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Managing large collections of imagery can be a headache. We'll address some of these management challenges and discuss best practices for managing imagery using mosaic datasets in ArcGIS. The mosaic dataset has many benefits that we will address. We'll also coverasome other imagery-related tips and tricks.
So you've made an ArcGIS Online web map; now what? We'll talk about the little things that can take your maps to the next level. Topics covered will be configuring maps, pop-up windows, and web mapping application templates that can help you reach the right audience and convey the right message. We will also touch on some of the new analytical capabilities of the recent release of ArcGIS Online.
This session will introduce you to the methods for managing and visualizing lidar data using ArcGIS 10.2. The workshop will cover the various formats of lidar dataand Esri's LAS dataset for managing lidar data, as well as best practices for managing and sharing lidar data holdings.
Are you struggling to effectively share and access your geographic information? Come to this session and learn how ArcGIS provides an integrated platform for efficiently sharing and accessing geographic content and functionality. Learn to leverage web GIS anywhere, anytime, from any device. Using a real-world scenario, you will see firsthand how the ArcGIS platform enables the creation of focused, highly effective, end-to-end GIS solutions with minimal effort.
This session will outline the fundamentals and considerations in developing a technology strategy as a foundation for building business solutions using ArcGIS technology.
These new applications help users improve data collection in the field and support common operating picture workflows. Designed with field crews in mind, Collector for ArcGIS is used to capture and update both tabular and spatial information via smartphones/tablets using the built-in GPS capabilities of the device or by tapping on the map. Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS provides a common operating picture for monitoring events. Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS integrates maps and a variety of data sources to create comprehensive operational views that can include charts, lists, gauges, and indicators, which update automatically as underlying data changes.
Python scripts can reduce the time spent on complex or repetitive tasks, enabling GIS staff to be more productive. This workshop will cover how to create Python scripts to automate tasks related to common GIS tasks.
ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server is a new ArcGIS for Server extension. It is targeted at meeting a growing demand among a wide range of customers to incorporate real-time, streaming data as a normal part of everyday GIS applications, workflows, and analysis. This workshop will cover the basics of configuring GeoEvent Processor to see and analyze your real-time streaming GIS data.
This session will provide an introduction to ArcGIS for Local Government and its set of downloadable maps and apps that meet specific business needs in a local government organization.
This session will describe how to configure the ArcGIS for Local Government solution to meet specific needs in your organization.
This session will cover the basics of ArcGIS for Server security that every ArcGIS for Server administrator should know. The presenter will discuss ArcGIS for Server security concepts, such as users, roles, permissions, and encryption, and demonstrate how to set up and configure security across your ArcGIS for Server site. Attendees will also learn about the choices that administrators and publishers must make and be provided with some guidelines on making those choices.
Are you interested in ArcGIS for Server but don't know where to start? This is the session for you! You will learn how to make your maps, geoprocessing models, and other GIS resources available to others by publishing them on a server. You will see how to create web mapping applications. You will also be introduced to using ArcGIS Online, caching maps for performance, adding tasks to your applications, securing your GIS server, and finding the best help resources.
The ArcGIS system revolves around the concept of a collaborative geospatial content management system. Through it, users can easily discover, use, and create maps; access useful GIS applications; collaborate; and manage all geospatial content and knowledge in a secure manner. While Esri provides a software-as-a-service offering of such a mapcentric content management system through ArcGIS Online, some organizations want the flexibility to deploy this component in their own infrastructure. The Portal for ArcGIS product fits this need, allowing a smooth integration with other ArcGIS products such as ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, ArcGIS Online, as well as ArcGIS applications such as Collector for ArcGIS, Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS, Esri Maps for Office, and Esri Maps for Sharepoint. The presentation will introduce Portal for ArcGIS and its role within your ArcGIS landscape as well as provide a technical dive into its architecture, reference implementations, and typical deployment patterns.
ArcGIS Online is a cloud-based, collaborative content management system for maps, applications, data, and other geographic information. With ArcGIS Online, organizations of all sizes can manage their geospatial content and publish their maps, applications, data, and hosted services online. Topics will include the value of ArcGIS Online to an organization, types of data that ArcGIS Online can use, publishing capabilities, configuration of ArcGIS Online for your organization, administration of content and users, and security. This session will give a general introduction to capabilities as well as getting started with your subscription.
Enabled by cloud, web, and mobile technologies, GIS has burst from the back office to serve and benefit everyone. That means your role as a GIS professional is changing. How do you learn to think like a communicator? How can you tell your own stories using ArcGIS? The presenter will describe how to approach map-based storytelling and demonstrate how to use Esri's storytelling apps and templates to present beautiful, useful interactive maps and place-based narratives. Among the topics covered will be the following:
ArcGIS provides a foundation for comprehensive emergency management: preparation, mitigation, response, and recovery. To prepare for and mitigate emergencies, ArcGIS can map and model potential disasters to help visualize critical vulnerabilities and consequences of damage. As rebuilding begins, ArcGIS aids local, state, and federal agencies with technology that supports collaboration among multiple agencies. Field data captured with mobile GIS provides the ability to add updates from remote locations for more efficient incident management. It also supplies rapid damage assessment and supports accurate recovery operations. This session will cover best practices and lessons learned from recent events as well as illustrate the use of free templates to implement GIS in support of the emergency management mission.
Explore the latest Esri tools that bring the power of mapping to everyone in your organization. Whether they are entry-level researchers or senior executives, staff members will be able to add the power of maps to their analyses. We will highlight mapping in Excel with Esri Maps for Office and show you how to take your PowerPoint presentations to the next level with dynamic maps. We will also present several scenarios of how agencies can take advantage of Esri Community Analyst to evaluate the impact of programs and policies on citizens.