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You will feel the collective impact of the power of where more than anywhere else in the world at the 2012 Esri International User Conference (Esri UC) in San Diego, California.
The event, which will be held July 23–27, will bring together thousands of Esri technology users interested in seeing the latest geospatial technology and learning how to use GIS to reach more informed decisions.
You will see how you can leverage the new release of ArcGIS 10.1 and its tools to provide solutions throughout your organization, whether you work in state, federal, or local government; business; education; health and human services; conservation; utilities; forestry; energy; or other industries. The conference will include hundreds of technical sessions, demonstrations, and a Plenary Session led by Esri president Jack Dangermond that will delve into highlights of the latest Esri technology.
If you have previously attended the Esri UC, you fully understand this simple statement. If you are considering attending for the first time, you will realize that this conference is built specifically for you and goes beyond papers, map galleries, keynotes, and workshops. The Esri UC is built on the idea that by joining the worldwide community of Esri software users gathered in one place, your ability to learn, collaborate, and celebrate the work of GIS will change your career and impact your organization as well as the future of Esri technology.
"My first Esri conference exceeded my expectations more than I could have imagined," said Barry Conner, a GIS analyst for the City of Huntsville, Texas. "Though I came with many years of GIS experience in my area of specialization, I very quickly learned of methods and resources [that] will totally revolutionize the way I work. I can hardly wait to implement the things I've learned. Beyond the knowledge, I met many helpful and brilliant people, who have shared generously of their time and expertise."
By attending you will be able to participate in the following:
Visit the Esri UC website to preview the agenda and find specific topics and solutions being addressed for your industry at the 2012 Esri UC.
Register by June 1, 2012, for a discounted rate. The earlier you register, the more you save on hotel and travel. To find out whether your organization qualifies for complimentary registration through its Esri software maintenance program, e-mail Esri or call 1-888-377-4576.