October 30-31, 2018 | London, United Kingdom at etc venues St. Paul's


etc.venues St Paul's
Tuesday, October 30
Time  Presentation Presenter(s) Room
8.00 - 9.00 Continental Breakfast    Galleria
8.00 - 17.00  Registration
Galleria Foyer
9.00 - 10.00 Plenary Session   Premium Suite 1/2/3
10.00 - 10.30   Networking Break   Galleria
10.30 - 12.00  Plenary Session (continued)    Premium Suites 1/2/3
12.00 - 13.30   Hosted Lunch   Dining Area
13.30 - 14.30 ArcGIS Pro (Esri Technical Session)

ArcGIS Pro lets you render and process your data faster than ever.  Design and edit in 2D and 3D, work with multiple displays and layouts, and publish finished web maps directly to ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS, connecting you to users throughout your organization or the world.  Build projects from your maps, data, analytical models, and more with ArcGIS Pro. 

Robin Appleby (Esri) Premium Suite 1
13.30 - 14.30 GIS Serving the Enterprise (Moderated Paper Session) Premium Suite 2/3
BP One Map – Enabling “Where” for our Business
Brian Boulmay, Global Geospatial Data Lead, explains how BP has implemented a global mapping, reporting and analytics platform. One Map, a one-stop shop for geospatial information, enables anyone in their organization to publish, leverage and share spatial data and information, drastically increasing adoption and transforming workflows across the Upstream business.
Brian Boulmay (BP)
Geospatial Integration with Cognitive Computing
Cognitive computing is helping Woodside unlock 30 years of organisational collective intelligence. Much of this structured and unstructured information has a spatial component, but the ability to leverage, contextualise and visualise this dimension in cognitive systems is limited. To solve this challenge, Woodside has integrated ArcGIS with cognitive computing, resulting in a platform for surfacing actionable insights and delivering high-value information to users quickly.                    
Integrating ArcGIS with cognitive systems has helped unlock meaningful insights from Woodside’s corporate corpus of information. Data across multiple databases and information sources has been mined, related and normalized at the geographic entity level, meaning spatial objects become the hub for a 360 degree view of business-critical information. Searching and surfacing information quickly and intuitively drives efficient workflows and productivity. The result; faster and better quality fact-based decisions.
Matt Griggs (Woodside)
14.30 - 15.00 Networking Break and Partner Exhibition    Galleria
15.00 - 16.00  ArcGIS Portal Administration (Esri Technical Session)

With the release of ArcGIS Enterprise, Portal for ArcGIS has become a central component to the Platform. In this workshop, you will learn about common administrative and configuration tasks, security considerations and best practices,  advanced customization options, scripting capabilities, and steps to upgrade from previous versions. The session will also cover new features at 10.5 and later, including membership levels, sharing content with multiple portals using portal-to-portal collaboration, greater integration with ArcGIS Online, and configuring the Portal to support applications such as ArcGIS Pro,  Insights for ArcGIS, and others.

David Jacob (Esri) Premium Suite 1
 16:00- 16.30   Insights for ArcGIS (Esri Technical Session)

Insights for ArcGIS is a new experience we are adding to ArcGIS that enables iterative and
exploratory analysis of your data, wherever it comes from. Through one fluid and simple drag and drop interface, you can quickly answer questions with data from enterprise data warehouses, Excel spreadsheets, Big Data, and ArcGIS Services. Learn how you can take
advantage of Insights within your organization so you can share your analysis and allow
controlled access to anyone and everyone who needs it.

15.00 - 16.30 New Technologies & Capabilities Applied to Data Management (Moderated Paper Session) Premium 2/3
Geodesy on the Move
Traditional national or regional coordinate reference systems (CRSs) are anchored to the relevant tectonic plate. As the CRS ‘moves along’ with the plate, coordinates of a physical point do not change over time. In earth-centered CRSs with global coverage (such as WGS 84), introduced with the first Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), coordinates of points on the surface of the earth change over time with plate motion. Satellite positioning techniques were initially not precise enough to quantify tectonic plate motion over relatively short time frames. However, centimetre-level GNSS positioning is now capable of detecting tectonic plate motion. High-accuracy positioning is no longer a 3D spatial technique, but has become a 4D spatio-temporal technique. This presentation addresses the changes required in data management practice with such high accuracy data, with the requirement to include time in coordinate metadata content and use of time-dependent coordinate transformations.
Craig Allinson (IOGP)
Technical Advances in Satellite Imagery: Keeping up-to-date in an Increasingly Complex Landscape
The current boom in Earth Observation represents an exciting time for downstream exploitation of satellite imagery. The increasingly complex landscape of satellite missions and associated imagery options hold great potential but also poses challenges to users in keeping track of what is available today (and tomorrow), understanding what is best suited to a particular application and how best to obtain it. This talk will review the latest missions and discuss implications and considerations for operational use.
Richard Burren (NPA Satellite Mapping - CGG)             
Serving GIS to Everyone in the Business, When Portal is Not Enough. Automation, Cloud and Office 365
Aker BP now counts 1800 staff. A significant change from the smaller  upstream  companies  it amalgamated from. GIS, as part of  the data management team, has interviewed 30 selected reps. from 14 different user groups across Aker BP to assess functional requirements. Consensus is that the common user wants a relevant map in two clicks; one for location and another for map theme. The information should then be there in all  its   glory;  founded on  standardised datasets,  good  meta data, with  imagery and videos, links to document management systems and preferably the option of 3D. The common user is not interested in the     technology,  only to  get relevant information in a rapid intuitive manner. And trust of course, trust that the datasets are managed, or sourced with automation from master. This talk will discuss how Aker BP plans to adopt for a "cloudy future" with plentiful end user technologies.
Vidar Brekke (Aker BP)
16.30 - 18.30  Partner Exhibition and Social
16.45 - 17.00  DigitalGlobe Big Data: Imagery+Analytics Offering for Esri ArcGIS Users (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
*Recscheduled for Thursday, November 2, for 12.15-12.30

  Spotlight Theater
17.15 - 17.30  Exprodat - Go Pro! Reinvigorating Petroleum Workflows with ArcGIS Pro (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s flagship desktop application, and is a major step forward for desktop GIS and Esri’s strategic direction. As it approaches feature parity with ArcMap, operators are increasingly looking to incorporate the application into their workflows. Migrating to ArcGIS Pro provides an ideal opportunity to review business requirements and workflows, and fully leverage the ArcGIS platform. Exprodat provide services to quickly get you up and running with ArcGIS Pro – to help you migrate, extend the functionality, and bring staff up to speed.
  Spotlight Theater 
17.45 - 18.00 ConTerra - Stay in Control! (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
User-specific views to content are a very common requirement, especially for data like prospect information or exploration data. 
Instead of forcing you to publish multiple services, each of them covering exactly one specific view, security.manager allows GIS Administrators to define permissions down to layer-, feature-, and even spatial level. You stay in control of individual views, based on a single service, so access control is not only about security. It is about working smarter!
  Spotlight Theater
18:15 - 18:30  Wood Mackenzie's PetroView Plugin to ArcGIS Desktop: An Overview of the 2017 Enhancements and Plans for ArcGIS (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
Spotlight Theater
19.00 - 21.00 Off-Site Networking Social - The Saint 
The Saint is located at 1 Rose Street, London EC4M 7DQ
The Saint

Thursday, November 2

Time Presentation Presenter(s) Room
8.00 - 9.00 Continental Breakfast
8.00 - 15.00 Registration    Galleria
9.00 - 9.30  Workforce for ArcGIS (Esri Technical Session)

Field operations are dynamic. Routine inspections, drilling and maintenance activities along with unplanned, adhoc requests shape the daily activities of your field workforce. They demand strong coordination – both in the field and in the office. Workforce for ArcGIS is new and will provides an integrated experience for your field workforce leveraging the ArcGIS platform. Learn how you can use Workforce within your organization.

Jeff Shaner (Esri) Premium Suite 1
9.00 - 10.00 
Data Management at Scale (Moderated Paper Session) Premium Suite 2
GeoBank: Online ArcGIS Exploration Tool-Knowledge Sharing and Case Studies
An interdisciplinary exploration tool for interaction and visualization of geological data for the petroleum industry has been developed. The innovative and interactive   GeoBank is an online ArcGIS Exploration Tool developed to utilized and visualize the great amount of public geological exploration data compiled from NCS and cross-border areas. Data modules are compiled and processed from public data in cooperation with Cegal AS, GeoData AS and Torena AS. The main goals are knowledge sharing for multidisciplinary exploration team to unlock new possibilities and discoveries utilizing and combing and/or cross-correlate geological data in both mature and under-explored areas. The GeoBank will demonstrated using case studies from the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
Brit Thyberg, Jon-Petter Furnée (ET Geo AS) 
Leveraging Web and Map Services 
This session is to review techniques used in the energy industry to leverage web services delivering spatial and attribute information. Examples will include; How to generate spatial layers from a web service; how to embed vendor map services within ESRI’s portal; merging web and map services together using widgets in ESRI’s Web AppBuilder; Analyzing content with ESRI’s Insights for ArcGIS. These examples will use the IHS Markit web and map services.
Robert Long (IHS Markit)
9.00 - 10.00  Field-based Project Support (Moderated Paper Session) Premium Suite 3
Integrating ArcGIS Platforms in Onshore Exploration Seismic Planning
Non-technical risk represents one of the greatest challenges to modern onshore oil and gas exploration, comprising of physical, political and legal constraints that must be managed, whilst not overlooking sub-surface targets driving exploration. Managing these technical and non-technical constraints, and ensuring HSSE risks are identified and can be managed, is not trivial. Used correctly, GIS can greatly simplify the task; however, integration across a multi-disciplinary project team is critical. This presentation will demonstrate how early adoption of GIS helped the Shell project team to plan a seismic survey whilst managing the complexities on non-technical risk. Integration of GIS technology in the project included spatial analysis with desktop GIS, deployment of mobile mapping for field trips, and the delivery of GIS web services, helping to deliver a cost-focused plan that would minimise the possibility of late and expensive changes to the planned seismic survey.
Ernyza Endot, Nick Kellerman, Lucy Beddows (Shell)
Oil Spill Shoreline Surveys - Using ArcGIS to Improve Effectiveness and Provide Real Time Information in the Command Centre 
On a flat calm morning in June 2017, Oil Spill Response Ltd. (OSRL) released 500 litres of oil 15 km to the south of the Isle of Wight, UK.  This fully authorised exercise was performed to test an array of exciting technologies.  This year, top of the list was the use of underwater vehicles to track oil sub-surface and monitor dispersant effectiveness.  Also on the technology checklist were, 14 satellites, 2 aircraft, 2 drones, a kite with a go pro attached, 3 boats, a flourometry team, 4 body cameras with real time link back to the command centre and last but most importantly to this presentation, two shoreline teams armed with ESRI apps.  OSRL's  Geomatics Lead will present how he used ESRI Workforce and Collector to manage the shoreline teams and collect, transmit, store and present the shoreline information back in the command centre in real time.  He also freely admits that this is a prototype and will share his lessons learnt and what improvements he plans to do next.
Liam Harrington-Missin (Oil Spill Response Ltd.)
9.30 - 10.00 Collector for ArcGIS (Esri Technical Session)

Building and maintaining a strong, accurate and current enterprise location system is key to the success of your organization. Collector lets you take your maps to the field and collect and update data directly into your enterprise GIS. Learn how to use Collector to create an asset inventory or model inspection workflows. 

Jeff Shaner (Esri)
Premium Suite 1
10.00 - 10.30 Networking Break and Partner Exhibition
10.10 - 10.25 Voyager Search: A Single Point of Intelligent Data Search Across the Enterprise (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
Voyager Search will discuss how Voyager, a spatially enabled enterprise data search platform, has helped oil and gas organizations save time and money by deploying the software across distributed collections of content.  The solution provides a single point of search across various repository types for over 2,000 data formats — including complex geospatial data — and allows data managers the ability to know what data exists and end users the ability to quickly find content of interest. In addition to indexing and cataloging content, Voyager adds enrichment to content providing extremely relevant search results by utilizing capabilities such as OCR, Geotagging, Natural Language Processing, entity extraction and taxonomy.  These capabilities allow for a smarter, more efficient, and consumer-like search, all supported by role-based access via their enterprise security environment.
  Spotlight Theater
10.30 - 11.00 Survey123 for ArcGIS (Esri Technical Session)
Survey123 for ArcGIS is a simple and intuitive form-centric data gathering solution for creating, sharing and analyzing surveys in three easy steps. Create smart forms with skip logic, defaults, support for multiple languages, and much more. Equip field workers with mobile devices to capture data in any environment, with minimal training. Quickly analyze the results to make actionable decisions. Fully integrated with the ArcGIS platform, you can gather data in the field on any device, even when disconnected, and securely sync it to ArcGIS for further analysis.
David Jacob (Esri) Premium Suite 1
10.30 -  12.00 Data Management for New Projects (Moderated Paper Session) 
Premium Suite 2

Oil and Gas Authority – Spatial by Default, Web by Default
The Oil and Gas Authority’s role is to regulate, influence and promote the UK oil and gas industry in order to maximise the economic recovery of the UK’s oil and gas. Since becoming a Government Company in October 2016 we have met that challenge by providing a number of new and enhanced spatial services. This presentation will talk about the increase in demand for those services as well as how they are being developed to meet the needs of OGA’s internal and external users.
John Seabourn, Tanya Knowles (Oil and Gas Authority) 

Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone – Journey Towards an Enterprise Data Management System

The mission of the Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone (PDSL) is to facilitate the exploration and development of the country’s petroleum resources for the long-term benefit of its people. This talks shares some lessons from PDSL’s journey of implementing GIS capabilities including a data portal and digital atlas using ArcGIS. Thanks to this journey GIS now plays a significant role in supporting Sierra Leone’s upstream petroleum sector, providing data and intelligence to government departments and stakeholders.

Masa Bah (Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone), John Clark (ERCL/Getech Group)
Shaping the Future of Energy – Statoil’s New Energy Solutions Seeking New Survey Solutions
Statoil’s need for survey solutions has changed following the “green shift”. This presentation will discuss survey data sets and models that have become key to supporting the wind engineering work: seismic, UXO survey, ground models, and data integration. In addition there are new challenges that Statoil and the industry face when it comes to survey planning and cost efficient solutions: suction anchor and bucket foundation technology, shallow water environment, scour protection, UXO and debris survey. GIS is a unique tool for data integration and assessment of survey information.
Tor Inge Tjelta 
(Statoil ASA)
10.30 - 12.00  Pipeline, Data, Modeling & Its Value in Risk Reduction (Moderated Paper Session)
Premium Suite 3
Plastic Mains Replacement - Monetised Risk Prioritisation
This project replaced a spreadsheet model to prioritise plastic pipe replacement with a monetised risk solution implemented within a GIS distribution database . We used our metallic risk model framework and built up the remaining life of each plastic pipe
using the GIS pipe data. The monetised risk scores of each pipeline were rolled up into operating areas using GIS models. The individual pipes within those areas can be optimised spatially to build up replacement projects to maximise risk reduction.
Tim Manns (DNV GL)
The Challenge of Managing Entropic Data: A Pipeline Case Study
The use of GIS for Pipeline Integrity Management (PIM) is well established. This paper examines some of the challenges of building an as-built pipeline data
model during the construction phase of a major pipeline project. Issues addressed include the merging of geospatial and non-geospatial data, handling data from vendor, construction and survey contractors and the validation of  data across sources. The value of this approach for real-time data modelling is also evaluated.
Keith Winning (Pipeline Data Solutions, Ltd)
Implementing ArcGIS for Pipeline Referencing  (APR) using the Pipeline Open Data Standard (PODS)
This paper outlines how ArcGIS for Pipeline Referencing (APR) can be implemented using the Pipeline Open Data Standard Next Generation (NextGen) data model. The internal structure of the PODS NextGen model will be discussed especially the data structure support for APR. The processes of building and configuring APR for PODS NextGen will be presented and several use cases for deploying pipeline data within the ESRI Technology Stack will be presented.

Peter Veenstra (TRC)
11.00 - 11.30 Navigator for ArcGIS (Esri Technical Session)

Navigating an oil field can be quite challenging. Finding the right roads, searching for your assets and being able to get turn by turn directions and voice navigation will improve the efficiency of your field operations. Discover how you can use Navigator for ArcGIS to deliver full offline navigation capabilities using your own assets and roads.

David Jacob (Esri) Premium Suite 1
11.30 - 12.00  Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS (Esri Technical Session)

Situational awareness is critical for proper planning and response for day-to-day operations as well as planned and unplanned events. Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS keeps you up to date with what is happening within your organization. Use it unattended in your operations center or interactively on your iPad. Learn how to create and share insightful operation views using your maps.

Jeff Shaner (Esri) Premium Suite 1
12.00 - 13.30  Hosted Lunch and Partner Exhibition 
 12.15-12.30  DigitalGlobe Big Data: Imagery+Analytics Offering for Esri ArcGIS Users (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
The ability to rapidly analyze large amounts of data together with the increase in data availability are bringing new users and creating innovative geospatial applications. Thanks to the power of the cloud, extensive experience in image processing and innovative machine learning approaches, users can now extract information at scale from geospatial data. This presentation will focus on the benefits of the recently announced Imagery+Analytics offering which allows Esri ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5 users to map and shape our understanding of the world by accessing over 100 Petabytes of high resolution-imagery and being able to analyse them through DigitalGlobe’s Geospatial Big Data platform.
12:30 - 12:45

DigitalTwin Integrations - Arcgis and CityEngine (Spotlight Theater Presentation)

Enterprise businesses are beginning to push for operational 'digital twins' to enable remote monitoring and management.  This allows an organization to utilize data analytics to help drive business decisions.  Integrating the ArcGIS platform and CityEngine enables organization's to provide true geospatial relationships (current and historical) and ensures the data is presented in a visual format that is impactful and meaningful for the decision makers.   

Mark Stevens Spotlight Theater 
12.45 - 13.00  Lynx Information Systems Ltd - How to Transform a ‘Big Data’ Archive: The Story Behind AAPG Datapages Exploration Objects (DEO) (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
Lynx has worked with AAPG Datapages over the past few years to design, develop and build the Datapages Exploration Objects (DEO) web map, providing geographical search of the AAPG’s huge international journal archive. This talk will discuss Lynx’s roles in the process from the initial proposal and help with developing a sales model, database and web application design and build, to managing the ongoing input of data, by georectifying and geolocating all maps and sections included in journal articles and papers.

Spotlight Theater
13.00 - 13.15 M-Files - How IGas Amplifies the Power of ArcGIS with Intelligent Information Management (Spotlight Theater Presentation)
Discover how a UK oil and gas exploration and production company empowers its ArcGIS users with instant access to all associated GEO-based documents and information - whatever it is and wherever it resides - from within ArcGIS. This allows staff to
work more effectively, whether sat at their desk, or at a drill site, using any device.
Grahame Wilkinson, M-Files
Chris Holly, Igas (M-Files)
Spotlight Theater
13:15 - 13:30  Connecting the Subsurface Portal for ArcGIS to Petrel (Spotlight Theater Presentation) 
With the new Petrel-link in Subsurface Portal for ArcGIS you can now easily access and visualize seismic data directly from ZGY (Petrel format) through a 3D web client, without any duplication of data. See how you can increase team collaboration and productivity by enabling access to subsurface data in the web browser.
Erlend Kvinnesland Spotlight Theater
13.30 - 14.00  Imagery Management and Raster Analysis (Esri Technical Session)

Acquiring high resolution imagery that is costly and takes time. Drones are providing a low cost, extremely high resolution and timely source of imagery. Drone2Map is a new app that can process raw imagery from drones and create GIS ready products that you can share and analyze within your organization. Learn how you can take advantage of Drone2Map in your organization.

Dal Hunter (Esri) Premium Suite 1
13.30 -15.00  New Applications and Analysis Techniques (Moderated Paper Session) Premium Suite 2

GeoX GIS Viewer - From Nice-to-Have to Need-to-Know
2015 Wintershall introduced GeoX, to assess the risks and volumes of potential HC accumulations. The driving idea was to make GeoX data spatially accessible in a web map, but honouring the roles and privileges of GeoX data access.
The solution is based on Esri's technology and Conterras's security.manager. Benefit of the use of security.manager is  that only a single map service is maintained not individual services for each of the existing GeoX roles. For monitoring data integrity between GeoX and ArcSDE a Spotfire dashboard is used and for synchronising the roles of ArcGIS Server and GeoX a toolset was developed. 
Much of the GeoX GIS workflows, rely on manual work, but content in a portfolio is an ever evolving story. A joint industry project, GeoX Spatial Portfolio Analytics and Reporting (SPAR), initiated by Schlumberger, is set out to provide new tools for update, report and content analysis for the exploration portfolio in a flexible, consistent way in multi-applications.
Karina Schmidt, Eugen Gass, Fredrik Stabell (Wintershall Holding GmbH)
Optimising Shale Reservoir Analysis using the GIS Platform
Wood Mackenzie have built a GIS platform to extract more  value from geospatial data. The GIS Platform is empowering Analyst’s to perform in-depth analysis, collaborate and dig deeper into their research with ESRI technology.  This paper will outline how Analysts created a workflow to optimise Shale Gas reservoir evaluation.  Risk segment maps have been built which combine a number of petrophysical and geochemical parameters to improve our analysis and understanding of the under explored Goldeyer Formation, Australia.  Geo statistical Analyst was used to quality check original data, predict values in frontier areas with increased accuracy and reduced the time spent on initial screening. This enhanced our assessment of on-offer block potential and subsequent economical valuation.

Maria Zentsova, Stephen Bull (Wood Mackenzie)
ArcGIS Apps for the Office (Esri Technical Session)

The ArcGIS platform comes with lightweight apps for the office that are designed for anyone to use. ArcGIS Maps for Office enables self-service mapping within your organization. Learn how you can embed maps into your Sharepoint site and enable your users to integrate live maps into the office apps they use each day (Excel and Powerpoint). ArcGIS Earth provides secure access to your Portal. Learn how you can transition your workforce from using Google Earth to using ArcGIS Earth for their simple mapping needs.

Robin Appleby (Esri)

13.30 - 15.00

Big Data Surveys, Cloud Storage and Social Platforms for Rapid Assimilation (Moderated Paper Session)
Premium Suite 3
Automated Seabed Mapping and Data Delivery in the Cloud
Within the last year, Ocean Infinity have embarked on a new venture, breaking boundaries within the field of ocean exploration and seabed mapping. Within this, we are pioneering a new approach to data processing and delivery. GIS forms a core component of our  data processing workflow and our primary mechanism for data delivery. The most up-to-date Cloud based technology is being harnessed to enable web-based deliveries. We are utilising ArcGIS Enterprise solutions in the Cloud to optimise storage and processing of the data. Working with our GIS Supplier Geodata, we are in the process of developing an onshore data management system that will enable us to provide clients with personalised web applications, enabling user defined outputs. Ocean Infinity are looking at creating new
industry standards, and to future proof our data products. Within this presentation both our offshore and onshore GIS workflows will be described and experiences and challenges we have faced will be shared.
Al Rumson (Swire Seabed)
'Big Data' & Deriving Actionable Intelligence for Oil & Gas
With a wealth of big data solutions now available the continued challenge is extracting meaningful information that adds to, but also expands on the existing knowledge base we have.  With technology and innovation comes rapid, cost efficient and robust new methods which challenge the historical approaches used within Oil&Gas and provoke a drive towards more repeatable and scaleable methods particularly important in the new lower price oil era.
Charlotte Bishop (Terrabotics Limited)

New Public Data and Web Disaster Response Platform Helps Engage All Affected Communities

This year’s hurricanes in the Caribbean highlighted the challenges and opportunities in community engagement for disaster response. Texas coastal areas juxtapose transportation and distribution network with populated and flood-prone areas. New public data and web situational awareness helps collect, interpret and display crucial and timely data. Broadcast on social and traditional media, they help engage general public, government agencies and infrastructure management companies.

Andrew Zolnai (Zolnai.ca)
14.00 - 14.30 ArcGIS GeoEvent Server (Esri Technical Session)

ArcGIS GeoEvent Server enables ArcGIS to connect with and analyze virtually any type of streaming data. GeoEvent Server can push spatial data to web applications, data stores, or automatically alert personnel when specific conditions occur, all in real-time. Learn how to configure real-time analytics to detect patterns of interest from continuous streams of events. Analytics covered will include attribute/spatial (geofence) filtering, geotagging, calculating field values, enriching events by joining fields from external data sources, mapping between event schemas, and detecting incidents and gaps.

David Jacob (Esri) Premium Suite 1
14.30- 15.00 ArcGIS GeoAnalytics (Esri Technical Session)

ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Server was introduced at 10.5 to perform scalable and distributed batch analysis on feature and tabular data. GeoAnalytics provides toolsets that focus on summarizing and analyzing large spatiotemporal datasets. We will discuss what analytics are provided, how these analytics take advantage of the processing power of multiple machines in your ArcGIS Enterprise, and the supported data formats for analysis. We will present real world examples and discuss integrated technology such as the underlying storage and framework.

David Jacob (Esri) Premium Suite 1
15:00 -15:15  Play Assessment and Prospectivity Analysis of the Barents Sea (Spotlight Theater Presentation)

Tochi combined data from ENI and Getech to investigate prospectivity in the Barents Sea using ArcGIS workflows including Exploration Analyst. He was awarded a Merit for his project.

Tochi Ugo-Beke (Imperial College London)
Spotlight Theater
15.00 - 15.30 Networking Break and Partner Exhibition 
15.30 - 16.30  Panel Session Premium Suite 2