State of California Community Events


Join Esri and change makers in California’s state government at technology-focused events

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Discover the combined power of GIS and collaboration

Join Esri’s California team and work with us to bring the problem-solving power of geographic information system (GIS) technology to creating a better California. Our meetings will provide an opportunity to do the following:

  • Learn about new technologies and important updates to existing technologies
  • Discover best practices and explore different ways to apply GIS to existing workflows
  • Provide feedback and ask questions during an open discussion

Open Hours

GeoAI for State of California GIS Workflows

Date: April 27, 2022

Time: 11:00 a.m - Noon (PT)

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

During this session, we explored GeoAI, which is the intersection of machine learning and location intelligence. GeoAI is a cross-cutting capability that can help you make predictions, find hidden patterns, and perform imagery feature extraction. In this recording, the California Esri account team and a guest speaker, David Yu, dive into GeoAI and how to leverage GeoAI tools to create real solutions for problems being faced today.

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Open Hours

Real-Time Data and Analytics

Date: February 9, 2022

Time: Noon – 1:00 p.m. (PT)

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

This session provided an overview of ArcGIS Velocity, Esri's cloud-native, real-time, and big data analysis capability. With ArcGIS Velocity, users can connect to real-time feeds from multiple sources, track assets and fleets, analyze personnel movement, monitor and protect infrastructure, and review archived historical data. This session also provided information on how to get started and discuss relevant uses of ArcGIS Velocity that are directly related to State of California initiatives and issues.

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Focused technology meeting

Citizen Science and Community Collaboration

Date: November 3, 2021

Time: 12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. (PT)

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

Language: English

Thank you for joining Esri’s California team to explore how GIS enhances citizen science and community collaboration. We hope you were able to connect with Morgan Sapia and Manushi Majumdar’s showcase about the power of ArcGIS Hub and the business solutions it provides through customer success stories and demonstrations.

A recording of this session is now available, which covers the following topics:

  • Creating and configuring your first ArcGIS Hub site
  • Using GIS to engage and collaborate with your community
  • Performing advanced analytics on your data using ArcGIS Notebooks

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