Design and Planning

GeoPlanner for ArcGIS at UC 2015

Planning to attend the 2015 Esri User Conference and want to learn more about GeoPlanner and how it can help you solve complex Geodesign problems?

Here’s a day-by-day breakdown of sessions that will feature GeoPlanner and its underlying design and planning process, Geodesign:

Tuesday, July 21:

  1. GeoPlanner: Web-Based Site Suitability with Weighted Raster Overlay (Room 09, Technical Workshop, 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM) – Explore how GeoPlanner can assist in identifying and targeting sites of interest to your organization or company through web-based suitability analysis using weighted raster overlay.
  2. GeoPlanner for ArcGIS: Configuring for Use in Your Organization (Demo Theater 10 – Apps, 5:30 PM- 6:15 PM) – Learn how to create custom templates or configurations that represent the data, symbols, attributes and default values important to planning in your industry.

Wednesday, July 22:

  1. GeoPlanner for ArcGIS: An Overview (Ballroom 06 A, Technical Workshop, 1:30 PM- 2:45 PM) – Lean about core functionality of GeoPlanner, including importing data, using built-in assessment tools, sketching and comparing scenarios.
  2. Bring Geodesign into Your Business (Implementation Center, Demo Theater Presentation, 4:30 PM- 5:15 PM). Determine ways in which your business can deliver powerful strategic insight by using Geodesign for scenario planning.

Thursday, July 23:

  1. Geodesign for Conservation Easement Prioritization (Demo Theater 1 – Non-Profit, 11:30 AM- 12:15 PM). Discover how GeoPlanner can support conservation planning following the principles of Geodesign.

Interested in learning more about Geodesign and Esri technology? Check out these sessions:

Search the UC Agenda for times and locations of these sessions.

GeoPlanner and Geodesign will be featured in the 3D, Conservation and Apps Islands in the showcase area. Come by to learn, ask questions, and meet some of our team members. We look forward to seeing you at the UC!

Contributed by John Preysner, intern with the GeoPlanner team, 2015.

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