Earth Imaging Journal: Remote Sensing, Satellite Images, Satellite Imagery
Breaking News
SimActive Enables Processing in the Cloud
Montreal, Canada, November 29th, 2016 – SimActive Inc., a...
Satellites Confirm: San Francisco’s Millennium Tower Sinking
European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel-1 satellites have shown that...
what3words Adopted by Six National Mapping Agencies
London – what3words, the multi-award winning location reference system,...
Research and Markets – Geospatial Imagery Analytics Market – Analysis, Technologies & Forecasts to 2021 – Key Vendors are Hexagon, Geocento & Google
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the...
Indonesian Company Amilna Selected SuperGIS Desktop 10 to Process Spatial Data
Supergeo Technologies Inc., the global geospatial software and solutions...

August 12, 2016
Geodesign Summit 2017

Redlands, California —Esri’s annual Geodesign Summit will continue the conversation around a holistic approach to building smarter communities. Attendees include planning professionals across all levels of government, commercial firms, academia, and nongovernmental organizations that want to learn how to prepare for geodesign and support their agencies well into the future.

“The Geodesign Summit will be an exciting opportunity to witness how geodesign and other innovative techniques and technologies are bringing energy and new ideas to planning and related disciplines,” said James Drinan, executive director of the American Planning Association (APA).

It is becoming increasingly clear that we have to change the way we build and design our communities. Geodesign was introduced as a concept to change our approach to planning. If we are going to continue this effort to build smart, livable, and resilient communities, we need to reexamine our assumptions about what it means to plan for a rapidly evolving world.

Seating is limited. Do not miss this opportunity to be part of this movement.

Join us at the Geodesign Summit 2017 to:

  • See how geographic information system (GIS) and geodesign will change the way you think about the planning practice
  • Learn how planning in 3D is becoming the norm
  • Understand how simple apps transform workflows and improve citizen engagement
  • Realize the importance of developing and training a workforce that leverages new tools and technology

Speakers Include:

  • Jack Dangermond, Esri Founder and President
  • James Drinan, APA Executive Director

Where:

  • Esri Headquarters – Redlands, California
    January 24-26, 2017

To learn more about the summit, visit go.esri.com/pr-geodesignsummit.

Comments are closed.