Adam Carnow
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Adam Carnow is the Public Works Industry Marketing Specialist at Esri, the global market leader in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He is a keynote speaker and thought leader. He collaborates with his colleagues, Esri Partners and customers to lead the successful application of ArcGIS across the public works disciplines. Mr. Carnow has over 30 years of experience as a GIS practitioner in the public and private sectors, as well as academia. During his 15-year career at Esri he has previously served as a Local Government Account Manager and a Community Evangelist. Prior to joining Esri, he practiced as a GIS consultant and planner in the AEC industry and taught GIS at the University of South Florida. He holds a BA in Geography, and a MA in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida and has achieved certification as an Urban Planner (AICP) and GIS Professional (GISP). He is a member of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) Board of Directors and a graduate of the URISA GIS Leadership Academy.

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APWA’s Focus on Public Works for June 2022: Emergency Management

APWA’s Focus on Public Works for June 2022: Emergency Management

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Public Works Activities at the 2022 Esri User Conference

Public Works Activities at the 2022 Esri International User Conference

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Esri and Our Partners, Working Together for Customer Success

Here are six splendid examples of our partners at work, helping public works and engineering professionals across the country be more successful.

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The Geographic Approach to Winter Weather Operations

Three cities well known for snow and icy roadways, leverage GIS to keep their communities safe and moving despite harsh weather.

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Public Works and GIS, a Retrospective of 2021 Success Stories

It’s the time of year, end of one – beginning of another, gain some inspiration and review the top success stories of Public Works in 2021.

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Planners Need to Quit Using Sticks & Start Using Carrots – First Step, Start with GIS

Adopting geospatial technology helps planning professionals to create innovative solutions and design a thriving community.

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