An archive of the GeoSpatial Webinars that we have produced over the past several months. Please feel free to view any of the webinars listed.
In 2013, Directions Magazine and Oracle are collaborating to offer consecutive events over two days in Washington, DC. First, on May 21, Directions Magazine's Location Intelligence Conference will offer a multi-track program exploring the latest industry trends. Then, on May 22, the Oracle Spatial and Graph User Conference will offer a day of technical deep dives and use case sessions around Oracle's spatial technologies. Attendees may attend either event on its own, or both together. Held in The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC, both events will include tracks of value to senior management, C-level directors, as well as developers.
After your registration is completed and your payment is received, three separate emails with instructions on attending the "live" webcast will be sent to the email address you provided. Each email will contain a special link that is unique to you and should not be shared. Each link corresponds to an on-site conference room. During the conference you may join whichever room you prefer and at any time. If you have to miss a session because it overlaps with another session you want to attend, you will be able to watch it later via the recording. See the agenda for session information and their corresponding room names.
As enterprise GIS becomes more commonplace, there is a growing demand for people capable of managing facility and enterprise data for an organization. This webinar offers tips and resources to help any GIS professional move from project-oriented work to an enterprise-wide information infrastructure.
In this webinar you will learn about geocoding, reverse geocoding, mapping and analysis trends in the telecommunications sector.
Learn when it’s important to access the best possible geocodes in this webinar, which features a case study with payroll software company Symmetry Software.
In this webinar, you will learn how TomTom, Pitney Bowes and Autodesk have teamed up to offer 3D GIS visualization and design solutions that organizations can apply to better plan, analyze and manage their capital assets. During this webinar, we’ll dig in to the Presidio Parkway Redevelopment project.
Organizations with capital spending are challenged every day with efficient operation of complex facilities, structures and sub-surface networks. The Presidio Parkway redevelopment project was extraordinarily complicated, involving a major traffic thoroughfare, the Golden Gate Bridge, historic Presidio Park, and environmentally sensitive land, among other considerations.
During this webinar you will learn how a combination of data and tools from TomTom, Pitney Bowes and Autodesk helps public organizations address these needs.
3D GIS analysis and visualization technology provides planners, designers, engineers and asset managers the ability to better plan, design, build and manage capital intensive community assets. Locating and analyzing these assets can be enabled with better knowledge and 3D display. You will gain an understanding of how this toolset helps organizations:
Who should attend
The webinar is intended for GIS specialists, planners, designers, asset managers and engineers.
During this webinar, you will learn about the OGC Climate-Hydrologic Information Sharing Pilot (CHISP-1), which is an innovative prototype virtual observatory system for publishing water resource information collected from observations and forecasts in the U.S. and Canada. This webinar will describe CHISP-1, the open standards it utilizes, and the functions it’s designed to support.
In this webinar, you will learn how GEOINT’s workforce is changing and why that change will impact how we develop geospatial intelligence.
These changes are mainly due to three broad generational drivers:
Why you should attend
There is a growing awareness of this change within the GEOINT community. The good news is that leaders in the GEOINT community appreciate the need to evolve. The bad news is that the community likely cannot go far enough fast enough. This raises key questions we will address:
Who should attend
Just the facts...
In 2013, Directions Magazine and MundoGEO, the largest media and communications company in geospatial technology in Latin America, are collaborating to offer Location Intelligence Brazil to be held concurrently with the MundoGEO#Connect Conference in São Paulo.
MundoGEO#Connect will be held June 18-20, 2013; the LI Brazil conference will be held on June 19th only as a single track event.
What will I learn?
You will learn about the market opportunities for location intelligence technology and software. LI Brazil will introduce the applications of geospatial technology the business community of Brazil, one of the fastest growing markets for location-based information.
What topics will be discussed during the webinar?
Opportunities for business in the following areas will be presented
Who should attend?
Any technology company looking to break into the Latin American geospatial market. Please join us!
Interested in what Google Maps for Business offers utilities? Join this conversation, which features case studies from several utility companies, including Ergon Energy in Australia.
In this webinar, you will learn how Google Maps for Business helps utilities improve outage management, emergency management and maintenance/repair services. Discussion points will include:
The Ergon Energy case study will describe how the company used Google Maps Engine to map the entire network of 150,000km of poles and wires across Queensland, Australia. Mapping included use of light plans and helicopters to produce high-quality images of vegetation growth, which were used to generate 3D models used to guide the pruning program. The application allowed the company to save close to $59 million in Australian dollars.
Google’s Scott Bridges will lead the discussion. Scott is a 17-year veteran of the GIS industry. Having spent time at Intergraph and Autodesk before joining Google as utility vertical manager, Scott has worked with utility companies and other large organizations to help them leverage and integrate geospatial data into their daily business practices. Joining him will be geospatial enterprise sales manager Clinton Libbey. Before joining Google, Clinton was with the Bing Maps team at Microsoft and at Harvard Design and Mapping.
Who should attend
Anyone interested in the spatial tools Google is offering to the utilities industry
Interested in how government agencies are using Google Earth and Google Maps? Join this upcoming conversation with Google and NT Concepts to learn more about how the National Interagency Fire Center, a US Forest Service program, uses these technologies to disseminate and view data.
In the past decade, there have been over 76,000 wild land fires in the US, burning an average of 6.5 million acres of land each year. In this webinar, you will learn how government agencies improve information sharing and access to timely geospatial data using Google Earth and Maps.
Join this upcoming conversation with Google and NT Concepts to learn more about:
This webinar will feature a case study of the National Interagency Fire Center's use of Google Geospatial Solutions to promote sharing of data among different agencies, to equip decision makers with timely and relevant geospatial information that helps them to improve their decision making.
Join Mike Evanoff from Google and Rod Erickson from NT Concepts, a specialist in geospatial solutions, for this inside look.
Who should attend
Anyone interested in the geospatial tools Google offers to government agencies
In this webinar you will learn more about the LocationTech, the Eclipse Foundation's new initiative to support user driven development of location aware systems.
Just the Facts ...
This webinar will feature Eclipse Foundation's Executive Director, Mike Milinkovich and LocationTech's Director, Andrew Ross.
The discussion will focus on how LocationTech will enable an ecosystem of service providers, technology providers and large enterprise consumers deploying systems using this technology. The initiative is open to any organization with an interest in adding location awareness to their business.
Interested in terrain data? Join the conversation!
Do you need access to historic traffic data? Join the conversation!
Join us for a conversation with Rajesh C. Mathur, Vice Chairman, NIIT GIS, and Anup Jindal, Chief Operating Officer at RMSI. This webinar is produced by Directions India.
The Restructured-Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (RAPDRP) was the government’s renewed attempt to revive the power sector reforms. It seeks to eliminate the faults of the former avatar (APDRP). APDRP was launched by the Ministry of Power as a central sector scheme for improving the urban power distribution sector in the country with Power Finance Corporation (PFC) as the nodal agency for its operationalisation and implementation.
There have been discussions on the failure of APDRP and boundaries of GIS-based network mapping and energy accounting in the revised version. However, successful implementation of R-APDRP will pave the way for further modernization of the field of power sector.
In this webinar you will learn …
In this 30-minute webinar, Galigeo will demonstrate how to improve sales with mobile location technology by putting a wealth of information at their fingertips.
Just the Facts ...
Live Demonstration ...
During this webinar Galigeo will present customer use cases and live demonstrations of how mobile location intelligence is helping companies improve productivity.
Webinar Takeaways ...
By adopting mobile location intelligence solutions, companies across a wide range of industries, including retail, consumer goods, food and beverage distribution, and pharma/life sciences, will increase their effectiveness by providing the sales force complete visibility of information on prospects, customers and products, no matter where a user is at any moment.
Attend this webinar and learn how field marketing and sales teams now have access to a wealth of information, such as market share, trade areas, competitors’ points of sale, demographic data, consumer potential, client typology and penetration rate. With all of the information at their fingertips, users can interrogate their data visually and gain valuable location-oriented insights, resulting in improved decision making and business outcomes.
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Join us for a conversation with Dr. Bharat Lohani, IIT Kanpur
Dr. Lohani is an Associate Professor in the Dept of Civil Engineering at IIT Kanpur, a premier engineering institution in India. His research interest includes LiDAR data capture and processing for various applications ranging from infrastructure to archaeology.
The last decade has seen multifold growth in LiDAR technology world-wide. This technology has, to a large extent, replaced the conventional surveying techniques in several domains. This technology uses a laser beam or pulse to measure large number of points over the surface of a terrain. Highly accurate and dense measurements are carried out at a high speed. The resulting 3D point cloud along with the intensity information for each point is a valuable data for several applications. Laser scanning can be carried out by stationary and mobile platforms, which enable data collection in difficult scenarios and under varied field conditions. This talk will, however, focus on airborne LiDAR technology.
This webinar will first discuss the basic principle of LiDAR technology and then describe the different applications that are now possible with this technology. The webinar will be useful for professionals who have some understanding of remote sensing, GIS or mapping technologies and are keen to use LiDAR technology in future. The talk will aim at providing basic information that are useful to a user of LiDAR technology including basic principle, data collection and processing steps, error sources and attainable accuracies. A list of applications will be introduced with detailed discussion on a few. In addition, links will be provided to further resource material, commercial and free software, available data and prevalent LiDAR survey standards.
You can access a PDF copy of the slides here: www.directionsmag.com/images/webinars/Directions_Geospatial_Educators_Roundtable_1.16.13.pdf
Join us for this upcoming webinar and learn how Galigeo for BI via a hybrid SaaS architecture empowers organizations to enhance their use of their BI software to solve complex location dependent problems using geo-spatial data delivered via the cloud.
Galigeo for BI empowers users and improves the business decisions and outcomes by:
Timothy Morrissey, Galigeo's Senior Software Consultant and Patrick Hayes, Galigeo's Managing Director will present this webinar.
Who should attend
Penn State’s programming and database courses can help you stand out from the competition.
This webinar will focus on how and why American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) customizes TomTom data for government organizations and private companies. Join us to learn about three customer case studies: the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harley-Davidson, Inc. and Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS).
ADCi has been a leading distributor of TomTom Maps since 1991. During that time, ADCi has helped customers in every market successfully secure the correct data and license for their application. As a value added reseller, ADCi can “slice and dice” the TomTom data any way the customers needs it, so they can begin working with the data in their application immediately.
The webinar will outline the “pain points” each customer addressed by having the TomTom data massaged prior to delivery, and provide an in-depth look at the data customizations ADCi provides for these customers. Customizations discussed include everything from providing the data in different formats and projections to renaming layers, merging datasets, creating tables, and adding primary keys and indexes.
Speakers include Mike Dannehy, Pre-Sales Consultant at TomTom; Jim Reid, President, and Joe Roehl, Vice President–Technology and Operations, both from ADCi.
This educational webinar will explore the market opportunities and geospatial technology applications of the real estate industry for India. We will provide an overview of the current real estate firms working in India and deliver a brief overview of GIS applications that are most specific for the Indian marketplace.
Renowned real estate consultant, Mr. Gilbert Castle, will be joined by Directions Magazine editor in chief Joe Francica, and Directions Magazine India executive editor Maneesh Prasad for this overview of how geospatial information can be used most effectively in real estate and retailing.
Who should attend:
Directions Magazine will host a webinar on the applications of digital maps in the insurance industry, using a case study from the 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan. Dr. Christopher Guider and Doris Steffen of GfK GeoMarketing, the official provider of the Catastrophe Risk Evaluating and Standardizing Target Accumulations (CRESTA) zone maps, will illuminate the advantages of using digital maps as a basis of planning, with a particular focus on:
Geospatial technology makes it possible to visually display, analyze and aggregate immense amounts of spatial data, revealing otherwise unseen trends and relationships. Some types of digital maps can also serve as data repositories for other geodata, which allows users in the insurance and reinsurance industries to extract more insights from their markets and plan more intelligently for future disasters. The result is a much deeper understanding of operations, which translates to greater efficiency and higher profits.
Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions about the incorporation of digital maps into daily operations and the types of geodata best suited to these applications.
Who should attend
Anyone involved in the insurance or reinsurance industry with an interest in planning, managing risk, analyzing loss, etc. The webinar will also appeal to individuals who need high-quality administrative and postcode maps for their applications.
TomTom’s services deliver capabilities such as displaying a map, finding an address, or even checking the current traffic situation for a given location and routing around any congestion. The webinar will get to the code-level to show how easy it is to integrate TomTom’s LBS solutions.
Speakers include LBS product unit leader, Matthew Barnum; lead architect, Pete Moeykens; lead Web designer, Kyle Pinette; and pre-sales consultant, Mike Dannehy.
Who should attend
Web and mobile application developers
During this webinar, Oracle experts will show how to perform predictive analytics, network analytics and spatial analysis – combined together, in real-world scenarios. Demos will include evaluating airline on-time performance and retail establishment performance.
Join Directions Magazine India for this webinar, which will focus on the market potential for geographic information systems in India. The session will include presentations from two highly respected members of the GIS community in India, and will be moderated by Directions Magazine India's executive editor, Maneesh Prasad.
Dr. Vandana Sharma is the Deputy Director General & Head of the Remote Sensing and GIS Division at the National Informatics Center, and has played a leadership role in many of the large scale GIS projects in India, while working closely with the Planning Commission and various ministries in the central and state government.
Dr. Mukund Rao serves as Member-Secretary of the National GIS Interim Core Group, where he is presentedly involved in buiding the vision of National GIS for India. He has vast experience in GIS and EO Solutions business development/consulting and has been engaged in implementing large GIS projects in India, the Middle East and the Asia/Pacific region, as well as in the U.S.
In addition to addressing the current status of the Asian/Indian geospatial market, it will also include a question and answer period for the audience, as well as a brief overview of Directions Magazine India magazine and webinar sponsorship opportunities.
Many people are interested in maps and location intelligence, which is great. But the time you spend preparing, duplicating and distributing work takes away from what really matters - analysis, results, insight and new, info-rich maps. Web mapping changes all that, and now it is more cost-efficient than ever. MapInfo Stratus from Pitney Bowes Software is the SaaS-based solution that makes it easy for non-GIS professionals to access, view and manipulate basic maps and geospatial data themselves.
Google is teaming with GeoEye to help insurance organizations more effectively address risk management and crisis event response. Google’s mapping solutions, combined with GeoEye’s Earth imagery and geospatial expertise, provide a platform for enabling strategic decision making, optimization of people and assets, and powerful location-based applications across the enterprise.
Insurers know that having an accurate understanding of an asset’s location and associated risks (natural disaster potential, crime, lack of fire stations, high replacement costs, etc.) is critical to evaluating risk in the underwriting process. And in the aftermath of a crisis event when claims are being filed, it is also important tohave an accurate view of the affected area over time. Google and GeoEye have developed the solution set to address these scenarios.
Google’s Hillary Renderman and GeoEye’s Andre Kearns will be on hand to describe use cases, and will be joined by Google’s Chris Sierra and GeoEye’s Alistair Miller, who will demo the solution set.
During this webinar you will learn about:
Who should attend
Executives and analysts in the insurance industry with responsibility for risk assessment, claims, underwriting and operations, and consultants/developers with insurance industry practices
TomTom supports street-level geocoding in 100+ countries, house number geocoding in 50+ countries, and address-level geocoding in 17 countries (including the U.S., Russia and Taiwan), offering a highly accurate international solution for today’s businesses. Geocoding is the backbone of the growing LBS market, and is used by a broad range of industries to improve overall business results.
TomTom’s Global Geocoder Web service delivers restriction-free usage to enable high performance, high volume geocoding services. This webinar will provide information about TomTom’s solutions, including:
Speakers include TomTom’s geocoding product manager, Amy Metz, and pre-sales consultant, Mike Dannehy.
Who should attend
Managers, users and developers who need to keep abreast of developments in geocoding technology
Do you want to build an advanced field data collection or editing app on an iOS or Android device without publishing to an app store? Join ISC and Directions Magazine for the first public showcase of touchgeo, an HTML5 solution for mobile data collection.
ISC, the developers of MapDotNet, announced the release to market of touchgeo on September 20th. This event is the first public showcase of this powerful, map-centric asset management solution. This webinar will provide a basic understanding of the touchgeo solution, discuss the target industries that can benefit from touchgeo as well as showcase the application in action.
Developers can expect to get a firsthand look at how touchgeo integrates with Microsoft’s SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2012, SQL Azure and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Architects and CTOs can learn how to leverage modern devices like the iPhone, iPad, Android and Microsoft Surface to empower advanced field data collection in their enterprise.
Who should attend?
Ventana Research's CEO and Executive Chief Research Officer Mark Smith and Directions Magazine's Editor in Chief Joe Francica, both leading authorities on location intelligence, will provide a comprehensive analysis of the size, players, and trends of the exploding market for location technology in enterprise computing.
Topics will include:
Who should attend ...
Do you produce or use GIS data that supports mission-critical operations? How do you avoid costly mistakes and ensure data is accurate? Data accuracy is extremely important, but doesn’t get the attention it deserves. This webinar will address Esri’s ArcGIS Data Reviewer and how it can help streamline your quality control (QC) effort.
Whether you produce or consume GIS data, you know data must meet some agreed-upon standard for quality. Poor data quality impacts decision making and business operations, and is often expensive to repair. Attend this webinar to find out how to:
Who should attend
Anyone involved in using, generating or managing data in the ArcGIS environment
In this, the fourth GovFuture webinar presented by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and Directions Media, we look at how improved sharing of geospatial information plays an important role in improving public health.
Our featured presenter is Eddie Oldfield, BA, Director, NB Climate Change Hub at the New Brunswick Lung Association. He will describe his work in coordinating implementation of geospatial interoperability standards to exchange, integrate and visualize distributed health and environmental information. Applications he has studied have addressed chronic illness, public health resources, critical infrastructure, pollution, meteorological information, and pandemic surveillance and control.
Oldfield's current work involves creating a national portal to bring together climate and health resources for decision makers in public health, municipal emergency management and local climate adaptation. The portal will aid in expanding public health heat alert and response, community resilience / disaster risk reduction, and modeling of historical and forecast impacts of climate on public health. The portal will enable decision makers to use diverse data sources through services that implement the OGC Web Map Service (WMS), Web Feature Service (WFS) and Web Processing Service (WPS) standards.
OGC and Directions Media invite you to join us in this webinar. GovFuture's quarterly webinars are designed to help people working in local and subnational (county, province, district etc.) governments worldwide to make the best possible use of their ever-expanding location and geospatial information resources.
Learn about TomTom Geospatial for Oracle during this webinar, which will feature several case studies that show how TomTom’s data and Oracle’s spatial solutions work together to solve a variety of business challenges. Oracle will describe where the TomTom data fits in to a variety of Oracle Spatial based applications.
Do you wonder if you are optimally positioned in your career? This webinar is designed for GIS professionals, and those looking at entering the field, who have career-related questions. During this webinar, we will cover:
Who should attend
This webinar will cover a wide spectrum of potential interests, including those of students, mid-career professionals and job changers.
Learn how Esri’s Location Analytics initiative, launching this month, truly ties business intelligence and GIS together, with examples from business platforms such as IBM and Microsoft.
Location Analytics is adding mapping visualization and geographic intelligence to important business analytic systems for better insight and decision-making. While integrating GIS with business systems is not new, Esri is making investments to simplify incorporating geospatial broadly in the enterprise.
Business users and non-GIS professionals in any organization can benefit from maps, spatial analysis and geographic information enrichment within their mission-critical applications.
This webinar will discuss:
Who should attend
GIS managers with responsibility for understanding how Esri Location Analytics may play a role in their organizations, and business professionals who need to add location analysis to business intelligence functions
Honolulu has the highest level of traffic congestion in the United States. The city’s GIS department transformed its 2D GIS data into a smart 3D city model in order to analyze a proposed rail project. Additionally, it created different Transit Oriented Development (TOD) scenarios and visualized how each would affect development and urban sprawl.
The 3D scenarios can be shared directly in the browser with decision makers or the public using WebGL technology. Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle stated, “GIS makes the plan clear so that people can better understand the proposal and its effect on the city.”
Join Esri’s Gert van Maren, 3D product manager, and Geoff Taylor, solutions engineer, along with Ken Schmidt, GIS administrator at the City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, to learn how to transform existing 2D data into smart 3D city models for visualization, iterative urban design and spatial analysis.
Register for this webinar to learn more about:
Join this webinar for a broad overview of Google’s geospatial solutions and how they help organizations operate more efficiently with geospatial data. The webinar will demonstrate how to share and visualize geospatial data more effectively throughout government agencies at all levels.
We’ll also drill into a case study and demo with the American Red Cross San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter. The agency needed a solution that could provide 475 first responders with situational awareness for emergency response. With Google Maps, San Diego Red Cross was able to improve all three phases of its disaster response system: preparation, response and recovery. You can read more about speaker Dr. Richard Hinricks and the case study here.
You’ll be able to learn:
Join Chad Tucker, short range planning manager with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), and Michael Dannehy, pre-sales consultant at TomTom, in a discussion on leveraging historic traffic data to improve highway safety and operations.
Join Directions Magazine's Editor in chief, Joe Francica, and executives from Galigeo for a discussion about the applications of location intelligence in retailing. Galigeo is a leading provider of location intelligence solutions and the panelists will discuss some of the issues and trends related to how Galigeo is applying spatial processing to enhance data visualization, reporting and predictive analytics.
In this 30 minute OnPoint webcast, we will discuss the importance of working with the CIO to implement enterprise wide solutions. Galigeo will also present a brief demo of their Geodashboard software that will show how to:
We'll also take questions from the attendees.
Join us for this informative discussion on location intelligence for retailers.
Do you have questions about how to get your GISP? Do you have your GISP and want to know how to renew? Would you like more information on how the GISP can help you in this job market? Wondering what professional standards of practice are supported by GISCI? This webinar will answer those questions, and more!
The webinar will focus on the reasons to become a GISP as well as the actual process of doing so, including some upcoming changes to the certification process.
Topics to be covered include:
Join GIS Professionals (GISPs) Sheila Wilson, Julian Beglin and Susan Erline White for a discussion on obtaining and renewing your GISP. Wilson is the executive director of the GIS Certification Institute. Beglin is the chairman of the Outreach Committee and senior engineer/project manager and GIS specialist at H.F. Lenz Company. White is a member of the Outreach and Application Review Committees, and works for the City of Fort Worth, Texas in the Planning and Development Department’s IT Section on the GIS team.
Who should attend
Anyone in the GIS industry, certified GISPs who need to renew, GIS managers, human resource officers who help with hiring GIS personnel
Join Pat Garvey, of retail clothing category leader VF Corporation, and Paul Ross, from the leader in strategic analytics, Alteryx, for a discussion of what it takes to revolutionize a retail business model using deep customer data and spatial analytics.
VF Corp. is improving in-store profitability and performance with a comprehensive retail model driven by customer and spatial analytics, not only for itself but also for its retail partners. Garvey is a recognized leader in analytics-led retail floor space management (RFSM) and has helped VF Corp., owner of brands such as North Face, Vans and Smartwool, establish a new model for driving success using sophisticated but accessible spatial analytics.
Garvey will discuss how he and his team use Alteryx to provide data-driven insights for:
Who should attend
Spatial inaccuracies in your data can severely limit how and when GIS applications can be used across the enterprise, thereby diminishing the value of this technology and limiting its effectiveness.
Solving critical data management issues in a cost effective way is crucial for maximizing the return on an investment in spatial data. During this webinar, we’ll review four utilities case studies where conflation played a significant role in helping users increase the value derived from their land base.
RAMTeCH’s approach uses a proprietary data conflation solution called gConflate. This data conflation technology is based on establishing a comprehensive control model between source and target datasets to spatially realign the landbase and facility data to the new control / landbase data source. The conflation process only involves the geographic or spatial “realignment” of the physical location of the client’s facilities and does not involve any attribute or database changes.
Key topics will include:
Who Should Attend
Those interested in learning how to solve critical data management challenges, including GIS managers, directors, and technical GIS analysts and engineers at utilities (electric and gas), telecommunications, cable/MSO and municipal utilities companies, as well as state governments
This webinar will address the importance of geocoding as well as how reverse geocoding is becoming a must-have for social media and LBS organizations. Social media organizations are capitalizing on location, using reverse geocoding, through advertising-based programs and services.
We’ll discuss how geocoding and the advent of reverse geocoding can have operational impacts within multiple industries through different mediums. Discover how other industries and organizations such as Facebook are benefitting from a location-based engagement between the consumer and the business, such as check-ins, geo-tagged tweets and photos. By tying online social engagements directly to offline transactions, businesses are able to engage with customers at the right time, at the right place.
Berk Charlton, Product Management Director, and Mike Ashmore of Pitney Bowes Software will walk through real world geocoding and reverse examples for social media, federal, state and local government, communications, retail, logistics and insurance industries.
Attendees will learn:
Industry examples will be used to illustrate of all the above learning points.
Who should attend
Anyone whose responsibilities require location solution software development and implementation; anyone who needs to know about the latest in geocoding and reverse geocoding
Providing access to critical information to everyone in your organization, while staying in control of your data, improves organizational efficiency and creates new opportunities. ArcGIS Online, Esri’s cloud-based mapping and collaboration platform, gives organizations all the tools they need to access, create and share maps, apps and other geographic content.
Join Esri’s Paul Ross, ArcGIS Online product manager, and Nate Bennett, solution architect; and Dave Kunz, GIS manager at the County of Sussex, NJ, to learn how your organization can benefit from ArcGIS Online. Register for this webinar to learn more about:
• Extending access to geographic content to everyone in your organization
• Creating and sharing maps, apps and data
• Enabling easy access and self-serve mapping by anyone in the organization or the public
You will also learn more about new ArcGIS Online features and capabilities, including how to make content accessible to anyone in your organization using tablets and smartphones. See how ArcGIS Online can be used with your existing GIS or as a stand-alone platform, how departments and teams can collaborate together, and how you can customize ArcGIS Online to fit your organization.
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