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The deadline to submit abstracts has passed.
How does your GIS work fit into the infrastructure life cycle? Submit a presentation abstract to share your expertise at the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Summit. You will gain recognition and valuable feedback from peers as well as bosses. Plus, it is a great way to justify your trip to the AEC Summit plus the Esri International User Conference.
Tell us how you use high accuracy data within the infrastructure lifecycle to
Space is limited, so be sure to submit your abstract soon.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
- Author/Presenter name(s)
- Presentation title (70 characters or fewer)
- Company name
- Complete address, phone, and fax information
- Brief presenter biography (200 characters or fewer)
- Abstract (500 characters or fewer)
- Only one abstract may be submitted per primary author.
- No more than four abstracts can be submitted by the same company or department within an organization.
- Abstracts and presentations must be in English.
- Do not use bullet points, numbering, or all capital letters; the information you enter will be used for publishing purposes (e.g., website and agenda).
- At no time will it be permissible for presenters to use their time slot to advertise or promote a product, service or company.
- All presenters must register for the event. Acceptance as a presenter will not register you for the summit. Registration fees are required.
Additional Submission Guidelines for Esri Business Partners
Abstracts submitted contrary to these guidelines will be rejected.
- You must have a client as the primary presenter; you may be listed as a coauthor.
- Follow all AEC Summit abstract submission guidelines.
- Within your abstract, describe your client's success and how Esri software provided a solution.
- Do not advertise your services or products.
At the conference, your client must be the primary presenter, but you may assist with the presentation.
Moderated Paper Session
- Moderated paper sessions include but are not limited to paper presentations and panel discussions.
- Proceedings will be published on the AEC Summit website to ensure the maximum interaction among researchers, developers, and users.
- A workshop provides instruction in a specific professional practice and method, theory, examples and exercises, discussion, and/or hands-on experience.
- Duration is half a day (four hours) or a full day (eight hours).
- Presentation is lecture or hands-on style.
- The instructor must create and provide handouts to workshop attendees.