GPS World reports live from the 2017 Esri User Conference

July 10, 2017  - By 0 Comments

The 2017 Esri User Conference, the mecca of geographic information systems (GIS) in the U.S., is taking place July 10-14 in San Diego, California. This year, the theme is “The Science of Where.”

The conference is designed to give attendees practical advice and hands-on experience with GIS tools from Esri and other companies, as well as share ideas and best practices for improving our world through maps.

The event encompasses 16,000 GIS users, managers and developers; 300 moderated sessions; 450 hours of technical training; and 300 software vendors.

GPS World/Geospatial Solutions staff is on site, so check this page for news, photos and videos live from the show. Also follow us on Twitter at @GSS_NCM and @GPSWorld.

The Expo Hall at the Esri User Conference. (Photo: T. Cozzens)

A wall in the SDCC lobby is dedicated to tracking the upcoming full eclipse across the U.S. (Photo: T. Cozzens)

NEWS

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‘Maps are alive’: Highlights from the Esri UC plenary

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Esri CityEngine 2017 designed for efficient urban planning

ArcGIS Web AppBuilder receives major widget updates (7/5)

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VIDEOS

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