Every year before the Esri International User Conference, a survey is sent out to all users asking about their opinions on our technology and where you think we should focus our efforts.
The answers to many of the questions that you asked is now available. Even if you didn’t participate in the survey, you should still have a read of the answers as it provides an inside look at what the future direction at Esri as well as a overview of what to expect in the next releases.
One of the traditions at the Esri International User Conference is to showcase the top enhancements in the latest release of ArcGIS.
With ArcGIS 10.1 now available, Ismael Chivite shared some of the developer favourites of the ArcGIS 10.1 release.
2. Improved Server Functionality
3. Performance Improvements
4. 64-Bit Architecture for ArcGIS Server 10.1
5. Editor Tracking on the Web
6. Editing Enhancements
7. GUI for Geodatabase Management
8. Coordinates Tool
9. Dynamic Legends
10. Maplex Included with ArcGIS 10.1
The president of Esri opened the Esri International User Conference 2012 by welcoming ~ 15000 attendees from more than 130 countries.
The theme of the conference was GIS - Opening Our World.
The Esri International User Conference 2012 kicked off this morning in San Diego and for those that were not able attend, videos from the Plenary Session are now available for viewing.
Social media has been capturing the event in real-time making it a valuable source for finding the latest information.
Very Spatial also has a livecast which was captured during the Plenary Session and this can be found here: http://veryspatial.com/
The videos cover the demonstrations from the Plenary Session as well as Jack’s vision.
If you missed the Plenary Session or were not able to attend or you would like to see it again, have a look at these videos. While there were amazing demonstrations showcasing some of the key features of the ArcGIS 10.1 release, it was also about the theme of the conference which is Opening our World!
More information on the Esri International User Conference 2012 can be found here: http://esri.com/uc
Given that “cloud” has become one of the most used technology buzzwords of the decade, it’s not surprising that the Esri International User Conference 2012 is shaping up to offer an impressive number of cloud sessions on the agenda.
This year’s presentations are aimed at equipping the cloud-initiated with the information and answers you need to successfully implement cloud solutions.
You’ll also see an abundance of sessions about ArcGIS Online, aimed at exposing attendees to the variety of functionality present in Esri’s SaaS offering. Some highlights include demonstrations about consuming external content to craft well-designed symbols and pop-ups; and how to move your on-premise desktop maps from ArcMap into an ArcGIS Online organizational account — a new offering which allows you to tailor ArcGIS Online to your business or agency.
Participation from GIS professionals like you makes the Esri Asia Pacific User Conference much more than just another regional technology event. It’s a place to collaborate, connect, and get inspired by the work of your colleagues. We encourage you to share what you know to help GIS professionals of all experience levels better leverage the power of geospatial technology.
Eagle Technology Group Ltd, Esri’s official distributor for New Zealand, is proud to host the Esri Asia Pacific User Conference 2012 (APUC), to be held November 5–7, 2012, at the SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre in Auckland, New Zealand.
Who Should Attend
All Esri technology users from the Asia-Pacific region are encouraged to join us. From new users to seasoned GIS professionals, from decision makers and business owners to GIS analysts, everyone will benefit from attending. Esri business and media partners are also welcome.
We’re thrilled to announce that the Esri International User Conference 2012 agenda search and planner is now available. In addition to exploring the more than 900-plus sessions in the agenda, you can also use the planner to start building your schedule for the week. Not only can this help you get to all of the presentations that matter most to you, but it’s also a great tool for justifying your trip to San Diego. Once you’ve built your schedule, you can export it to Outlook or iCal so you can synch it with your mobile device.
While we hope you spend time delving into the full breadth of the agenda, here are a few of the topics that are generating buzz throughout the GIS community:
Esri Asia Pacific User Conference 2012
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