ArcGIS Excalibur

ArcGIS Excalibur at Esri UC 2020

Esri UC is going virtual this year! We on the ArcGIS Excalibur team is excited to meet you in the new conference format!

 

What is ArcGIS Excalibur?

ArcGIS Excalibur provides an intuitive web-based experience that lets you search for, discover, annotate, and exploit imagery. You can integrate imagery and authoritative GIS data and view imagery from multiple perspectives to gain the maximum analytic value from your data. You can also streamline image exploitation tasks and provide transparency into your imagery projects, helping you quickly deliver useful insights to decision-makers.

Join us at UC 2020

ArcGIS Excalibur will release new enhancements and capabilities in Version 2.0, and we are excited to share these enhancements and capabilities. Be sure to register and favorite the session on the Esri Events app to add to your conference agenda. Can’t make the session or have more questions? No problem. Connect with the team in the virtual expo for a 1:1 meeting. Participation is free to all organizations current on maintenance, but individual registration is required to participate.

Demo Theater presentations available on-demand

Registered “All-access” participants will have access to hundreds of on-demand demo theater presentations during the conference (July 13-16) via the virtual event platform. The following session featuring ArcGIS Excalibur will be discoverable by title beginning July 13.

Interested in learning more before the conference?

Connect with us!

 

We look forward to connecting with you at UC 2020!

About the authors

Megha is a Product Engineer based out of the Esri DC office. She focuses on writing documentation, product design, and testing.

Lauren Lipovic is a Product Marketing Manager at Esri. Lauren joined the Product Marketing team after spending four years on Esri’s Global Business Development team, where she led the development of the company’s digital sales and public policy practices. Her 10 years of experience spans across strategic planning, policymaking, and business development in government, NGO, and software industries. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals and industry news on the topics of economics, government data, and innovation. Lauren holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s in economics and policy analysis from DePaul University. Lauren is passionate about supporting Esri customers solve problems with geospatial technologies and solutions.

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