Redlands, California—Global smart-mapping leader Esri today announced that its experts will be convening at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California.
The AGU is among the world’s most well-respected earth science scholarly organizations. Its annual fall meeting is expected to attract 24,000 attendees, making it the largest earth and space science meeting in the world. Esri experts will be participating in a variety of panels, presentations, and workshops during the event. They will discuss the ways geospatial data and analysis provide better insight and understanding about our world, including the ocean, through Ecological Marine Units (EMUs), and the Arctic via 3D data.
- Dawn Wright, Esri Chief Scientist
- David DiBiase, Esri Head of Education
- Drew Stephens, Esri Research and Sciences Industry Manager
- Christine White, Esri Technical Adviser and Vice Chair of the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners
WHAT: AGU Fall Meeting
- Presentation: Feature GeoAnalytics and Big Data Processing: Hybrid Approaches for Earth Science and Real-Time Decision Support
- Presentation: The Role of Content Aggregators in GEOValue
- Presentation: The Confluence of GIS, Cloud, and Open Source, Enabling Big Raster Data Applications
- Learn about all of Esri’s participation here.
WHERE: Booth #623, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California
WHEN: December 12–16, 2016