Packed with exquisite maps and real-case examples of how smart GIS is being used across business and enterprise, see for yourself Jack Dangermond’s Australian presentation.
Data mapping can change how the world thinks about things — from the cholera outbreak in London in 1854 to measuring peace and knowing where terrorist attacks are happening.
Esri’s standalone Drone2Map application makes it easier to collect high-resolution data and allows you to process and share your drone imagery across your organisation.
From isolating the effects of bushfires to mapping frost damage across their vineyards, Treasury Wine Estates, uses ArcGIS to maintain round-the-clock situational awareness.
Discover insights into the collaborative, geospatial approach to government, which applies GIS technology to uncover solutions to the toughest problems, transforming communities.
Esri founder Jack Dangermond and Martin O’Malley discuss how GIS technology research and development has created an unprecedented platform for governments to focus on data-driven leadership.