS Server Web ADF URL: http://server.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/services/Specialty/CSP_Imagery_Events_World_2D/MapServer
SOAP API URL: http://services.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/services/Specialty/CSP_Imagery_Events_World_2D/MapServer?wsdl
ArcGIS APIs: http://server.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/Specialty/CSP_Imagery_Events_World_2D/MapServer
If you have questions or concerns, please contact us
in our forums.
It’s that time of the year again! Our International User Conference 2009 is right around the corner. We hope to meet the familiar faces that join us year after year as well as some new faces this year. If you are not familiar with our User Conference, you can find information at our UC website or if you wish to peek into our UC preparation, check out our UC 2009 photo gallery!
As much as UC is exciting, informative and the one place to be, it may also be overwhelming, simply because of the sheer number of events, workshops and presentations. Fortunately, the UC events schedule is available online and you can search and plan your agenda ahead. I have compiled a list of Java specific events and presentations at this year’s UC with hopes to ease out your planning. Please follow the links to add the events to your planner.
Technical Workshop and Demo Theatres
We offer technical workshops (TW) that will cover a broader aspect of product and development as well as demo theatres (DT) that are more informal presentations on a focused topic. Here is the list:
Tuesday, July 14th, 2009
Developing Web Applications with Java (TW)
10:15 A. M – 11:30 A.M. at Room 6 E
Securing your ArcGIS Server for the Java platform site (TW)
1:30 P. M – 2:45 P. M at Room 8
Building Solutions with ArcGIS Engine and Java (TW)
3:15 P. M – 4:30 P. M at Room 15 A
Wednesday, July 15th, 2009
Server Object Extensions with Java (DT)
9:00 A. M – 10:00 A. M at Showcase Software Island –Server GIS (Exhibit Hall C)
ArcGIS Server –Java Web ADF Editing Task Enhancements (DT)
10:00 A.M – 11:00 A.M at Showcase Software Island –Server GIS (Exhibit Hall C)
Using ArcGIS Java Web Services Toolkit (DT)
2:00 P.M – 3:00 P.M at Showcase Software Island –Server GIS (Exhibit Hall C)
Rapid Application Development using ArcGIS Engine and Java (DT)
4:00 P.M – 5:00 P.M at Showcase Software Island – Desktop Developer (Exhibit Hall C)
Thursday, July 16th, 2009
Building rich applications using ArcGIS Engine and RCP (DT)
10:00 A.M. -11:00 A.M at Showcase Software Island – Desktop Developer (Exhibit Hall C)
Using the Eclipse/NetBeans Developer Experience (DT)
11:00 A.M – 12:00 P.M at Showcase Software Island –Server GIS (Exhibit Hall C)
Showcase Software Island and SIG
You can meet and chat with our product engineers and developers all day on Tuesday & Wednesday and Thursday morning at Software Showcase Island –Server GIS for your Server Java related questions and Software Showcase Island –Desktop for ArcObjects/ArcGIS Engine questions in Exhibit Hall C. When you meet us at the Software Island this year please remember to ask us about Server Object Extensions, ArcGIS Java Extensions for ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Web Services API, Editing task enhancements and/or Performance enhancements for Java Web ADF.
Also please join us for Java Developers Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting at Room 6E on Wednesday, July 15th at 12:00 noon. You can have a sip of Java as well as munch on Lunch provided by SIG sponsor-IBM. Yep, that’s a fine way to spend the noon! We will also post a blog with more information on Java Developer SIG later this weekend.
New at UC this year
The UC team has planned on new events and showcase islands this year based on your feedback and requests; you may want to check them out too!
IT Strategies Island (Exhibit Hall C/D):
IT Strategies Island is also new this year to discuss and strategize emerging trends in Information Technology (not necessarily GIS-centric). The topics covered will be Cloud Computing, Virtualization, SOA, Software + Services, Open Source, BI/ERP/CRM/ECM, Standards and Interoperability, Return on Investment (ROI) and GIS.
Finally, the list below is a potpourri of other random links that I thought might interest you.
- Showcase Program Island (Hands-on Learning Lab)
- Showcase Software Island – Software Feedback
- Showcase – Technical Support (Doctor’s Office)
- Get the most out of UC
- Tips for new Attendees
- UC 2009 Photo Gallery
The 9.3.1 release has a lot to offer for a Java developer, find us at UC this year, we’ll chat more about it.