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Location Referencing Guide to Esri Partner Conference and Esri Developer Summit

With the Esri Partner Conference and the Esri Developer Summit rapidly approaching, we wanted to share a focused agenda related to our location referencing products – ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing and ArcGIS Roads and Highways.

Esri Partner Conference (March 10-11) | Palm Springs, CA
Maximize your partner opportunities and learn about the latest product information

The ArcGIS ecosystem provides data management and the ability to share that data across your organization with different stakeholders. ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing and ArcGIS Roads and Highways, extensions to ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise, enable linear refencing capabilities specifically focused on pipeline operators and vertically integrated utilities, and state and local Departments of Transportation.

As Esri business partners, you can leverage the underlying ArcGIS technology to:

for your customers. Attend the below session to learn more about these opportunities.

Partner Strategies for Linear Asset Management

Monday, Mar 11 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT | Mesquite GH | PSCC

Whether it is a utility managing their gas transmission lines, refinery managing their pipelines, or a DOT managing their highways, each industry manages their linear assets differently. Join this session to learn more about asset management strategies and where you as a partner can support your customers.

Speakers: Jeffrey Allen, Global Pipeline Practice Manager, Esri | Nathan Easley, Product Owner and Product Engineer Lead, Esri

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Esri Developer Summit (March 12-15) | Palm Springs, CA
Join a global developer community to learn how to build cutting-edge apps using advanced mapping technology.

Expand the scope of your ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing/ArcGIS Roads and Highways implementation by leveraging the power of the linear referencing REST API. Integrate web services such as applying LRS edits, generating events, converting geometry to measure, translating between LRMs, and more into any application via a REST API to automate complex workflows. Attend the below session to learn more.

ArcGIS Location Referencing: Using Web Services to Edit LRS Data with REST API

Tuesday, Mar 12 | 3:15 PM – 3:45 PM PDT | Demo Theater 3: Mesquite D-E | PSCC

This session will show how leveraging ArcGIS components including ArcGIS Enterprise, Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Pro, and ArcGIS Roads and Highways/ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing works to enable linear referencing as apps and services across the entire organization. We will focus on configuring, publishing, and utilizing REST services in order to use the Linear Referencing API to support LRS network editing, event editing, and conflict prevention.

Speaker: Rahul Rakshit, Principal Product Engineer, Esri

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Esri Showcase

Explore the latest capabilities, get your questions answered, and view custom demos from our Location Referencing product experts. Stop by the ArcGIS Location Referencing kiosk in the ArcGIS Enterprise area at the Esri showcase.

Schedule a time to meet with Nathan Easley, Product Owner and Product Engineer Lead for Location Referencing

Schedule a time to meet with Jay Cary, Product Manager for Location Referencing

About the authors

I am a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Esri who is responsible for messaging, positioning, and branding for an elite portfolio of products. Outside of work, I love traveling and I am a novice birder!

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Nathan Easley is a Product Owner and team lead for the Location Referencing extension at Esri. For the last 11 years he's worked to research and implement linear referencing capabilities into the Location Referencing products, ArcGIS Roads and Highways and ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing.

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Jay Cary is a Product Manager in the Esri Professional Services R&D Center. As a product manager at Esri, Mr. Cary is responsible for supporting software product development, marketing, and customer advocacy for multiple product teams. Before joining Esri in 2007, he worked as a program manager with 15+ years of GIS management and consulting experience in both local and federal government sectors.

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