If you missed the 2017 ESRIUC, or perhaps you were too busy meeting clients, users and colleagues, no worries as Esri has shared many of the sessions from the conference. There’s many videos to select from, however, these 10 really jumped out to yours truly (@gletham) and make up a terrific play list to watch during your breaks or when you want a little GIS inspiration – enjoy.
ArcGIS Hub – Esri’s Andrew Turner and Courtney Claessens introduce you to a new product everyone can use to build their own smart community: ArcGIS Hub. Enjoy this tour of the latest technology from Esri enabling OpenData and supporting the smart community.
Your Work Making a difference – A favorite each year during the opening day plenary, Jack Dangermond shares the work from users around the Globe that has touched him.
Lauren Bennette discussing Spatial Analysis, design and Statistics in a fabulous demonstration of using ArcGIs technology to analyze bike patterns and planning for bicycle use in the city.
The Science of Where – This year’s theme discussed by Esri founder, Jack Dangermond. Listen to Jack as he shares his thoughts on GIS, geography, and science.
Tech tip – ArcGIS Enterprise Builder – Improving Installation and Configuration – Learn about the new ArcGIS Enterprise Builder, Chef, and exciting capabilities for the Cloud
Not to be missed, Joseph Kerski of Esri shares his closing thoughts about the conference. Joseph discusses the Science of Where, WebGIS, cloud computing, Geospatial / GIS in education and other important topics. Great Insight Joseph!
Did You Know? Bern Szukalski walks through the latest in ArcGIS Online. Watch and listen to Bern as he shares some hidden gems
ArcGIS Pro 2.0 Top 10 – Step through the Top 10 features of ArcGIS Pro that have been requested by users
Customer Story – Taylor Shellfish Farms explain how oysters, clams, and geoducks are sustainably cultivated and managed with the help of Esri technology. An impressive presentation from a relatively new customer.
The science of learning described by Esri Chief Scientist, Dawn Wright. Dawn discusses thinking spatially and neuro gepgraphy. “Education is the key to a brighter future – and everyone can shine with geospatial education”
BONUS – MUST SEE – 4-H Tennessee GIS presenting their amazing work on analyzing health using ArcGIS Pro
What was your favorite session or presentation at ESRIUC? Did we miss a video that you think should be in this “top” list? Please do share with us in a comment or message us via Twitter @geojobegis