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Wednesday, May 23 • 10:55am - 11:30am
Shifting into Overdrive: Running your GIS on all Cylinders

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Geospatial technology growth has accelerated in recent years, and it’s branching out in new directions. Gone are the days when GIS was only used to store data, do analysis, and make maps. Modern GIS solutions provide for these essential capabilities of course, and now so much more! Organizations of all sizes and types are implementing GIS-supported technologies such as BI, UAVs, sensors, and AR. At the same time, more departments than ever require sophisticated spatial analytics to support decision-making. This presentation will take a road trip through nine modern “patterns” of GIS, explaining how each is implemented. We’ll rev you up with real examples to incorporate into your GIS program. Don’t be left behind – hop on the GIS super loop speedway for a journey into the modern capabilities of GIS.

Common Patterns of GIS use:
Mapping & Visualization
Data Management
Field Mobility
Design & Planning
Decision Support
Constituent Engagement
Sharing & Collaboration


Shane Clarke

Solution Engineer, Esri
Shane Clarke is a Solution Engineer on the State and Local Government sales team for the Esri Olympia regional office. Shane has been working in GIS for more than 30 years, during which time he has focused on a variety of areas including GIS projects, technical support, product release... Read More →
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Heather Glock

Account Manager, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.
Heather Glock is an Account Manager for the Local Government team at Esri. Heather has over 18 years of experience in GIS, focusing primarily on city and county government. Heather will receive her Master in Public Administration degree from The Evergreen State College in June 2018... Read More →

Wednesday May 23, 2018 10:55am - 11:30am AKDT