Pat Wallis, AICP, GISP, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, has led Esri's indoor practice since 2011. He develops the methods and processes to create and use indoor location information to meet the needs of employees, visitors, students, and business operations worldwide. After graduating from Tulane University with a master's degree in architecture, Wallis began his career as an engineer officer in the US Army, serving in various roles before leaving the service with the rank of captain. More recently, Wallis worked as a senior asset manager for the United States Coast Guard, overseeing a real estate portfolio of over 4,000 assets totaling more than 8.6 million square feet with a value exceeding $3 billion.
ArcGIS Indoors: An Introduction
ArcGIS Indoors provides workplace management problem solvers with the ability to operate and optimize the built environment. This presentation will demonstrate how ArcGIS Indoors improves an organizations ability to realize a return on investment (ROI) by providing a framework to integrate, visualize, analyze, and share data. Think of it as a system of systems for your workplace, venue, campus, or installation, connecting existing systems of record, insight, and engagement for facilities, energy, space, and portfolio management. We will identify primary roles and workflows to implement the latest indoor visualizations and mapping solutions. Please join us to learn how ArcGIS Indoors can optimize your current operations as well as provide a strategic advantage.