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Concurrent Sessions (30 Minutes) [clear filter]
Tuesday, May 8
 

10:30am

ESRI SESSION: ArcGIS Platform Overview Part 1 (Desktop and Apps)
AUTHORS: Rachel Weeden, Mark Scott

ABSTRACT: Whether you use ArcGIS to manage data and asset information, engage with internal and external stakeholders, perform spatial analysis (or, all of the above!), you know that there are a variety of applications and implementation patterns that meet your needs. This session will put those different options into context by providing an overview of ArcGIS, including a look at new and future capabilities. Understanding how the different components of ArcGIS work together and what capabilities are provided will help you better understand how ArcGIS is a complete platform that allows you to unlock the power of location, which leads to improved decision-making. Note: this session is divided into two 30-minute sessions. Part 1 will focus on the Desktop, and Apps, and Part 2 will concentrate on Enterprise and ArcGIS Online.


Tuesday May 8, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
Room 102

11:00am

ESRI SESSION: ArcGIS Platform Overview Part 2 (Enterprise)
AUTHORS: Rachel Weeden, Mark Scott

ABSTRACT: Whether you use ArcGIS to manage data and asset information, engage with internal and external stakeholders, perform spatial analysis (or, all of the above!), you know that there are a variety of applications and implementation patterns that meet your needs. This session will put those different options into context by providing an overview of ArcGIS, including a look at new and future capabilities. Understanding how the different components of ArcGIS work together and what capabilities are provided will help you better understand how ArcGIS is a complete platform that allows you to unlock the power of location, which leads to improved decision-making. Note: this session is divided into two 30-minute sessions. Part 1 will focus on the Desktop, and Apps, and Part 2 will concentrate on Enterprise and ArcGIS Online.


Tuesday May 8, 2018 11:00am - 11:30am
Room 102

11:30am

ESRI SESSION: Insights for ArcGIS
AUTHORS: Rachel Weeden

ABSTRACT: We all know that GIS allows us to learn more about where, why, and how things happen; but we also know how challenging it can be to sort through a variety of large or complex datasets looking for that understanding. Insights for ArcGIS is a new application that will change the way you work with your data, and helps you perform complex spatial analysis from disparate data sources. Learn how Insights provides a new interactive analysis environment, ideal for both the GIS and non-GIS users that puts the focus on the visual exploration of your data through maps, charts and tables.


Tuesday May 8, 2018 11:30am - 12:00pm
Room 102

1:15pm

ESRI SESSION: ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 and the Site Builder
AUTHORS: Alex Brown

ABSTRACT: The ArcGIS Platform supports automation in two distinct categories: Deployment & Operational efficiencies.  Enterprise Builder and Chef, an IT standard automation framework , offer two distinct patterns for deploying ArcGIS Enterprise -- The session will provide an overview of deployment automations, the Chef framework, demonstrate how to utilize the tools, and provide resources for understanding your deployment options.

Tuesday May 8, 2018 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Room 102

1:45pm

ESRI SESSION: The ArcGIS Python API
AUTHORS: Alex Brown

ABSTRACT: The ArcGIS Python API is a powerful, modern and easy to use Pythonic API for GIS professionals, developers, organization administrators, content publishers and anyone with access to the ArcGIS Platform – specifically this refers to either ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise.   The session will provide an overview of the python API, how one can leverage the tools within, demonstrate some basic use cases for administering a Web GIS, and provide additional resources to get started.

Tuesday May 8, 2018 1:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 102

2:15pm

ESRI SESSION: Introduction to the ArcGIS Utility Network
AUTHORS: Patrick Demer

ABSTRACT: Utilities have been using the geometric network and ArcMap to manage their water, gas and electric networks since 2000. In January with the release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 and ArcGIS Pro 2.1 we introduced a new extension for ArcGIS Enterprise to help utilities manage their networks. With this update come many new advancements which will be covered and demonstrated in this session.

Tuesday May 8, 2018 2:15pm - 2:45pm
Room 102

3:00pm

ESRI SESSION: ArcGIS Online Tips and Tricks
AUTHORS: Krithica Kantharaj

ABSTRACT: ArcGIS Online gives you the ability to create interactive web maps and apps that you can share with anyone. With ready-to-use content, apps, and templates, you can be productive right away. From sharing your work with others to preventing accidental deletion of items and more, this session will provide tips and tricks that will help you maximize your use of ArcGIS Online.


Tuesday May 8, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Room 102

3:30pm

ESRI SESSION: Using ArcGIS Maps for Office
AUTHORS: Mark Scott

ABSTRACT: Do you manage data in Microsoft Excel? Want to use Excel to create, use, and share this data in the form of a map? ArcGIS Maps for Office gives you the ability to create and analyze your spreadsheets using maps that can then be shared into your ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise portal. Do you use PowerPoint as a presentation tool? See how to embed interactive maps into your presentation, and make a bigger impact at that next meeting.


Tuesday May 8, 2018 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 102

4:00pm

ESRI SESSION: Implementing Workforce for ArcGIS
AUTHORS: Mark Scott

ABSTRACT: Do you manage a group of field crews ? Do they use Collector or Survey 123 to collect data and integrate it into web maps? See how Workforce for ArcGIS provides a simple tool to manage work in the field, fully integrated with your current use of ArcGIS field mobility apps like Collector, Survey 123, and Navigator, or as a stand-alone app. A project will be created, configured, and deployed in a live demonstration.


Tuesday May 8, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Room 102