Esri's theme for this year's UC was "See What Others Can't." Jack Dangermond, founder of Esri, told the audience of more than 18,000 of his vision of GIS - The Intelligent Nervous System. Much like the human nervous system, it is essential to the life and prosperity of our industry. With continuous learning, we grow and change rapidly.
Among the great presentations from keynote speaker Jane Goodall and tech demos from Esri staff, one of GISinc's projects was highlighted as a plenary image. Our work with the Pearl Harbor-Hickam Naval Base in Hawaii is an effort to use bench-marking to track energy consumption of the facilities on the base, and track relationships between meters and the facilities. The analysis provided by our team ensures the Navy can work smarter and continue to evolve and grow.
We were excited to support clients and partners in 10 presentations during the week. Discussing an array of topics from NextGen 911 to the power of the cloud for GIS, we hope our projects inspire others to continue to work to improve processes.
One presentation in particular was a lightning talk at the Cityworks® booth on IoT and our Work Smarter solution. Missed the presentation? Watch the Facebook live recording!
In addition, we sponsored four social events - Transportation Social, National Government Social, Health & Human Services Breakfast, and Water Utilities & Water Resources Social. Thank you to those who came! We had a great time connecting with everyone.
Congrats to 50 years, Esri!
2019 marks fifty years of innovation from Esri, which was founded in 1969 by Jack and Laura Dangermond. As an Esri platinum partner, GISinc is very thankful for the support we receive from the Esri community. As a small token of our appreciation, GISinc founder Dale Dunham is seen here presenting Jack with a piece of art created by Lisa Middleton with Great River Arts. The map portrays the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve in California.
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