Gonzalo Espinoza

Gonzalo Espinoza is a Senior Product Engineer at ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World. Gonzalo specializes in hydrologic modeling, real time climate and hydro-informatic tools such as flood mapping and forecasting using National Water Model data. He masters the full geospatial tech stack required to develop scalable and operational services relying on large volumes of EO data in the fields of water and environment. At Living Atlas, he also supports the development of workflows for automation of data updates known as Live Feeds, technology used at Esri’s Disaster Response Program. Before ESRI Gonzalo worked in the development of Water Accounting at UNESCO IHE. Gonzalo has been active professionally and academically, being the runner up in the entrepreneurial innovation bootcamp of the European Space Agency (ESA), and he has published applied research papers related to water balance and fluxes in the Amazon Basin and in the Middle East. He holds a PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

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Live Feeds Powering Updates of ArcGIS Living Atlas Indicators of the Planet

Explore how Live Feeds drive updates for Living Atlas Indicators of the Planet and the online resources available to implement your own routines

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Using ArcGIS Living Atlas to locate areas to promote solar

We combined layers from ArcGIS Living Atlas to identify prime areas for solar incentive programs.

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Creating NetCDF files for Analysis and Visualization in ArcGIS

Use python to transform your data set into netCDF files. Use the ArcGIS platform to perform multidimensional analysis or create visualizations.

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Sharing Water Resources

Achieving water cooperation under water stress

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Auto-Update Time in Web Maps

Use ArcGIS Notebooks to easily keep your maps up-to-date with the proper time extent of its layers

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Using Live Feed Layers in Analytical Workflows

Leveraging near real-time GIS data

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