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ArcGIS Online at the 2023 FedGIS Conference

Join the ArcGIS Online team at the 2023 FedGIS Conference on February 7 – 8, 2023, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. This conference is geared to bring those who work for or with federal government organizations together to gain knowledge on complex issues and how they can leverage GIS to solve them. Every year there is a new theme that is chosen to inspire our users. This year’s theme is GIS – Linking Science to Action. This confrence will inspire the Federal GIS community to enhance decision-making across government and those working to make their work matter by using ArcGIS.  We have some exciting sessions geared to encourage and inspire our users on how they can integrate ArcGIS technology to accomplish meaningful and impactful objectives. Each session is led by our subject matter experts, together with key presenters from various Federal organizations.

Check out the detailed agenda below.

Tuesday February 7th agenda
Wednesday February 8th agenda
General resources

Tuesday, February 7th

Title Description Presenter Day & Time Venue
ArcGIS Online: Introduction to Instant Apps ArcGIS Instant Apps is an easy and engaging way to share data and maps with your organization. There are a variety of templates to choose from, which are simple to configure and reflect the story you are sharing with your audience. This workshop will demonstrate how to get started with Instant Apps for ArcGIS Online by taking you through workflows that leverage various Instant Apps templates such as 3D Viewer, Slider, Countdown, and Nearby. Leave the session ready to create intuitive applications that suit your project’s needs.

Meagan Snow and Tim St. Onge will discuss the Library of Congress’ use of ArcGIS Instant Apps. As the Library recently started using ArcGIS Instant Apps, they will provide insight into considerations and showcase some of their recent applications.

Julia Bayer, Esri

 

Julia Shi, Esri

 

Helen Turvene, Esri

 

Meagen Snow, Library of Congress

Tim St. Orange, Library of Congress

Tuesday, February 7th | 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM EST

(10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PST)

 

 

WEWCC Room 145 A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ArcGIS Online: Collaborating and Sharing Promote collaborative map and app editing between multiple ArcGIS Online organizations using partnered collaboration. Come to this session to learn how to comanage groups, maps, apps, and members to create rich interorganizational content.

NIFC will show how they use groups and content sharing options within ArcGIS Online to manage workflows across multiple team roles during a wildfire incident.

Jacob Lias, Esri

Scott Ball, Esri

Katie Hansen (NIFC Admin), USDOI National Park Service

Tuesday, February 7th | 1:45pm – 2:45PM EST (10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PST) WEWCC Room 145 A
ArcGIS Online: Intro to Data Management Learn about dataset workflows to fully leverage ArcGIS Online technologies promoting scalability for editing, system integration, and visualization workflows. Understand different methods of publishing and updating data and find the optimal approach for your requirements.

In summer 2022 NTIA migrated its enclosed ArcGIS Enterprise environment to a FedRAMP Low ArcGIS Online organization with the potential for greater public sharing.  Learn the best practices NTIA developed to help manage and migrate their 500+ user online GIS platform.

Lisa Berry, Esri

Patrick Ryan, Esri

Chris Messerich, Esri

Lindsey Hays, Department of Commerce

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM EST

(10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 103 B
ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise: Architectural Patterns and Practices It is a common misconception that an organization should use either ArcGIS Enterprise or ArcGIS Online when, in fact, many organizations successfully use both. This session will cover how to choose the deployment that best fits your organizational needs. We will talk about the different forms of hybrid patterns that best take advantage of each environment’s unique strengths to build the best possible system and help you plan. Philip Heede, Esri

 

Jill Edstrom-Shoemaker, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM EST

(10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 156
ArcGIS Online: Collaborating Across Organizations  

Promote collaborative map and app editing within your organization using groups and ArcGIS Online sharing options. Come to this session to learn how to comanage groups, maps, apps, and members to create rich collaborative content. NIFC will show how they use groups and content sharing options within ArcGIS Online to manage workflows across multiple team roles during a wildfire incident.

Jacob Lias, Esri

 

Scott Ball, Esri

 

Katie Hansen (NIFC Admin), USDOI National Park Service

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM EST

(10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 143 B
ArcGIS StoryMaps: The Basics: Plus What’s New and What’s Coming Looking to create your first story? ArcGIS StoryMaps helps you tell remarkable stories with custom maps that inform and inspire. We’ll share a step-by-step guide to using the ArcGIS StoryMaps builder to bring your content to life. You’ll find it easier than ever to make beautiful and informative multimedia narratives. You’ll learn about new storytelling features and get a sneak peek into our plans for upcoming storytelling capabilities. Jennifer Bell, Esri

 

Owen Evans, Esri

 

Abby England, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM EST

(10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PST)

 

 

 

 

WEWCC Room 146 A

 

 

 

 

ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online: A SaaS Approach to Remote Sensing ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online is a complete software as a service (SaaS) for image management and raster analytics—use Esri’s cloud resources to host, analyze, and stream imagery and raster collections in ArcGIS Online. In this technical workshop, learn how ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online can be used end-to-end to easily manage aerial and satellite imagery data and then pivot quickly to analyze that same data using powerful raster tools and deep learning models, all in the cloud. Kurt Schwoppe, Esri

 

Jonah Hall, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Salon H
ArcGIS Online: Arcade Features and Functionality ArcGIS Arcade is an expression language in ArcGIS that gives you the flexibility to create custom and conditional content. Understanding how to use it within ArcGIS Online will enhance your workflows. Learn how and where to access Arcade in ArcGIS Online to write expressions for labeling, pop-ups, and visualizations to transform your data into information with style and clarity. Learn about geometry functions, custom pop-up elements, the use of HTML, and FeatureSets. Also, learn about considerations for improving performance and tips for navigating through the new Arcade Editor. Kristian Ekenes, Esri

 

Diana Lavery, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 102 B
ArcGIS Online: Security and Compliance Come to this session for a security, privacy, and compliance overview of ArcGIS Online including best practices and discussion about certifications and other security information. A key topic in this session will be FedRAMP compliance and an update on the progress of ArcGIS Online going from FedRAMP Low to FedRAMP Moderate. Randall Williams, Esri

 

Michael Young, Esri

 

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 147 B
ArcGIS Online: Getting to Know the Premium Feature Data Store Each ArcGIS Online organization includes the power of a relational database and storage for feature data. But some workflows or use cases may benefit from the additional capacity to support analysis, concurrent editing, or the reassurance of a single-tenant database. This session will describe the ArcGIS Premium Feature Data Store levels and offer some insight into how you can assess and project your organization’s present and ongoing storage and computation needs. Marianne Farretta, Esri Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 143 B
ArcGIS Online: Administering Your Organization Come to this session to learn how to develop and implement an administration strategy for your ArcGIS Online organization. Key topics will include best practices around branding your organization, managing members and content, monitoring usage, and improving organizational security. This session will also touch on what’s coming in the product road map and resources for further learning. Jacob Lias, Esri

 

Amanda Giron, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 151 A

 

 

 

 

 

 

ArcGIS Online: An Introduction to Map Viewer Go from data to impactful maps in minutes with Map Viewer! Come to this session to familiarize yourself with the broad range of Map Viewer capabilities. From simple viewing to sophisticated authoring, learn about new Map Viewer tools and visualization enhancements supporting your creation of beautiful and informative data products. Keera Morrish, Esri

 

Russell Roberts, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 152 B

 

 

ArcGIS Hub: Best Practices for Federal Hub Site Creation and Content Curation Organizations around the world are using ArcGIS Hub to engage communities, promote transparency, collaborate across departments, and make critical data open and accessible. Attend this session to get an introduction to ArcGIS Hub and see the innovative, impactful ways it is being used. The presenters will share best practices for site creation and content management, including user roles and privileges, login configurations, managing domains, download workflows, and sharing content. Sydney Bohn, Esri

 

Jill Saligoe-Simmel, Esri

 

Katherine Smyth, Esri

 

Thomas Hervey, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 152 A

 

 

 

 

 

Living Atlas: An Introduction and Content Overview ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World is the foremost collection of geographic information from around the globe. It includes curated and authoritative maps, apps, and layers from Esri and the global GIS user community. Living Atlas supports your work across the entire ArcGIS system. This session will provide an overview of Living Atlas content that is available, with an emphasis on recent additions and updates. We will demonstrate how you can use Living Atlas content in your work and how you can share your work as part of Living Atlas. Deane Kensok, Esri

 

Roger Johnson, USGS

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

(12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 147 A
ArcGIS Online: Spatial Analysis This workshop is an introduction to performing spatial analysis in ArcGIS Online. We will showcase the newly enhanced analysis and charting capabilities in the ArcGIS Online Map Viewer and provide an overview of the available tools. Through demonstrations of analysis workflows, we will explore how you can use your organization’s data as well as data from the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World to discover new trends and solve spatial problems using Map Viewer and other web clients such as ArcGIS Dashboards and ArcGIS Instant Apps. We will also introduce using ArcGIS Notebooks to automate your spatial analysis workflows. Lauren Bennett, Esri

 

Jian Lange, Esri

 

Flora Vale, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM EST

(1:15 PM – 2:15 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 146 B
ArcGIS Online: Accessibility Best Practices for Web Apps Web applications provide the capability for your audience to interact with your data and maps. Designing apps with accessibility best practices ensures that all audiences can easily interact with and understand your information. Come to this session to learn how to optimize support for screen readers, keyboard navigation, and other assistive technologies across ArcGIS Online. In this session, you will learn about testing accessibility in web apps. You will also be introduced to tools and techniques that ensure you are developing an inclusive app experience. Karl Franz, Esri

 

Liz Todd, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM EST

(1:15 PM – 2:15 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 143 B
ArcGIS Experience Builder: An Introduction ArcGIS Experience Builder empowers you to quickly transform your tabular, 2D, and 3D data into interactive, customized, and mobile-optimized web apps and pages. This session will cover the building blocks of Experience Builder including pages, windows, sections, widgets, layouts, and themes and how these all work together seamlessly and adapt to different screen sizes. Learn how Experience Builder integrates with other parts of the ArcGIS system, like ArcGIS Survey123, for more streamlined and engaging applications. Victoria Anderson, Esri

 

Chilisa Shorten, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM EST (1:15 PM – 2:15 PM PST)

 

 

WEWCC Room 147 A

 

 

 

 

ArcGIS StoryMaps: How Agencies Manage Their ArcGIS StoryMaps Programs In this panel discussion you’ll learn about successful ArcGIS StoryMaps programs created by federal government agencies. You’ll get useful advice, tips, and resources from the people behind those programs, and you’ll learn how you can make ArcGIS StoryMaps a key component of your organization’s communication efforts. Michelle Thomas, Esri

 

Allen Carroll, Esri

 

Rafael de Ameller, NOAA

 

Tiffany Small, NOAA/NESDIS Visualization Lab

 

Juan Pablo Hurtado Padilla, NOAA

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM EST

(1:15 PM – 2:15 PM PST)

 

 

WEWCC Room 146 A

 

 

 

 

 

ArcGIS Dashboards: An Introduction ArcGIS Dashboards is a configurable web app that provides location-aware data visualization and analytics for a real-time view of people, services, assets, and events. With dashboards, you can easily convey the activities and key indicators that are most important to your organization. In this introductory session, you’ll see examples of existing dashboards that help users improve their operational efficiency and gain insight from synthesizing their data. You’ll then learn how to configure charts, gauges, maps, and more to reflect the status and performance of the data that matters most to you. Adam Pfister, Esri

 

Colin Kelly, Esri

Tuesday, Feb 7th | 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM EST

(1:15 PM – 2:15 PM PST)

 

 

WEWCC Room 146 C

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, February 8th

Title Description Presenter Day & Time Venue
ArcGIS Online: An Introduction to Map Viewer Go from data to impactful maps in minutes with Map Viewer! Come to this session to familiarize yourself with the broad range of Map Viewer capabilities. From simple viewing to sophisticated authoring, learn about new Map Viewer tools and visualization enhancements supporting your creation of beautiful and informative data products. Keera Morrish, Esri

 

Russell Roberts, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM EST

(5:30 AM – 6:30 AM PST)

 

 

WEWCC Room 150 A
ArcGIS Hub: Best Practices for Federal Hub Site Creation and Content Curation Organizations around the world are using ArcGIS Hub to engage communities, promote transparency, collaborate across departments, and make critical data open and accessible. Attend this session to get an introduction to ArcGIS Hub and see the innovative, impactful ways it is being used. The presenters will share best practices for site creation and content management, including user roles and privileges, login configurations, managing domains, download workflows, and sharing content. Sydney Bohn, Esri

 

Jill Saligoe-Simmel, Esri

 

Katherine Smyth, Esri

 

Thomas Hervey, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM EST

(5:30 AM – 6:30 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 151 A
ArcGIS Dashboards: An Introduction ArcGIS Dashboards is a configurable web app that provides location-aware data visualization and analytics for a real-time view of people, services, assets, and events. With dashboards, you can easily convey the activities and key indicators that are most important to your organization. In this introductory session, you’ll see examples of existing dashboards that help users improve their operational efficiency and gain insight from synthesizing their data. You’ll then learn how to configure charts, gauges, maps, and more to reflect the status and performance of the data that matters most to you. Adam Pfister, Esri

 

Colin Kelly, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

(8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 150 A
ArcGIS Online: Introduction to Instant Apps ArcGIS Instant Apps is an easy and engaging way to share data and maps with your organization. There are a variety of templates to choose from, which are simple to configure and reflect the story you are sharing with your audience. This workshop will demonstrate how to get started with Instant Apps for ArcGIS Online by taking you through workflows that leverage various Instant Apps templates such as 3D Viewer, Slider, Countdown, and Nearby. Leave the session ready to create intuitive applications that suit your project’s needs.

Meagan Snow and Tim St. Onge will discuss the Library of Congress’ use of ArcGIS Instant Apps. As the Library recently started using ArcGIS Instant Apps, they will provide insight into considerations and showcase some of their recent applications.

Julia Bayer, Esri

 

Julia Shi, Esri

 

Helen Turvene, Esri

 

Meagen Snow, Library of Congress

Tim St. Orange, Library of Congress

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

(8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 154 AB
ArcGIS StoryMaps: The Basics: Plus What’s New and What’s Coming Looking to create your first story? ArcGIS StoryMaps helps you tell remarkable stories with custom maps that inform and inspire. We’ll share a step-by-step guide to using the ArcGIS StoryMaps builder to bring your content to life. You’ll find it easier than ever to make beautiful and informative multimedia narratives. You’ll learn about new storytelling features and get a sneak peek into our plans for upcoming storytelling capabilities. Jennifer Bell, Esri

 

Owen Evans, Esri

 

Abby England, Esri

 

 

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

(8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEWCC Room 151 A

ArcGIS Hub: Managing and Collaborating with Your Community ArcGIS Hub helps organizations collaborate and engage with their communities. In this session, you will learn how to manage the content and apps that community members can access, as well as how to control and leverage the ways in which community members can participate in projects and initiatives. The use of ArcGIS Hub sharing controls, teams, sign-up configurations, community identities, and the latest engagement tools will be highlighted. Jay Dev, Esri

 

Katherine Smyth, Esri

 

Adam Pfister, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EST

(10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 151 A
ArcGIS Experience Builder: An Introduction ArcGIS Experience Builder empowers you to quickly transform your tabular, 2D, and 3D data into interactive, customized, and mobile-optimized web apps and pages. This session will cover the building blocks of Experience Builder including pages, windows, sections, widgets, layouts, and themes and how these all work together seamlessly and adapt to different screen sizes. Learn how Experience Builder integrates with other parts of the ArcGIS system, like ArcGIS Survey123, for more streamlined and engaging applications. Victoria Anderson, Esri

 

Chilisa Shorten, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EST

(10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 150 A

 

ArcGIS StoryMaps: How Agencies Manage Their ArcGIS StoryMaps Programs In this panel discussion you’ll learn about successful ArcGIS StoryMaps programs created by federal government agencies. You’ll get useful advice, tips, and resources from the people behind those programs, and you’ll learn how you can make ArcGIS StoryMaps a key component of your organization’s communication efforts. Michelle Thomas, Esri

 

Allen Carroll, Esri

 

Rafael de Ameller, NOAA

 

Tiffany Small, NOAA/NESDIS Visualization Lab

 

Juan Pablo Hurtado Padilla, NOAA

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM EST

(11:45 AM – 12:45 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 151 B
ArcGIS Online: Building Effective Instant Apps Come and discover some best practices for creating performant and effective web applications using ArcGIS Instant Apps. Learn how to best communicate to your audience using interactive web applications while addressing the problem you want to solve with the geospatial information included in your map. Topics include how to configure a web map before creating your app, how to present the result in a more meaningful way to your users, and how to apply the finishing touches to your app. Jo Fraley, Esri

 

Cole Walts, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM EST

(11:45 AM – 12:45 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 151 A
ArcGIS Online: Best Practices for Authoring Scalable Apps Learn how to ensure the stability of public information during high-volume use and unexpected spikes in traffic—emergency events, power outages, public health information. Following some best practices, ArcGIS Online can support millions of concurrent users. We’ll also explore privacy and data sensitivity best practices for public layers. Renee Bernstien, Esri

Brady Hoak, Esri

Adam Fackler, NAPSG Foundation

 

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM EST

(11:45 AM – 12:45 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 150 B
Choosing the Right Applications for State and Local Government Workflows Have you ever struggled to decide when to use which of the variety of apps offered in ArcGIS Online? Maybe you’ve wondered why you would choose ArcGIS Experience Builder over ArcGIS Dashboards or vice versa. In this session, we’ll go over scenarios in which to use customized versus out-of-the-box apps, recommendations for when to leverage analytic tools, and the best ways to share your data and apps. We’ll look at common workflows for state and local governments and how determining the right application(s) can create more effective products for public and internal engagements. Julia Wood, Esri

 

Robert Rike, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM EST

(11:45 AM – 12:45 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 103 B
Living Atlas: An Introduction to OpenStreetMap Content OpenStreetMap (OSM) is an open, editable map of the world. Learn how to find and use OSM data through feature layers that are continuously updated. This session will also discuss how to contribute to OpenStreetMap to improve the map in your community and create a custom view of OSM layers for your mapping and analysis needs.

Maggie will provide a brief overview of OpenStreetMap activity within the United States, and discuss a project intended to enable OpenStreetMap data under a Public Domain license to make it more accessible to U.S. Federal Government organizations.

Deane Kensok, Esri

 

Maggie Cawley, OpenStreetMap US

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST

(1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 150 B
ArcGIS Dashboards: Designing Effective Dashboards Good dashboards provide key insights at a glance. They are effective in communicating what is important. In this session, you will learn tips for getting the most out of your dashboards with best practices specific to various patterns of use. Discover how to communicate status and evaluate performance. Get ideas for new ways to present information and visualize your data effectively.

The USGS Geospatial Information Response Team (GIRT) will be presenting two dashboards that are heavily utilized by USGS programs. The first is the High Water Mark Planning Dashboard for coordinating and viewing high water marks collected by federal agencies shortly after a hurricane event. Second is the New Mexico Fire Dashboard for monitoring debris flow risks after a fire.

Ezra Bosworth-Ahmet, Esri

 

Dave Nyenhuis, Esri

 

Chris Cretini, U.S. Geological Survey

 

Lance Clampitt, USGS

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST
(1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PST)
WEWCC Room 150 A
Modernize Your ArcGIS Web AppBuilder Apps Using ArcGIS Experience Builder ArcGIS Experience Builder is built on the latest web technologies. As more capabilities are added to Experience Builder, it might be time to consider modernizing your ArcGIS Web AppBuilder apps. In this session, you will learn how to improve your app with the most modern technology Experience Builder offers while keeping a consistent user interface and workflow to minimize the impact on your existing audience. We will talk about Experience Builder templates, building complete experiences, and mobile optimization.

Jonathon will present on the National Marine Fisheries Services’ Critical Habitat Mapper.

Jo Fraley, Esri

 

Laura Phoebus, Esri

 

Will Blach, Esri

 

Jonathan Molineaux, NOAA

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST

(1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 151 A
ArcGIS Online: Administering Your Organization Come to this session to learn how to develop and implement an administration strategy for your ArcGIS Online organization. Key topics will include best practices around branding your organization, managing members and content, monitoring usage, and improving organizational security. This session will also touch on what’s coming in the product road map and resources for further learning. Jacob Lias, Esri

 

Amanda Giron, Esri

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM EST

(2:15 PM – 3:15 PM PST)

 

 

WEWCC Room 150 A
ArcGIS: Modernize Your Geospatial Infrastructure This session will share best practices for success in multiorganization hub networks and geospatial infrastructure. We’ll focus on workflows using ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Hub to meet federal FAIR (findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability) and open data obligations. Learn new patterns of sharing and collaboration with your authoritative data-providing partners. Integrated geospatial infrastructure offers an opportunity to expand beyond traditional (meta)data catalogs to a comprehensive system of systems. ArcGIS is an end-to-end system of record, insights, and engagement that interconnects organizations in a global geospatial ecosystem. Satish Sankaran, Esri

 

Jill Saligoe-Simmel

Wednesday, Feb 8th | 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM EST

(2:15 PM – 3:15 PM PST)

 

WEWCC Room 158 AB

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About the author

Bobbi is a Product Marketer who helps support Esri's SaaS product offerings including ArcGIS Online. She is an alumna of California Baptist University with a bachelor's degree in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations.

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