GIS Federal Conference 2014

Viktoriya at GIS Federal ConferenceViktoriya attended Esri Federal GIS Conference at Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC on February 10–11, 2014. This conference gathered government executives, elected officials, managers, GIS professionals, and NGOs so they can share ideas, discover new patterns, and learn how GIS can help everyone understand our world and make a difference.

The Federal GIS Conference is well known as the largest geospatial technology event for federal agencies that brings together over 2,700 attendees for two days of intensive training and networking. Esri technology helps virtually every federal agency meet its missions, from providing health care and emergency services to managing facilities and natural resources. []

The GIS Federal Conference featured:

• More than 100 Professional Development Workshops
• Five in-depth Immersion Summits for key operational areas of the government
• A dynamic show floor featuring more than 80 partners and their cutting-edge solutions
• Two plenary sessions highlighting the latest in geospatial tech, including a keynote from National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Letitia A. Long
• Nearly 12 hours of detailed training exercises at the Hands-On Learning Lab

Videos from the GIS Federal Conference:

Our Technology with Jack Dangermond
The Living Atlas with Sean Breyer & Suzanne Foss
Landscape Apps with Suzanne Foss
ArcGIS Pro with Jim McKinney & Thom Oaks
3D Everywhere
with Tom Oaks

Sochi Winter Olympics – Leveraging the ArcGIS Platform with Matt Madigan, Jo Fraley, Gary Sheppard, Kevin Sigwart & Brett Rose
Integrating Our Government – Empowering Soldiers with Jason E. Feser, CW4, EN, U.S. Army; Lyle Wright
Integrating Our Real Time Systems – ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server with Adam Mollenkopf, Edward Pultar, PhD, Valarm
Integrating Our Enterprise Systems
– Esri Maps for SAP Business Objects with David Schmidtknecht, Joe Schultz & cBEYONData

Integrating Our Policies, Decision Makers & Citizens – How a Map Informs Policy with Cathy Cahill, Legislative Fellow, Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Integrating Our Policies, Decision Makers & Citizens – ArcGIS Story Maps with Lauren Bennett
ArcGIS Open Data
with Andrew Turner

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