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Esri User Conference

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Learn and collaborate with the global GIS user community

Gain best practices from thousands of hours of technical training, learning sessions, inspirational speakers, and more when you join us at the Esri UC.

Each year more than 16,000 geographic information system (GIS) professionals attend the annual Esri User Conference (Esri UC) to share and collaborate about GIS technology and how it can be used to understand our world and design our future.

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09/07/2018 to 13/07/2018

Registration Deadline: 

Fri, 25/05/2018

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San Diego Convention Center

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San Diego, California

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Esri

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ESRI maps for monitoring wildfires in Western US

Wildfires blazing in North California (Image: NASA)

ESRI has developed two interactive maps for wildfire monitoring in the Western coast of the United States, which can be shared and embedded into the end users' websites: the Wildfire Public Information Map and the 2015 California Wildfire Activity Map.

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Fri, 07/08/2015 - 12:09

New app shows nearest climate change impact

First step to get located and informed about surrounding geographic data (Image: Esri)

A new app called Field Notes, developed by the mapping technology company Esri, allows identifying the impact of climate change in the surroundings of the user's area.

This new product could help governments, academics and policymakers, among others, to prepare for the upcoming events caused by climate change. At the same time, it creates a higher understanding about the world and the ongoing changes.

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Tue, 04/08/2015 - 11:41

NASA DEVELOP's Virtual Poster Session for summer 2015

DEVELOP participants using Earth Observation imagery (Source: NASA)

DEVELOP, NASA’s Applied Sciences’ Capacity Building Program, organizes a Virtual Poster Session (VPS) for this summer 2015 where participants can send their projects on Earth observation (EO), disaster risks, water monitoring, mapping invasive species distribution and environmental concerns. It features 178 researchers across 15 DEVELOP locations, who carry out 38 projects.

The participant projects need to analyse societal and scientific dilemmas and discover ways in which these issues can be better forecasted, monitored or mitigated through the application of NASA EO.

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Mon, 03/08/2015 - 12:16

Humanitarian GIS Award for ICIMOD

Basanta Shrestha (in the middle), ICIMOD's Director of Strategic Cooperation, receiving the Award in San Diego (Image: ICIMOD)

The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD),  UN-SPIDER’s Regional Support Office, has been awarded the “Humanitarian GIS Award” at the International User Conference, organized by the Environmental System Research Institute (Esri) in San Diego, California. ICIMOD deserved it due to its immediate involvement in the response efforts after the earthquake that struck Nepal between April and May 2015.

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Thu, 23/07/2015 - 10:25

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ICIMOD to collaborate in a new platform for disaster relief coordination

Screenshot of the DRRIP platform (Image: ICIMOD)

A new platform for earthquake relief and reconstruction operations has been developed for Nepal by the Nepalese Ministry of Home Affairs in conjunction with the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), and the Environmental System Research Institute (Esri). The platform, called ‘Nepal Earthquake 2015: Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction Information Platform (DRRIP)’, aims to rationalize the information gathered by several actors and sources, for a better allocation of the available resources and avoiding the duplication of functions.

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Thu, 09/07/2015 - 10:48

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Esri to support developing countries enhancing their climate resilience

Colombia, Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive Esri's support to become more climate-resilient (Image: US Navy)

Colombia, Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive Esri’s support to enhance their climate resilience. They will learn how to visualize, understand and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

Together with the White House and six other institutions, Esri will contribute through tools and trainings to the climate-resilient development of these three countries. Esri has already established a collaborative resource portal for Ethiopia on its online mapping and analysis platform, ArcGIS online, and is planning a further implementation in Colombia and Bangladesh.

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Thu, 11/06/2015 - 08:37

Bridging ICTs and Environment - Making Information Talk and Technologies Work

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This course aims at bridging the gap between environmental / public policy professionals and cutting-edge technologies and their practical application by bringing ICT developers and experts (e.g. the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and Esri) into the classroom and arranging their direct communication with decision making groups, making data and emerging technologies more accessible, usable, and relevant for decision-making.

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06/07/2015 to 10/07/2015

Registration Deadline: 

Sun, 15/03/2015

Venue: 

Central European University

Venue City: 

Budapest

Venue Country: 

  • Hungary

Event Organisers: 

Summer University of Central European University, Budapest

Co-organisers: 

Eye on earth, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, Global Universities Partnership on Environment for Sustainability

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Esri launches open data website

ArcGIS Open Data provides access to open datasets around the world

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provider Esri announced the launch of their new website ArcGIS Open Data providing access to open datasets around the world including direct access to thousands of open government datasets. 

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Tue, 10/02/2015 - 12:15

GIS for the United Nations and the International Community Conference

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Join geospatial professionals from international organizations and non-governmental/nonprofit organizations at the 2015 GIS for the United Nations and the International Community Conference from May 18 to 20, 2015 at Campus Biotech in Geneva, Switzerland. Learn how GIS can help you identify and map the locations of vulnerable populations, communicate complex situations with simple web maps, plan where to execute program activities to meet objectives and deliver results, and more.

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18/05/2015 to 20/05/2015

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Campus Biotech

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Geneva

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  • Switzerland

Event Organisers: 

UNOSAT, Esri

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