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Date Event Location
Summer 2023 Esri User Conference
San Diego, California
Date Event Location
September 12–15, 2022  TribalNet Conference and Trade Show Reno, Nevada
October 30–November 4, 2022  79th Annual Convention—National Congress of American Indians  Sacramento, California

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Leveraging a GIS-Based Digital Twin to Advance Your Community

Time: On demand

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

A digital twin is a virtual representation of current conditions in a community—economic status, roads, electrical outages, and broadband availability—modeled from systems of record, data from real-time sensors, and behaviors.

Learn how tribal governments can design and use a digital twin to

  • Leverage incoming resources to understand and improve their critical infrastructure.
  • Modernize how to capture and visualize data, integrate networks, and analyze information.
  • Make the right decisions, discover new patterns, and unlock data's potential with real-time information and an authoritative network.

 

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How to Create a Geospatial Strategy

Time: On demand

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

A geospatial strategy is a business-oriented plan designed to help change the functions and behavior of an organization to deliver added value. This strategy defines how your organization will use GIS to achieve specific goals and desired outcomes. This plan includes how to leverage people, processes, and the technology needed to meet your defined goals and outcomes.

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Communicating the Value of GIS

Time: On demand

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

Aligning your GIS work and initiatives with the vision your leadership has for your organization is critical. To establish or expand support for your GIS work, you need to secure your leadership's sponsorship through effective communication. Therefore, it is vital that you learn how to communicate the value of your program or project as a solution to a problem the executive is interested in solving. To do this, it is best to frame your program or project in one of two ways—either in relation to the leader's vision or the leader's challenge.

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From Manager to Leader

Time: On demand

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

GIS leaders are usually not associated with specific job descriptions, positions, or titles. They can be managers, analysts, technicians, administrators, developers, programmers, or specialists. They lead by example and serve as partners and advisers who refine and enhance GIS business processes. If you lead a GIS team—or aspire to—join us for this session; it will benefit current and future GIS managers, business and technology strategists, and decision-makers.

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