Esri’s GIS software magnifies efficiency and understanding. Researchers use it to evaluate and map data from many sources to create new theories and models. Students can enhance classroom assignments by applying mapping technology and visualization tools to them. At the administrative level, GIS is used to monitor facilities and assets. And everyone can share information through engaging web maps and apps.
Tom McCaffrey, GIS coordinator, University of Calgary
Across the United States and around the world, GIS Day events will be held in a vast array of thought-provoking settings. Although it is primarily designed to steer youths into the vocation of geographic science, GIS Day also does its fair share of educating armchair epistemologists about what makes the world tick.
Students in a small South Carolina university used Esri Community Analyst to answer an important question: "Where will I look for work after graduation?" These students were enrolled in an elective geography class at Claflin University (CU).
At the 2015 Esri User Conference (Esri UC) in San Diego, Esri announced a new initiative that will build a collaborative community for R and ArcGIS users.
Esri's gift of free GIS software for all K–12 schools in the United States opens up new horizons for teaching not only geography but also history to American students.
Students at San Andreas High School use GIS to collect data that improves traffic safety and neighborhood livability.
A history of life and moments of death frozen in time at Sandy Borg.
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Ned Gardiner at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center talks about visualizing climate data for better decision making.
Michael Fay of the Wildlife Conservation Society discusses the role of maps in conservation
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PenBay focuses on the development of ArcGIS solutions for facilities and campuses that span the entire building lifecycle.
Analyze hydrographic surveys and create 3D seafloor maps with QPS softwares Fledermaus and QINSy. QPS supports the total hydrographic data flow.
DDP delivers demographic and facility planning services and tailored ArcGIS solutions to more than 200 school districts in 31 states.
US Computing develops ArcGIS services and solutions in transportation and logistics for school districts throughout the United States.
GISetc is a provider of GIS professional development, as well as curriculum and software support for educators and students.
A complete data management solution provider, KISTERS technology extends the capabilities of ArcGIS for water management.
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