Arc GIS for Pipelines, Jeff Allen
Wednesday, October 31, 09:00-10:00, Premium Suite 3
This presentation will provide a first-hand look at the latest Esri technology for pipeline operator specific workflows. During this session we will cover 1.) Maintaining a Pipeline System of Record – Collect and maintain an authoritative detailed representation of your pipelines utilizing both linear referencing and network representations; 2.) Supporting Everyday Workflows – Standardize and improve daily processes such as asset inspections and operational surveillance: share the data anywhere, anytime; 3.) Gaining Business Insights – Enrich enterprise systems with location-based information to gain new business insight that improves analysis and decision-making.
ArcGIS for Field Mobility, Jeff Shaner
Wednesday, October 30, 10:30-11:30, Premium Suite 1
Mapping asset locations, completing regulatory inspections, navigating to the well pad, knowing where your field workforce is and where they have been. Organizations are using Esri’s mobile apps to improve the efficiency of their field operations and the accuracy of their data. During this session, we will provide an overview of Esri’s mobile apps strategy and present a road map for Workforce, Navigator, Collector, Survey123, Explorer and Location Tracking.
ArcGIS Indoors, David Jacobs
Wednesday, October 30, 11:30-12:00, Premium Suite 1
Interested in a system of systems for your workplace, campus, facility or installation? ArcGIS Indoors is a complete indoor mapping system for assembling, managing and sharing building and campus information. Use ArcGIS Indoors for location discovery and wayfinding, asset management, operational data analysis, and crowdsource reporting to keep the indoor environment functional. This session will cover how to assemble indoor data, add business value, and share it with web and mobile clients to support a wide range of workflows. We will briefly discuss indoor positioning, and identify primary roles and workflows to implement the latest indoor visualizations and mappings solutions.
ArcGIS Enterprise, David Jacob
Wednesday, October 30, 13:30-14:30, Premium Suite 1
Modern technology has ushered in an era of unprecedented data volume and today’s tech-savvy users expect to have access to this information at their fingertips. The technology and analytics required to process, analyze, and ultimately serve this kind of high volume, high demand data is what ArcGIS Enterprise was engineered to do out of the box. Learn about ArcGIS Enterprise, its various server roles, what's new in the product, additional real-time and big data capabilities, and more. The session will also highlight how ArcGIS Enterprise can help you manage rapidly increasing volumes of remotely sensed imagery, with a full range of image processing, cataloging, and delivery options that provide access to both image archives and imagery streaming in from many sensors.
Insights for ArcGIS, Dal Hunter
Wednesday, October 30, 14:30-15:00, Premium Suite 1
Insights for ArcGIS is available as part of ArcGIS Enterprise and Online and provides a new user experience for analysis that focuses on simpler ways to work with your data in order to answer questions and share results—including visualization, drag and drop analytics, and on-the-fly filtering and aggregations. Insights for ArcGIS is designed to make interactive and exploratory analysis fast and intuitive so that you can gain understanding from your data in a spatial context. You will learn how to get started with Insights for ArcGIS, including adding data from numerous sources, exploring some of the available analyses, and seeing how to share results and models, as we work through some analysis examples.