Conference Highlights

The Esri Asia Pacific User Conference (APUC) will bring together some of the world's leading spatial technology experts—including Esri founder and president Jack Dangermond—to explore the latest advances and innovations in GIS.

Some of the key areas you will learn about at APUC include:

  • What's New in ArcGIS 10.2: Esri's senior technical experts will take you through the latest advances and new capabilities of ArcGIS 10.2. Whether it's taking advantage of web GIS or learning how to undertake real-time data analysis, you'll be given all the tools you need to ensure your organization is ready for 10.2.
  • Technology best practices: We'll present case studies and tips and tricks that bring you up to speed with GIS best practices so you can ensure all your workflows and processes are optimized to deliver the best possible outcome. From managing and editing your data to building multiplatform apps to administering your enterprise geodatabase, your systems and processes will be enhanced after a trip to APUC.
  • ArcGIS for Professionals: If you're a GIS professional, APUC is a must-attend event with a program tailored to meet your needs. We'll show you how to derive greater value from ArcGIS software by diving into map production, unleashing Python to help you automate your workflows, and analyzing trends and clusters within your data.
  • Real-time GIS: The new generation of real-time GIS is transforming everyday workflows and empowering decision makers. At APUC, we'll introduce you to ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server and show you how you can bring real-time data analysis into your mapping applications. We'll also reveal how you can take advantage of live data sensors to accurately monitor work orders, staff, and data from anywhere in the world.
  • 3D advancements: From 3D analysis to geodesign and virtual cities, advances in 3D GIS are changing the way organizations operate. Discover how 3D technology can help you drive efficiencies, design and plan with clarity, and create more visually compelling maps and applications.
  • Location analytics: Through location analytics, GIS technology can now deliver value to everyone, not just GIS professionals. We'll show you how to seamlessly link GIS with your other business systems—such as Microsoft Office, IBM Cognos, SAP, and SharePoint—so anyone in your organization can analyze data in a geographic context.
  • Imagery: Imagery is a key source for information and should be leveraged by every GIS professional. At APUC, our imagery specialists will explain how imagery can enhance your projects, showcase current and future imagery solutions, and reveal how you can take your imagery to a new level through image analysis and Exelis.
  • ArcGIS Online: Web GIS means that maps and data can now be shared with anyone. At APUC, our web GIS specialists will reveal the key steps to success with ArcGIS Online and show you how you can immediately start using the platform to easily create and share web maps with an unlimited number of people.