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Join Esri at the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) 2016 Summer Specialty Conference: GIS and Water Resources IX

The Esri water team will be on site at the AWRA Summer Specialty Conference, July 11-13 at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West. The focus of this year’s event is the role of GIS to support better decisions across water, land, and ecological resources.

Esri is a bronze-level sponsor and exhibitor at the conference, where a spectrum of topics will be covered in 37 sessions over the course of three days, ranging from water resource data development techniques to complex computer modeling infrastructures.
The conference organizing committee, led by Esri’s Arc Hydro expert Dean Djokic, created a program that will highlight the latest innovations in GIS and supporting technologies applied to the water resources domain.
“As technology, data availability, and GIS utilization have matured, GIS is transitioning from an ‘information’ product to a ‘decision’ product generator. This conference highlights and reinforces this trend,” Djokic said.
Esri Water Team Leading Technical & Poster Sessions
Five members from the Esri water team will speak with attendees about how GIS supports long-term water planning and policy decisions. They will show attendees how GIS can be used to:

One of the most anticipated sessions will be the Drone2Map demonstration by Esri’s earth observations lead, Daniel Siegel. Esri water team members will also be presenting or moderating the following sessions:
Dean Djokic – Esri professional services team, Arc Hydro lead. AWRA conference general chair & technical program chair.

Caitlin Scopel – Esri software product release team, project manager.

Daniel Siegel – Esri software product release team, earth observations lead.

Nawajish Noman – Esri software product release, team lead.

David Totman – Esri industry marketing team, global water practice industry manager.

To learn more about how Esri technology is being used to optimize water resource management with GIS, visit our water industry webpage or connect with a water resource expert by calling (800) 447-9778.

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