Well, the 2020 ESRI UC has come and gone … actually there are a few more online events and special interest group meetings today. My impression of this online conference? Let’s just say parts were informative. However, I bet it was a monumental task to pull it all together.
The plenary and workshop videos are still online when you login to esri.com/uc . Not sure how long they will stay up. I did notice they have some recorded content on YouTube here and also on the ESRI video site here.
Add a comment below about your impressions of the conference. Let’s hope we are back in San Diego next year!
This is a reminder of the SCAG/ESRI Special Interest Group meeting, Thursday July 16th from 1 pm to 3 pm. It is a free event and open to all government agencies. It will introduce you to an exciting new initiative: the SCAG Regional Data Platform (RDP). Your involvement in this project is essential to shaping the future of planning and sustainable development in the SCAG region, locally and regionally. To kick-start a meaningful collaboration, we would like to gather local jurisdictions to introduce the project and what it means to you, showcase initial ideas, ask for feedback, and explain what’s coming in the next year. This meeting will also highlight progress on a number of other SCAG initiatives, such as the SoCal Greenprint, and High Injury Network (HIN).
*Please note that this Special Interest Group Meeting is a private event, and is therefore not listed in the official EsriUser Conference schedule
We hope you will join us for this special event!
Join us via Zoom
Please RSVP to the SCAG Special Interest Group Meeting
The RDP Core Team, Tom Vo at email@example.com or Javier Aguilar at firstname.lastname@example.org can answers any questions and provide further information on this event.
SCAG RDP Core Team
URISA just announced their Inaugural Virtual GIS Leadership Academy, to be held August 3-7, limited to 30 individuals.
The curriculum emphasizes best practices and skills-based training taught by GIS experts committed to preparing others for leadership in managing challenges and figuring ways to help groups and organizations achieve their goals. The cost to attend will be $600 for URISA members and $800 for non-members.
For more info and to register, click here.
The 2020 ESRI UC is next week online! Download the attendee guide to know how to access the virtual conference, know the plenary schedule, and access sessions and other events.
The 2020 ESRI User Conference is next week. If you are into ArcGIS Pro, there are many events and sessions for you to attend. Click below to see a listing of live streamed events and on-demand sessions.
Planning on attending the 2020 ESRI User Conference in 12 days? Check out the current Q&A that might answer some of your questions about this particular online event.
The Open Source Geospatial Foundation’s UK Chapter OSGeo:UK are running a free one day online FOSS4G event on June 17, 2020. This is open to everyone globally. Details at https://uk.osgeo.org/foss4gukonline2020/
You can find a draft program here: https://uk.osgeo.org/foss4gukonline2020/programme.html
ESRI has released the agenda for the 2020 ESRI User Conference. The conference is online only this year for just 3 days, July 13 to 15. Click below to check out the agenda.
The 2020 Census is underway! This presentation will share the ways in which the Census Bureau has modernized the decennial census taking process, with a focus on:
- The comprehensive national address list and associated geospatial database
- Invitation and self response phases
- Non-response follow up phase
- Data tabulation and dissemination
- The presentation will share the current status of operations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and plans for completing the 2020 Census count.
The speaker will be Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop, Chief of the Geography Division at the U.S. Census Bureau. Talk and Q&A lasting approximately 50 minutes.
Friday, May 15th at 2pm EDT/ 1pm CDT / 12pm MDT / 11am PDT
Zoom meeting URL:
ESRI has decided that the 2020 User Conference will be online this year due to COVID-19. More info about it here.