2015 Esri User Conference Plenary Session Videos Available

The 2015 ESRI International User Conference is happening now in San Diego, California with 16,000 attendees. Some of the new features released on Monday’s plenary sessions include:

My personal favorite is the R & ArcGIS. More information about this can be found in another blog at https://gisday.wordpress.com/2015/07/21/r-bridge-for-arcgis/.

The following videos from the Plenary Session on Monday, July 20, 2015, are now available for viewing at http://video.esri.com/series/250/2015-esri-user-conference-plenary-_dash_-watch-the-entire-day:

• Keynote from Jack Dangermond
• R&D at Esri
• Southwest Florida Water Management District – A Mission-Critical Approach to Water
• Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport – Web GIS Delivers Safety and Efficiency
• Beck’s Hybrids – Feeding the World: Precision Agriculture Simplified
• State of Victoria, Australia, Government – Proactive Rejuvenation: Ignite Your Potential
• World Health Organization – The Battle against Ebola and Polio
• National Geographic Society – Understanding Geography
• Mentoring the Next Generation – Connecting GIS with Education
• Keynote from Martin O’Malley – Smart Government: Reduce the Distance between People

Check out here for some pictures I took at the conference.



About Qiusheng Wu

Assistant Professor of Geography at Binghamton University, State University of New York

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