Presenter: Lisa Dykes, Esri Australia
Our annual user conference kicks off with a tribute to Esri’s 50 years of pioneering in GIS – and a celebration of those who have been a significant part of our industry’s advancement, in the inauguration of the Australian GIS Hall of Fame.
Presenter: Aswadi Yusof, MRTC
Go behind the scenes of Asia’s first cloud-based GIS deployment to fully integrate BIM and reality modelling into ArcGIS Server.
Presenter: Brian Boulmay, BP
Follow the roll-out of BP’s common GIS platform - OneMap – and the ensuing democratisation of data that has revolutionised business decision-making capabilities.
Presenter: Dawn Wright, Esri
There’s both an overabundance and paucity of ocean data. To increase data resilience and the ability to make it more accessible to many audiences will help address major issues that create open and effective access to ocean science that contributes to global public good and sustainable oceans.
Presenter: Gary Maquire, StateStat
Meet StateStat: South Australia’s revolutionary, location-based analytics platform providing state executive leadership with a clear understanding of the effectiveness of key government-led initiatives.
Presenter: Patricia Cummens, Esri
Check out the progressive work being undertaken by global organisations to leverage GIS, deliver inventive approaches to data-driven decision making and empower results-driven leadership.
Presenter: Michael Kaminski, OTB Spatial
Discover out-of-the-box solutions designed to promote better, more responsive decision-making and assist organisations to provide the best possible services to their clients.
Presenter: Simon Curtis, HERE Technologies
Location plays a fundamental role in the safety of autonomous vehicles as we head towards Highly Autonomous Driving.
Presenter: Cherie Muleh, L3Harris
Brazil’s Brumadinho tailings dam had been certified ‘Stable’ in January 2019, yet it collapsed following an earthquake later in the year. Find out how SAR data can help monitor infrastructure to avoid costly damage to critical assets.
Presenter: Jean-Yves Lauture, Eos Positioning Systems
Accessing real-time GNSS locations on mobile devices using Esri apps such as Collector for ArcGIS enables reliable field data collection and sharing.
Presenters: Marije Ten Napel and Catherine Neelamraju, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Government
Hear how the Queensland Government’s Water Quality and Investigations Team communicates water quality trends from the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) to public and industry stakeholders.
Presenter: Bert Bruijn, Location SA
See how Location SA has implemented Cloud and Enterprise Portal for ArcGIS infrastructure to build a common platform for the development of public service solutions.
Presenter: Tim Noyce, Department for Environment and Water SA
The South Australian Department for Environment and Water is using Location Service offerings to support a range of business outcomes, including public-facing mapping, Fire Information Management, field collection apps and more.
Presenter: Zoltan Kelly, Melbourne Water
Understand the approach, challenges, and opportunities Melbourne Water are finding during their two-year transition to an Esri enterprise platform.
Presenter: Dustin Edge, Melbourne Airport
Discover how a centralised spatial asset register is empowering decision-makers in a fast paced, high-risk and complex environment.
Presenter: Phani Chilukuri, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Learn how DPIE is delivering an integrated digital planning services platform to the people of NSW, linking 128 state councils and more than 30 State government agencies.
Presenters: Kate Ramsey and Tariro Taneka, Esri Australia
Discover best practices and the core aspects of a GIS adoption and gain a deeper understanding of the process to help you start conversations within your organisation.
Presenter: Simon Jackson, Esri Australia
Explore the ArcGIS Network Analyst extension and see first-hand how to model road networks, optimise routes for maximum efficiency, and solve transportation-related problems.
Presenters: Allison Robertson and Eduard Beneke, Esri Australia
Learn about the new Python automation options offered by ArcGIS Notebooks and Jupyter Notebooks and expand your understanding of new ways to use Python across the ArcGIS platform.
Presenters: Josh Venman and Houtan Emad, Esri Australia
See first-hand how location data reveals hidden patterns, improves predictive modelling and creates a competitive edge.
Presenter: Allison Robertson, Esri Australia