Interested in Deep Learning using ArcGIS tools? Sign up for this webinar, held October 1st, to learn more about how to implement Deep Learning tools in ArcGIS to perform analysis faster. Topics include Deep Learning in ArcGIS best practices, the Deep Learning tools, tips, and a deep dive into technical use cases. Sign up now!
The 2019 ESRI User Conference Technical Workshops are now available online for you to view. If you missed a workshop or two during the conference, you might be able to view it if it is available. Check it out here!
The 2019 ESRI User Conference Proceedings are now available for you to view and download papers from user presentations and slides from technical workshops. Check it out here!
Take advantage of this free NG9-1-1 workshop. Topics include:
- What is the role of Public Safety in NG9-1-1?
- What is the role of GIS in NG9-1-1?
- What is Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1?)
- How 911 location information, validation, and routing is determined (MSAG, ALI, LDB, LVF, ECRF, and other alphabet soups)?
- What is the rush… Where is the fire?
The workshop is for:
- 9-1-1 Center and PSAP Personnel
- Regional & State 9-1-1 Coordinators, MSAG Coordinators
- GIS Managers, GIS Data Stewards, Addressing Authorities
- Anyone who may benefit from a discussion regarding 9-1-1, GIS, and their roles in Next Gen 9-1-1
The workshop will be held September 24, 2019 from 10am to 2:30pm at 333 Olympic Drive, Santa Monica. Lunch will be provided. Park in the Civic Parking Structure on the corner of 4th & Olympic.
To RSVP, visit http://bit.ly/SantaMonicaScissors .
Geography 2050 is a multi-year, strategic dialog about the vital trends reshaping the geography of our planet in the coming decades. Initially organized by the American Geographical Society (AGS) in 2014, the ongoing Geography 2050 dialogue convenes thought leaders from academia, government, industry, and the social sector to facilitate discussion of the major forces that will shape our planet’s future. In the late 20th century, talk of a borderless world began to take hold among many in both academia and the media as the end of the Cold War and the forces of globalization rapidly impacted the planet. While many aspects of globalization led to greater fluidity across international borders in terms of trade, capital, technology transfer, and the movement of people, this same period witnessed the creation of more international borders, not fewer. This symposium questions what the world map will look like in 2050 and how our practice of defining, maintaining, and even understanding the meaning of borders might change. Within each theme, we will look both at scenarios of increasing interdependence and division and how they could play out by 2050.
This year’s Symposium will focus on how geography and geospatial science impact the role of borders in our future economy, environment, and geopolitical situation. Click below for more info.