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November 4, 2015
Call for Papers for the Esri UK 2016 Annual Conference Now Open

Aylesbury, November, 4, 2015 — Esri UK is pleased to invite proposals for presentations for its 2016 Annual Conference to be held on Tuesday 17th May, at the QEII Conference Centre, in London.

 

The day-long event, the biggest in the UK GIS calendar, brings together over 2,500 Esri users from across the public and private sector.   The 2016 conference will focus on the common goal of how GIS is lighting up the enterprise and Esri UK is looking for presentation concepts around the following themes, each theme representing one of the seven conference tracks:

 

Lighting up the enterprise – enterprise-wide use of GIS demonstrating collaboration and innovation

Be organised – how your GIS provides a secure and scalable platform to organise your content all in one place

Gain insight – how you analyse information to make the right decision the first time

Share it – how you publish maps and collaborate, across the enterprise or with the public

Get real – how you are taking action on the move with real-time updates for mobile working

Developers – how the UK developer community is making the most of location and the ArcGIS platform

Education – how schools and universities are using GIS in research and educational projects

 

If you are interested in sharing your GIS expertise and would like to join the speaker roster, please click here to submit a paper.  The closing date for submissions is Friday 18th December, 2015.

 

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