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Plenary Session

March 12–13, 2024

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Be inspired by Jack Dangermond and other notable thought leaders in these recordings from the 2024 Esri Developer Summit.

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Jack Dangermond, Esri

With a background in landscape architecture and urban design, Jack Dangermond and his wife, Laura Dangermond, founded Esri in 1969 on the idea that computer-based mapping and analysis could make significant contributions to geographic planning and environmental science.

Liz Fulton, Asplundh

Liz Fulton has over 20 years of experience in GIS, remote sensing, IT, and education working in various sectors, including government, engineering, surveying, environment, and utilities. She leads digital innovation initiatives for Asplundh’s vegetation management division, providing digital and geospatial solutions to support employees and customers. Liz is passionate about using geospatial technology to improve efficiency and decision-making and is always seeking opportunities to spatially enable people.

Justin Madex, Victorian Government

Justin Madex is the spatial services manager within the Victorian Department of Transport and Planning. Working in the spatial field since 2007, Justin has had the opportunity to work with groups across Australia and New Zealand. He develops spatial strategies, creates web mapping solutions, and helps organizations maximize the benefits of ArcGIS. Currently, Justin is focused on empowering Victorian planning through advancements in 3D spatial analysis and visualization.

Michael Healander, Airspace Link

As cofounder, president, and CEO of Airspace Link, Michael Healander is responsible for leading all facets of the business. Michael has a proven executive management track record and 15 years of experience driving growth in the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) and geospatial industries. Airspace Link’s award-winning AirHub platform has been described by federal, state, and local government partners and commercial operators as the “smart maps for drones”.

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