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What’s new in the ArcGIS Platform?

Dave Tong & Diana Ferreira, Esri UK

The last year has introduced a variety of great new tools and applications. This session will take a whistle-stop tour of all the interesting new developments across the platform including Desktop and Server 10.4, ArcGIS Maps for Office, AppStudio, ArcGIS Earth and the latest improvements to ArcGIS Online.

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Mapping the Marathon and Keeping Londoners Moving

Adem Besim, Transport for London

Join Adem Besim and gain first-hand experience of what it takes to keep London’s traffic moving during a major event such as the London Marathon. Adem will share a detailed representation of the marathon route and associated road closures before explaining how TfL is working in partnership, with TomTom, to convert a GIS map layer into a format compatible with a satnav system. The finalised route and associated road closures will then be distributed to TomTom customers to help them to better plan their routes, if they are thinking of driving in the vicinity of the event.

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Geographical Information Systems in Location Planning

James Nolan, Knight Frank

Geospatial research sits at the heart of Knight Frank’s commercial planning services, to assist those responsible for making commercial decisions and directing finances on property acquisitions, retail store investment, shopping centre developments and business consolidation. Join James Nolan as he explores population profiling, transport networks and walk-times to build a complete picture of a geographical area as part of the location planning process, to inform and support development decisions and future profitability.

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Low Flying Complaints Investigation

Derek Allen, Defence Flying Complaints Investigation Team

Join Derek Allen to discover how 3D imagery is used to investigate public complaints against low flying aircrafts.

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Content in the ArcGIS Platform

Ivor Wheeldon & Beth Cox, Esri UK

In this session, we will provide an overview of the Content available in ArcGIS for Great Britain and globally such as the Living Atlas of the World collection which includes a wide range of basemaps, demographics, terrain and imagery services as well as live data feeds.  It will include an update on the useful content that is available to you through ArcGIS and demonstrate how it can be accessed and used for analysis.  We will provide an overview of what is new, what is coming and how the content can be leveraged to gain real business benefits to your organisation.

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Harnessing the creep: optimising vegetation management using GIS

Ralph Coleman, Bluesky International Ltd

Monitoring and measuring the proximity of vegetation to overhead power lines is one of the toughest challenges faced by the distribution network operators (DNO’s), no more so than during spells of severe weather.  In this session, Ralph Coleman will show how the industry is modernising its approach to vegetation management with the help of geospatial data and GIS.  Find out how ArcGIS plays a vital role in enabling the DNO’s to set vegetation encroachment parameters, while providing the platform for any complex calculations required to optimise the vegetation management process.

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From 3D Capture and Collection to Enterprise Solutions: HERE Reality Lens

Alexandra Teachout, HERE

Leveraging the world’s largest repository of continuously updated mobile 3D mapping data (panoramic imagery and mobile LiDAR data), HERE Reality Lens offers high accuracy and precision solutions for GIS and Enterprise applications. With HERE Reality Lens, users can map, measure and model the real-world from their desktop. Customer examples will be shown.

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Utilising data to understand and manage Network Rail’s earthwork assets

Stephen Brooks, Network Rail

In 2015, conference attendees learnt how Network Rail captured one of the largest ever aerial LiDAR survey programmes in the UK; this year, Stephen Brooks will demonstrate how Network Rail is utilising the data using the ArcGIS platform.  Having developed bespoke methodologies, the organisation can now interrogate its survey data in order to better understand where and how large its earthwork assets are, increasing safety and saving hundreds of thousands of pounds by reducing the need for over 20,000 site inspections.

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Situational awareness any time, any place, anywhere

Simon Hampshire, UK Hydrographic Office

Providing a near real time common operating picture, based on data from a broad number of sources, for multiple stakeholders, is a challenge that GIS is uniquely placed to deliver on. Join Simon Hampshire to explore how the UK Hydrographic Office is piloting a solution that will deliver situational awareness, across multiple infrastructures, for the shore-based, afloat and deployed user.

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Keeping communities safe from harm

Rondalyn Northam, Gloucestershire Constabulary

Identifying areas of social fragmentation and vulnerable communities enables the early warning of potential problems and proactive initiatives within local policing. Discover how a dashboard - using automated analysis and incorporating a vulnerable localities index - gives non-technical users the insight they need to make the right decisions to help keep communities safe. Rondalyn Northam will share how Gloucestershire Police has built on the work of the Jill Dando Institute, reshaping the methodology to achieve automatable, relevant and current results.

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Gaining Insight: A beginners guide to the ArcGIS Online analysis tools

Robin Appleby & Catherine Marshall, Esri UK

An overview of the powerful analysis tools that are now available through ArcGIS Online, showing how they can be used to help make better informed business decisions.

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Big Data: Find the story behind your data

Esri UK

Visualize and analyse your big data in a way that reveals patterns, trends, and relationships that reports don't. Even if your data exists in many disparate places, streams or feeds Esri technology can pull it all together to help focus your decision making.

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Smart Mapping: How to create stunning maps

Chris Barker & Dan Cronin, Esri UK

Smart mapping is an exciting new capability that will change how you make maps in ArcGIS. Whether you are an expert or novice, with smart mapping it's never been easier to create visually stunning maps.

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Maximising Economic Recovery with GIS

John Seabourn, The Oil & Gas Authority (OGA)

The Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) was formed in April 2015 to regulate, promote and influence oil and gas activities on the UK continental shelf.  With a clear mandate to maximise economic recovery, it is using GIS as a key part of this strategy to manage, interrogate and disseminate spatial data.  Join John Seaborn to find out more about how the OGA is using Model Builder and Python for data management and how it is using ArcGIS Online/Portal and Web App Builder to revolutionise its production of maps, from once-a-month paper maps to live web maps, in no time at all.

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Stand back from the platform edge! – Sharing geographic information on a construction project

Daniel Irwin, Crossrail

Crossrail, currently the largest infrastructure construction project in Europe, relies on geospatial data to inform and assist a wide variety of stakeholders about the ongoing activities of the project.  Join Daniel Irwin to find out how Crossrail has deployed the ArcGIS platform across the enterprise to make geographic information readily available, to help influence decision-making.

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Being clear about drinking water

Laura Boagey & Jess McKay, Severn Trent Water

When Severn Trent Water discovered that a number of hydrants were causing drinking water to be discoloured, it needed to take urgent steps to prevent public concern. Join Laura Boagey and Jess McKay to find out how mobile GIS – with a near real time dashboard - helped with the rapid identification of the affected hydrants, enabling the water utility to fit 40,000 red warning caps, so that users would know which hydrants to avoid.

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Enabling more informed decisions for flood risk management

Karen Pinkerton, Scottish Environment Protection Agency

This year’s devastating floods in Scotland saw rivers reach record levels. Karen Pinkerton was on the front line, running a new pilot for SEPA, using ArcGIS Collector to capture vital survey data. SEPA’s ability to capture the extent and impact of flood events, in near real time, has greatly improved the range, quality and confidence of its data which is anticipated to help improve future, sustainable flood risk planning. Join Karen to find out how the use of mobile GIS will feed invaluable insight into the National Flood Risk Assessment and Flood Risk Management strategies.

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An overview of Mobile solutions across the Platform

Jack Hardy & Jess Wynne, Esri UK

The ArcGIS platform offers a variety of interesting solutions for accessing information in the field. This session will provide a quick overview of the options, helping you decide on the best approach for your business.

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1Integrate for ArcGIS: Smarter Data, Smarter World

Bob Chell, 1Spatial

Join us to hear how 1Integrate for ArcGIS provides automated data validation and management for the ArcGIS platform. This solutions helps improve data so that business processes are fit for purpose in decision making, customer engagement and regulatory compliance.

In this session you will hear how many organisations are becoming more effective, transforming their internal operations and improving customer experience. With the scale and complexity of spatial information that organisations are increasingly facing, the right solutions are needed to define and drive data excellence.

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Real-time data infrastructure: We believe people with data can transform their world

Laurence Kerans, OSIsoft

The collaboration between OSIsoft and Esri has provided our customers a better way to leverage real time sensor data combined with geography to gain insights that improve their operations. The presentation covers major benefits for such an integration in the areas of operational planning and making immediate and actionable decisions. Real examples are provided that show the value of real time data integration with geography in proactive network and asset management, improving process and operational workflows, situational awareness for emergency response as well as health and safety.

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Best Practice: Architecting the ArcGIS Platform

Dominic Stubbins, Esri UK

When looking to delivering enterprise GIS there are now a variety of architectural options. This session will introduce the basic concepts, helping you better understand the strategies and approaches needed to find the right solution for your business.

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Innovations from Esri UK Map Labs

Mark Wells, Esri UK

We've supercharged the ArcGIS Platform and used it in ways previously unheard of and never thought possible. What have we made? Whose crazy idea was that?! And can I have a copy? (Yes!)

Free your mind with innovations from Esri UK Map Labs.

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Esri technology deep dive: Python

Ed Morris, Esri UK

Python is a free, cross-platform, open-source programming language that is both powerful and easy to learn. Originally introduced at version 9 of ArcGIS Desktop it is the scripting language of choice for geoprocessing. In this session you will see how Python can be used within the ArcGIS Platform – from performing geoprocessing and data management tasks within ArcGIS for Desktop; creating and the  administration of ArcGIS for Server services to obtaining information about your Portal.

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Developing with the ArcGIS Platform

The ArcGIS Platform provides a rich set of developer tools across many platforms and devices for you to build apps that harness the power of location.

In this session we'll take a tour of the developer technology, platform and device options, and give you a heads-up on the best ways to access ArcGIS developer content and resources.

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Raising aspiration in Geography with ArcGIS Online

Thierry Torres, Dover Grammar School for Boys

As a geography department in a state secondary school, we faced the issue of a small budget, limited resources and unreliable field data when students carried out their fieldwork. Finally, data processing and presentation were always onerous, poorly completed and broadly inaccurate. Students did not really see the usefulness of GIS.

Come and see how ArcGIS Online allowed students to rapidly collect reliable and accurate data when carrying fieldwork in east Kent and in Lille, France in the summer of 2015. See how students could detect and analyse patterns of environmental data versus land use more accurately and how ArcGIS helped them to make much better quality maps which gave them instant gratification.

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Simple ways to integrate geographical skills and progression into the new 2016 geography curriculum

Esri UK

GIS can be used as a toolkit for exploration and engagement across different year groups and at the same time develop cartographic, graphical and quantitative skills. These geographic, mathematical and statistical skills are central to the new 2016 GCSEs and GCEs in geography. The session will show how ArcGIS Online can be used to develop these essential skill and will explore opportunities for progression using an example scheme of work based on the core topics of rivers, flooding and understanding catchment systems.

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Visualising Mastermap in 3D with ArcGIS Pro

Guy McGarva, Edina (University of Edinburgh)

ArcGIS Pro is optimised to visualise 3D environments and the recent release of building height data to the academic community through Edina Digimap service makes it easier than ever to create 3D scenes. Visualising the built environment allows users to simulate urban growth and change and is a powerful tool for urban planners and architects.

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Managing Esri Software across your institution

Karl Hennermann, University of Manchester

In this talk Karl will discuss how he manages to provide access across the University of Manchester and share from his experience what has worked, what’s not and what the future might hold with new applications like ArcGIS Pro.

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Visualising Spatio-Temporal Clusters of Crime

Sanjay Rana, Naru Shiode & Shino Shiode, Birbeck (University of London)

The presentation aims to convey the following two main points: 1. Unique insights regarding complex spatial phenomena such as crime and other events, can be obtained by combining detailed geometry of the street network and time of the event. 2. Complex spatial analyses can be built by combining off-the shelf functions of Service Area and OD Matrix Calculations available in the ArcObjects SDK with fast spatial-indexing and topological queries in Open Source libraries such as NetTopologySuite.

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Using Spatial Energy Modelling to Alleviate Fuel Poverty

Javier Urquizo Caldero, Newcastle University

The consultation on the fuel poverty target proposes a non-statutory interim targets to support the trajectory to 2030 by ensure that as many fuel poor homes as is reasonably practicable achieve a minimum energy efficiency standard of Band C. This is a challenging ambition as currently just 4% of fuel poor households in England have an energy efficiency rating of Band C and above (HM Government, 2014). Such an enormous task only can be overcome with an spatial area-based approach informing the fuel poverty policy. This research proposes specific geographical areas being identified as low carbon zone (LCZ) (Boardman, 2007) or proto blocks where appropriate intervention can be made. Within the LCZ every household would be offered a financial support to install insulation, this in contrast to ECO whose main objective is to look for low income households, not in spatial continuous aggregate approach.

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The landscape of GIS teaching in Higher Education – where are we and where should we be heading?

Jeremy Morley, Ordnance Survey; Prof. Muki Haklay, UCL; Prof. Alex Singleton, University of Liverpool; Prof. Mike Worboys, University of Greenwich; Dr Alasdair Rae, University of Sheffield

GIS Academics will present their views on the current, and future, landscape of GIS in higher education before we open up the discussion to the audience.

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Designing basemaps and data for use in ArcGIS Online

Mark Tudball, Esri UK

ArcMap can be used to create your basemaps and feature data for online use. However online data requires different choices when designing symbols and text to make them more efficient and more legible when working online. This session will explain some of these differences and show you how to share your basemaps and layers to your online account.

**All training workshops will be available to book from 8:30 on the day of the conference, on a first come first served basis**

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An ArcGIS Online Treasure Hunt

Alan Sampson, Esri UK

In this session you will look at using ArcGIS Online to provide a simple WebMap containing a basemap and Feature service to collect data from you Smart Phone. You will then, in teams, go out and about to find the treasure using your Smart Phone and the Collector App.  The data collection will be displayed using the Operations Dashboard to provide a real-time common operating picture of the treasure hunt.  Who will be back first, who will do it in the quickest time, who will do it in the shortest route…

**All training workshops will be available to book from 8:30 on the day of the conference, on a first come first served basis**

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Delivering an integrated approach to asset management

Paul Hart, Black & Veatch

Forward thinking consultants at Black & Veatch like to challenge the norm and, with new out-of-the- box capabilities available in the ArcGIS Platform, Paul Hart will outline how traditional methods of asset management have been replaced with a modern integrated approach to collecting, inspecting and maintaining over 30,000 assets. Expect to gain insights into how mobile data collection, live results reporting and nightly asset allocation to a mobile workforce has changed the way three companies involved in a project with UK Power Networks look at asset information management.

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GIS Analysis helps investigate, capture and convict criminals

Detective Superintendent Adrian Green and David Worsnop, Durham Constabulary

Join Detective Superintendent Adrian Green to find out how GIS was used to analyse a wide variety of data during Operation Griffin, a covert police investigation. Find out how this long and complex investigation has resulted in the conviction of fourteen men who masterminded a series of raids on museums and action houses across the UK, stealing oriental artefacts worth millions of pounds.

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Understanding bird behaviour to progress wind farm development

Tom Hartley, Atmos Consulting

Understanding the effect of wind farm development on sensitive bird species is a key challenge faced by wind farm developers, during the planning process. Find out how past experience is now shaping the wider industry statutory guidelines and join Tom Hartley to discover how an innovative modelling approach, combined with expertise in bird behaviour, is helping to remove objections and progress development projects more quickly.

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Forensic remote search: GIS, UAVs and the search for the missing – presumed murdered

Alastair Vannan, Cellmark Forensic Services

A key supplier to UK police forces and government agencies amongst others, Cellmark Forensic Services has developed a new integrated approach in the search for missing people, presumed murdered, by interrogating complex datasets to rapidly identify priority search areas. Join Alastair Vannan to find out how the combination of GIS, spatial data captured by UAV’s and techniques from forensic archaeological landscape analysis is used to deliver a Search Assessment and Mapping Service, to help crime investigators focus their time and resources more effectively.

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Flying Low – How GIS is used to manage and investigate public complaints

Derek Allen, RAF

Low-level flying tactics play a vital role in the nation’s ability to respond to any scenario, not just training for operational war-fighting duties, but also potential peace-support and humanitarian operations. However with almost 2000 public complaints in the UK, every year, many of these low-flying exercises require further investigation. Join Derek Allen as he outlines how various data streams, map projections and radar recordings are combined to create a clear 3D visual image that enables Royal Air Force Police to investigate each individual ‘event’ and understand what required actions, if any, need to be taken.

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Open data in the ArcGIS platform

Katy Haddock & Alicia Vaz, Esri UK

In this session, we will explore how to access, consume and share Open Data in the ArcGIS Platform, discover underlying patterns in our data and visualise these trends with the help of infographics and smart mapping capabilities available through ArcGIS Online. We will demonstrate how Open Data could be used to solve real world problems and in turn, appreciate the benefits that this may bring to your organisation.

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Open Data - Open Doors

Terry Haines, Ordnance Survey

Ordnance Survey provides a wealth of open data options to the geospatial community. Join Terry Haines to hear real-life examples of the use of its newest open data products and how they are benefiting businesses across the UK. Learn how OS OpenData can overcome organisational and business challenges, while contributing to the geospatial ecosystem.

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Putting canals back on the map with Open Data

Richard Gowling, Canal & River Trust

Boaters, anglers, walkers, cyclists and people looking for a fun day, out all enjoy the 2,000 miles of canals and rivers that flow through some of the most beautiful countryside and vibrant cities that England and Wales have to offer.   In this presentation, Richard Gowling will showcase the ambitious project currently being undertaken by the Canal & River Trust, working with Esri UK, which will allow a customer rating of towpaths with the process all being driven through ArcGIS Online and the open data platform.

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Home Analytics Devon: Using ArcGIS Online to drive energy efficiency measures

Sean Lemon, Energy Saving Trust

The Energy Saving Trust (EST) is uniquely placed to help local authorities improve the way they plan energy strategies, design retrofit schemes, target neighbourhoods for interventions and streamline bids for government funding. In this presentation Sean Lemon will showcase how EST, working with Devon County Council (in conjunction with the unitary authorities of Plymouth and Torbay) used the ArcGIS platform to visualise and engage with big data, to create an address-level, housing stock database to provide information on the building attributes and energy efficiency characteristics for more than 500,000 domestic properties in the area.

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A strategic response to national government policy

Andrew Bradley & Alice Rhodes, Sovereign Housing

As the biggest shake-up in social housing for a generation unfolds, including ‘right to buy’ and ‘pay to stay’, Andrew Bradley and Alice Rhodes explore the role of enterprise GIS in developing a strategic response to government policy. Join this session to see how Sovereign Housing is identifying and supporting its affected tenants, while delivering on the government’s aspiration to build a million new homes nationally by 2020.

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Bee prepared: responding to an Asian Hornet invasion

David Fouracre, Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA)

The Asian Hornet presents a major biosecurity risk to the UK. As ‘Vespa velutina’ becomes established in mainland Europe and heads for the UK, there are concerns about the threat to both the UK’s bee population and plant life. Planning to tackle a threat from an invading species requires a range of considerations, from the likely point of entry to land cover, and other geographic factors that affect the spread. In this session, David Fouracre will showcase how APHA is using a single GIS model for predictive modelling, to help plan the response and inform policy making.

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Getting to know ArcGIS Pro

Emma Sandison & Louise Bower, Esri UK

If you’ve been considering ArcGIS Pro but have been unsure how to start then this session is for you. Focusing on its new capabilities we'll cover setting up projects, visualising and editing data, tasks, publishing and 3D.

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Telling stories with maps

Ben Flanagan & Jess Wynne, Esri UK

Maps are a great way to engage an audience. This session will show how templates and intelligent webmaps can help build engaging and inspiring content for your website, presentations and customer self-service.

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Sharing and leveraging open health data and tools using Story Maps

Dr Thilina Jayatilleke, Public Health Intelligence - Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham

Efficient healthcare systems rely on the ability of all stakeholders to leverage data to make informed decisions. As the population grows larger, and lives for longer alongside ever tightening healthcare budgets, the importance of the role of population health analytics is becoming apparent to key decision makers. Join Dr Thilina Jayatilleke to find out how he uses Story Maps to provide the perfect framework for stakeholders across the fragmented UK health system to curate, embed and share a variety of data sources, in an engaging format.

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Unlocking the potential of data through Mapbooks

Andy McGlashan, Network Mapping Ltd

Comprehensive content is key to communicating complex information in an easy to digest format. In the Energy utilities sector, where the deliverable is often a complex data set, this content provides suppliers with a strong competitive edge. In this session find out how Andy McGlashan uses a bespoke flow line, using ArcGIS, to take these large data sets and turn them into a series of Mapbooks, transforming both levels of awareness and speed of interpretation with minimal effort.

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Keeping London’s traffic flowing

Thomas Wooldridge, Transport for London

The smooth flow of traffic around London’s streets is essential to life and work in the capital. Much depends on traffic engineers visiting junctions and road layouts, ensuring signalling and traffic flow is optimised. Putting mobile GIS in the hands of engineers gives them live access to site layout diagrams and local information, eliminating printed material and increasing efficiency and flexibility. Join this session to discover how mobile GIS is keeping London’s traffic flowing.

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Real-Time GIS: GeoEvent Extension

Chris Hansen & Jonathan Whiting, Esri UK

This session will show how you can include real-time information streams within your existing GIS infrastructure, perform continuous processing and analysis against this data and produce new streams of information that work seamlessly with the rest of the ArcGIS platform.

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Creating apps in minutes; Web AppBuilder & AppStudio

Dan Cronin & Ed Bagnall, Esri UK

Ever wanted to create your own web applications but don’t have the coding skills? Here is your answer. This session will demonstrate how to create rich, functional and intuitive apps without the need for any code.

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Best Practice: Managing your ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS implementation

Robin Appleby & Joe Matthews, Esri UK

This session will provide guidance on the best way for organisations to manage their ArcGIS Online/Portal solutions. For example, what’s the best way of organising your users and groups, how can credits be better controlled, what are interesting ways to share your maps and applications?

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An introduction to City Engine

Caroline Steer, Esri UK

3D visualisation of data improves urban planning, architecture, and design. Come and see how ESRI CityEngine can show the relationships of projects, assess their feasibility, and plan their implementation.

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Working with Imagery in the ArcGIS Platform

Chris Barker & Jack Bousfield, Esri UK

An introduction to the suite of image processing and analysis tools available with ArcGIS, helping you find the patterns in your imagery and understand the data locked in the pixels.

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Developer Keynotes

Steven Ramage, what3words

what3words is a unique combination of just 3 words that identifies a 3mx3m square, anywhere on the planet.

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Developer Keynotes

Peter Neubauer, Mapillary

Mapillary allows people to capture, share and explore street level photos to make the world more accessible to everyone.

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Developer Keynotes

Charlie Davies, iGeolise

iGeolise have integrated their TravelTime platform with ArcGIS, helping users understand the context of location-based decisions using minutes rather than miles.

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The Esri Startup Programme

This session will introduce the Esri startup programme which supports entrepreneurs and application developers getting their geo business ideas off the ground. Alongside this we will take a look at some of the start-ups already on the programme and their success to date.

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Lightning Talks

This session presents a series of quick fire 10 minute presentations from users from a wide variety of backgrounds on everything about developing with ArcGIS and complementing technologies. What have you been working on? What have you discovered in your development work? Is there a lightning talk in you? If so, drop us an email at geodev@esriuk.com. All we need is a title and an overview of what you want to talk about.

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What’s new in ArcGIS Online and future plans for schools GIS

Esri UK

TBC

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Using 2015 Index of Multiple Deprivation data as a tool to embed quantitative skills and demonstrate formative assessment

The 2015 release of the Index of Multiple Deprivation data provides an excellent opportunity to develop key geographic and quantitative skills for the new 2016 GCSEs and GCEs in geography. The session will look in depth at how you can use ArcGIS Online to analyse and map (choropleths) the data, including the separate indices of crime, health, income etc. It will also explore the use Storymaps and Web Apps as an innovative approach to formative assessment of geographical skills and knowledge.

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Getting the most out of ArcGIS Online – maps, apps and geoprocessing in the cloud

TBC

Looking at how you can embed ArcGIS Online in undergrad courses and enabling the students to collect, analyse data  and present their own data.

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BIM Special Interest Group

Esri UK

Are you working on BIM implementations? Do you just want to hear more about how GIS fits into BIM? BIM is changing the way digital information is managed in the AEC world. It's also raising awareness of the efficiency gains if facilities are managed with digital information systems. GIS has a key role to play in linking, analysing and accessing digital information as part of a BIM implementation (there's an overview here). Please join us to hear more about using ArcGIS within BIM and to share your experiences with other practitioners.

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Using new features of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript Version 3.15

Guenter Grimm, Esri UK

New features in the ArcGIS API for JavaScript Version 3.15 include a new layer type (VectorTileLayer), a mature FeatureTable widget and advances in the area of symbolisation (Predominance Rendering). In this session you will see how these classes can be leveraged in a JavaScript web mapping application.

**All training workshops will be available to book from 8:30 on the day of the conference, on a first come first served basis**

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Introducing ArcGIS Earth

Ed Morris, Esri UK

ArcGIS Earth, a freely available interactive globe that allows users to explore any part of the world and work with both 3D and 2D data.

In this session you will explore how ArcGIS Earth is fully integrated with the ArcGIS Platform. You will learn how to:

  • •Navigate around the globe
  • •Add open standard data formats such as Shapefiles and KML \ KMZ
  • •Accessing feature, scene, map and image services
  • •Perform measurements and annotate the globe which can be used inside reports

Come along to this session and give ArcGIS Earth a spin!

**All training workshops will be available to book from 8:30 on the day of the conference, on a first come first served basis**

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Agenda

 

8.00 - 9:15AM

Registration
 

9.30 - 11.00AM

Plenary:

Vision message (GIS - Lighting up the Enterprise), The ArcGIS Platform
 

11.00 - 11.30AM

Break

MORNING TRACKS

Lighting up the Enterprise

11:30 - 12:10PM

What's new in the ArcGIS platform?
Esri UK

12:20 - 13:00PM

Geographical Information Systems in Location Planning
Knight Frank Low Flying Complaints Investigation Defence Flying Complaints Investigation Team
Get Real

11:30 - 12:10PM

Being clear about drinking water
Severn Trent Water Enabling more informed decisions for flood risk management Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Developers

11:30 - 12:00PM

Developing with the ArcGIS Platform
Esri UK

12:00 - 12:20PM

Innovations from Esri UK Map Labs
Esri UK

12:20 - 13:00PM

Esri technology deep dive: Python
Esri UK
Higher Education

11:30 - 13:00PM

The landscape of GIS teaching in Higher Education – where are we and where should we be heading?
Ordnance Survey, UCL, University of Liverpool, University of Greenwich, University of Sheffield
Training Workshops

12:20 - 13:00PM

An ArcGIS Online Treasure Hunt
Esri UK
 

13:00 - 14:00PM

Lunch

AFTERNOON TRACKS

Gain Insight

14:00 - 14:40PM

A strategic response to national government policy
Sovereign Housing Bee prepared: responding to an Asian Hornet invasion Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA)

14:50 - 15:30PM

Getting to know ArcGIS Pro
Esri UK
Share It

14:00 - 14:40PM

Telling stories with maps
Esri UK
Get Real

14:00 - 14:40PM

Keeping London’s traffic flowing
Transport for London Real-Time GIS: GeoEvent Extension Esri UK
Developers

14:00 - 14:25PM

Developer Keynotes
what3words

14:25 - 14:50PM

Developer Keynotes
Mapillary

14:50 - 15:15PM

Developer Keynotes
iGeolise

15:15 - 15:30PM

The Esri Startup Programme
Esri UK
Training Workshops

14:50 - 15:30PM

Introducing ArcGIS Earth
Esri UK
BIM

14:00 - 14:40PM

BIM Special Interest Group
Esri UK
 

15:30 - 16:00PM

Break
 

16:00 - 17:00PM

Closing Plenary:

Esri UK Customer Success Awards, Nicholas Crane, Future / Road Map
 

17:00 - 18:00PM

Drinks Reception
 

18:00PM

Ends

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