Esri UK Annual Conference 2017

16 May 2017 | QEII, London

Agenda

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08:00 - 09:00

Registration


09:30 - 11:00

Opening Plenary


Vision Message    |    ArcGIS Platform    |    Customer Success Stories

11:00 - 11:30

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11:30 - 12:10

What’s new in the ArcGIS platform?

The ArcGIS Platform continues to evolve and the last year has brought a variety of great new tools and capabilities with the 10.5 and other releases. This session will take a tour of the interesting new developments across the platform including Desktop, Enterprise, Online and Apps.  Mixing slides with live demonstrations, this session will ensure you are up-to-date with the ArcGIS Platform.

Esri UK
12:20 - 12:40

Mapping London’s 2050 Infrastructure Growth

The population of London is growing by a bus load every week and the existing infrastructure is already under pressure, affecting the life of every Londoner from turning on the taps in the morning to switching off the lights at night. As we move into the era of smart cities, join Dr Larissa Suzuki to find out how the GLA is adopting state of the art mapping technologies to deliver its sustainable infrastructure growth plan, improve co-ordination between all of the key stakeholders and ensure that London remains one of the best cities in the world in which to live, work and do business.

Greater London Authority
12:40 - 13:00

A journey through the airport

Fasten your seat belts and prepare for take-off as we join Vickie Withnell on a journey into the world of aviation and find out how GIS is supporting Manchester Airport Group achieve its vision to grow in a sustainable way whilst continuing to meet the needs of its customers. From the moment you arrive at the airport to the second you take off, GIS is being used to evaluate transport links, plan parking zones, undertake capacity planning for future expansion and ultimately deliver a first class customer experience.

Manchester Airport Group
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:20

Understanding and restoring the natural world using ArcGIS

The 2016 State of Nature report identified that, between 1970 and 2013, a staggering 56% of UK species have declined. The National Trust is focused on playing its part to reverse this catastrophic decline in biodiversity to restore a healthy and beautiful natural environment. Join Huw Davies to discover how ArcGIS is central to the task from gathering, organising and analysing a wide range of data across its 250,000 hectares of land through to sharing stories and engaging with citizens. As we journey into the future, with drones, satellite imagery and mobile working, Huw will take a look ahead at where the Trust is heading next.

The National Trust
14:20 - 14:40

UAV’s and GIS Deliver Next Generation Environmental Management

Whilst the population of the UK is growing by approximately 6% a year, the land available for agricultural purposes isn’t. Join Paul Brown and Lee Butler to understand how they have developed a GIS based Web App to share high resolution imagery from UAV’s with commercial clients and government, enabling more informed decisions to be made on precision farming and environmental management. Learn how imagery segmentation and advanced analysis is combined with years of scientific expertise, uncovering hidden insights to help farmers optimise crop yields and plant health inspectors protect our natural resources for future generations.

Fera Science
14:50 - 15:10

How maps help deliver a leading Health and Beauty offer

Imagine all the planning and analysis that goes on behind the scenes to understand our behaviours and needs in order to make sure that stores are located in the right places, and that each store has the correct facilities and products to suit the needs of the local population. Join Tom Patterson and David Round to find out how new mapping technology has improved the speed and quality of decision making and engaged colleagues to deliver revolutionary customer-oriented insights across the Boots estate.

Walgreens Boots Alliance
15:10 - 15:30

Putting communities at the heart of policing with web maps

Imagine for a moment what you would do if you witnessed a crime take place or just saw someone acting suspiciously in your neighbourhood. Would you ignore it or report it? When it comes to preventing and solving crime, engagement from the public is absolutely critical, which is why Avon & Somerset Constabulary continues to strengthen and improve local policing, and builds on a strong openness and transparency agenda as featured on their Police and Crime Plan. Join Julie Knight and Olivia Powell to find out how web maps are used to visualise information from various sources, then made available to police officers on the beat and used as a tool to enable public engagement, helping to prevent crimes and keep communities safe.

Avon and Somerset Constabulary
11:30 - 12:10

Living Content

Ever asked yourself where you can get population data, geology layers, 3D buildings or even live traffic conditions? This session takes a dive into the content available to you as part of the platform. Join us to explore the thousands of layers you can access right now to help provide greater context to your data or for performing accurate analysis in both 2D and 3D.

Esri UK
12:20 - 12:40

Using GIS to improve a property management planning application monitoring service

Join Robert Allcock, the GIS Manager at Savills Rural, to understand how he introduced a geographic component to a longstanding planning application monitoring contract, to radically improve established processes and avoid the difficulties of manual monitoring. Since the implementation of a GIS orientated approach Savills has not only improved accuracy and reporting times for their client but have also saved significant operations cost.

Savills UK Ltd
12:40 - 13:00

Making Sense of Cities – Understanding Movement & Transport Patterns From Anonymised Mobile Phone Networks

Mobile phones provide a tidal wave of information on movement and transport patterns, being able to analyse this data to create meaningful business insights takes real skill. Join Gearóid Ó Riain, Managing Director of Compass Informatics and Director of Citi Logik, to understand how they have been using the ArcGIS Platform to develop innovative and ground-breaking approaches to both the analytics and visualisation of mobile phone data and the application of this data across different industries in the UK and beyond.

Compass Informatics
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:20

SWEET, simplicity and GeoDesign

SWEET is an application we have developed over the last few years that provides the capabilities of advanced GIS to non-expert users. In the course of its development we have learned a lot about simplifying complex workflows and the use of GeoDesign principles to support decisions. The session will use live demos to discuss the lessons we have learned. Covering user experience design, user feedback and the application GeoDesign to the editing workflow. Join us to explore making the benefits of GIS available to a wider audience.

Esri UK
14:20 - 14:40

The power of OpenData

In this session we are going to look at what open data is and how you can access it in the platform. We will also be exploring our new Open Data application and how you can use this to help communicate initiatives, successes, metrics and to gain feedback from your user community.

Esri UK
14:50 - 15:10

Open Geography as a concept: building spatial statistics around users 

The wording ‘Open Data’ is typically used to define licensing conditions but does not take into consideration how, why or by who the data is being used. Join Claire Dawson, Geography Products and Services Manager and Matt Jinman, ONS Open Geography Portal Developer from the Office for National Statistics, to understand what they have learnt from usage of the existing ONS Open Geography portal  and how that will shape the future of geographical data publishing in the organisation.

Office for National Statistics
15:10 - 15:30

Big data! Offshore to onshore: Streaming 3D cities and point clouds 

Line of sight analysis, sun shading and skyline analysis are all important considerations in the decision making process for urban design and development. Join Elliot Hartley, Managing Director and his team at Garsdale Design who have developed industry leading skills in the  production of stunning 3D web maps and understand how they are using big data such as laser scans and lidar with the fantastic capabilities of the Esri platform to inform the BIM and Construction sector.

Garsdale Design
11:30 - 11:50

Heat Networks – Building a bespoke model to formulate strategic choice

The UK is setting itself an ambitious target for a transition to a low carbon energy system over the next 35 years. Nottingham has a key role to play in this given its long standing title as the most energy self-sufficient city in the UK. Join Stephen Hayes as he shares how Nottingham City Council plans to use GIS to help meet its ambitions to enhance its low carbon energy provision by 300GWh (the equivalent heat requirements of 38,000 homes). See how ModelBuilder, Python and City Engine have been used to create a sophisticated model for heat networks, using key data sets including the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s heat map.

Nottingham City Council / Enviroenergy
11:50 - 12:10

Growth Option Assessment – Finding the Most Suitable Land for New Housing

Finding suitable land for sustainable housing development is a difficult task which all Local Authorities need to undertake. Join Edith Lendak to learn how LUC broke down the complex assessment framework into manageable assessment strands, using Esri ModelBuilder to streamline the analysis. Using geoprocessing models ensured a robust and modular approach to the assessment. It enabled the GIS team to make updates and modifications to the assessment criteria easily, remove repetitive tasks, reduce scope for human error and increase the speed of execution. A clear audit trail and tool documentation made the model reusable for other projects.

Land Use Consultants
12:20 - 13:00

An Intro to Analysis in ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Pro is a modern and innovative desktop GIS that integrates with the ArcGIS platform and provides advanced analytical capabilities, both in 2D and 3D. This session will show you how to get started with Pro, then help you gain new insight from your business data through visualisation, graphs, analysis and geoprocessing models.

Esri UK
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:20

The application of ArcGIS to assess flood risk for local planning

With sporadic weather conditions in the UK, the national government’s policy of building more houses has inevitably increased concern for local planning authorities. Join Harvey Rodda as he explores the application of ArcGIS spatial analyst with freely available topographic data as a tool to provide a better understanding of flood risk and as a means of providing accurate, hard to spot, information on the site hydrology, to parish councillors and residents.

Hydro-GIS Ltd
14:20 - 14:40

ArcGIS Online: Making Meetings Meaningful with Maps

With rising demand for actionable insight and growing time constraints in the workplace, it is time to move mapping from the technical few to the many. Learn how Jonathan Moulding’s team have utilised the visual strengths of ArcGIS Online within Highways England North West Regional Intelligence Unit, to make data more accessible and more engaging through self-serve reports, freeing up analyst resource while delivering huge benefits to decision makers across the organisation.

Highways England
14:50 - 15:30

Advanced Analytics

This session aims to explore the key new Advanced Analytics offerings introduced with ArcGIS Enterprise at 10.5. We will explore the functions of GeoEvent, GeoAnalytics, Image Server and Insights throughout the session, focusing on the both the new capabilities and business benefits these can bring to your organisation. Through a combination of slides and demonstrations, this session will provide a greater understanding of the potential that ArcGIS analytics can unlock for you.

Esri UK
11:30 - 12:10

Sharing information through web applications

ArcGIS includes a wide range of configurable web apps that help you to visualise and share organisational data. This session will show how you can use Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS to create apps from ready-to-use widgets and configurable themes. We will also explore the comprehensive set of configurable apps (including Story Maps), that allow you to create your own focused web apps.

Esri UK
12:20 - 12:40

Using ArcGIS Online to Support Collaboration and Information-Sharing for River Catchment Management

The rivers trust movement in the UK is made up of nearly 80 grass-roots, community organisations, ranging in size from one or two individuals, up to teams of 30 people, all engaged in sustainable management of rivers and their catchments. Collaboration and information sharing is essential to promote an integrated approach to river catchment management, which balances society’s needs with a healthy river ecosystem. As the umbrella body for nearly 60 of these trusts in England, Wales and Northern Ireland The Rivers Trust provides technical data sharing and GIS support to help the local trusts engage partners and share knowledge, skills and expertise across multiple organisations and sectors, so that resources and funds can be used more effectively, and interventions can be targeted appropriately.

Using story map templates and the custom app builder, combined with national data layers, which can be filtered to each river catchment, The Rivers Trust is empowering local trusts to share data with local partners and engage members of the public.

Join Lucy Butler and Michelle Walker to learn how ArcGIS Online is enabling The Rivers Trust to tell their story in a clear and informative manner.

The Rivers Trust
12:40 - 13:00

Roads Modernisation in London – What? When? Where?

Join Fiona Clowes as Transport for London (TfL) embark on the delivery of a £4 billion road network investment programme.  Hundreds of transformational major highway and cycling projects will deliver a significant reduction in fatalities and serious injuries, and improve life in London. Communicating the plans for TfL’s investment programme to stakeholders is paramount and an external mapping application has been launched to the London Boroughs, GLA and the Utilities to facilitate collaboration and coordination. Hear about the project background, an explanation of the technology choices used, the benefits and drawbacks of the chosen approach, and the lessons learnt by TfL on the journey to delivering a road network for London that is fit for the future.

Transport for London
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:40

Gathering information through web applications

Do you want to improve your engagement with your customers and better understand their requirements and issues? Come to this session to find out about the various crowdsource and reporting web apps available to help you gather information from the public.

Esri UK
14:50 - 15:10

Forester: Enabling improved collaboration for key business data

As Britain’s largest land manager, the Forestry Commission has a duty of care for the public forest estate. To help them with this task the Forestry Commission developed ‘Forester’ - a web GIS solution built on the ArcGIS Platform. Forester provides a system of record that allows users to browse, edit and share corporate spatial data and maps. It provides an easy to use system of engagement that senior managers, planning and operational staff use to analyse, report and collaborate on data at both local and national scales.

Join Chris Donaldson to learn how Forester has been used to transform data management for business critical data, such as electricity powerlines, within the Forestry Commission.

Forestry Commission
15:10 - 15:30

Delivering the largest Ground Investigation undertaken in the UK

High Speed Two (HS2) is a new high-speed railway that will form the backbone of Britain’s rail network. It will run between London and Birmingham from 2026, extend to Crewe by 2027 and then link to Manchester and the East Midlands and Leeds from 2033. HS2’s Ground Investigation programme is anything but traditional, requiring a digital data driven approach. A mammoth task, HS2 started planning the Ground Investigation works in 2014, with approx. 9,000 exploratory locations and just over 3 years to complete. Hear how GIS capabilities are harnessed to support areas of the business traditionally using CAD,  Hen will explore the challenges faced in implementing so much more than just a web and mobile viewers to their users, lessons learnt along the way and what they’re planning for the future.

HS2
11:30 - 11:50

Use of Collector for mobile asset data capture

National Grid Gas Distribution is optimising business processes and driving business efficiency through mobile collection of information about newly constructed and abandoned assets. Join Peter Graham to understand how mobile GIS apps improve the speed and accuracy of field data capture compared to traditional paper based workflows, allowing National Grid Gas Distribution to work smarter and improve the quality and currency of GIS asset information.

National Grid - Gas Distribution Limited
11:50 - 12:10

Mobile - Web - Desktop - Invoice - Complete Solution

Euro Environmental Group have put together a fully rounded data collection solution for UK wide projects, collecting data from over 500,000 inspections from Hampshire to North Lanarkshire, while giving stakeholders new access to live data and insight that they have never had before. Join Ashley Rymer to understand how Euro Environmental Group are able to work smarter, leveraging live data collected in the field to drive an innovative business solution.

Euro Environmental Group
12:20 - 13:00

Introduction to the apps of Smarter Working

ArcGIS Apps can help make your mobile workforce more efficient and effective. Come to this session for an overview of the key apps that support mobile working, and discover how they can be used together to improve field operation workflows.

Esri UK
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:20

Getting Major Incident Ready with the Environment Agency

The Environment Agency is increasing situational awareness in incident rooms across the country using the latest Esri technology to collect, analyse and share live data on major Incidents. The solution has been used in real flood and pollution events including ‘Storm Angus’ in the Autumn of 2016 and the East Coast Surge in January this year. It includes the use of Apps to collect images and video in the field, as well as Operations Dashboard, ArcGIS Online and Portal to disseminate the information and coordinate with partners in responding to incidents. Join Nick Jones to learn how GIS is enabling smarter working in real time situations requiring true Operational Intelligence.

Environment Agency
14:20 - 14:40

Smart working on the go

Bracknell Forest Homes facilitate faster, more efficient processes through mobile data collection, allowing their Tree Team to manage 10,000 trees with just two members of staff. The solution allows multiple stakeholders, both internal and external, to gain access to large quantities of accurate survey information. Join Andy Keljarret and Sarah Proctor to find out how Bracknell Forest Homes work smarter to deliver the best possible service to customers while achieving significant cost savings.

Bracknell Forest Homes
14:50 - 15:30

Analytics for smarter working in the field

Optimising your workforce isn’t just about providing the right apps, it’s also important to ensure that your field staff are working as efficiently as possible. For example, this might be through optimised delivery routes or ensuring you have staff available to provide quick response to customer requests. This session will introduce the analytical capabilities available to support these decisions, with a particular focus on network analysis.

Esri UK
11:30 - 12:10

Architecting the ArcGIS Platform

Architecting the ArcGIS Platform can sometimes seem a daunting prospect, this session will guide you through the different deployment options for the ArcGIS Platform. Whether its on-premise, cloud hosted or a hybrid solution deployment, this session will look at the pros and cons of the different patterns. We will cover factors such as high availability, disaster recovery and your options for deploying the different ArcGIS applications to your users whether they are in the field or office based.

Esri UK
12:20 - 13:00

Imagery Analysis in ArcGIS: New View. New Vision.

ArcGIS provides a suite of image processing and analysis tools that help you find patterns in your imagery and understand the data locked in pixels. In this session we will cover, georeferencing your imagery, processing it on-the-fly and using powerful analysis functions to gain insight from your data. We will also highlight the wealth of imagery available to use alongside your own data.

Esri UK
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:40

An introduction to 3D

3D is now a core part of the ArcGIS platform and increasingly a key competency in our community. If you’d like a better understanding of 3D but not sure where to begin then this is the session for you. We’ll provide an overview of 3D across the platform and demonstrate some quick ways to get started.

Esri UK
14:50 - 15:30

Taking 3D GIS to the next level

Mapping our world in 3D can bring new insights and many of you are exploring what this can offer your organisations. The 3D capabilities of the ArcGIS platform continue to evolve and mature and in this session Chris Andrews - Esri’s Product Manager for 3D – will take you through some of these innovations. The session will also look at different paths for creating 3D content, in particular how GIS can deliver geographical context to building models in a BIM project.

Esri Inc
11:30 - 12:00

Introduction to ArcGIS Developer Tools

It's been an exciting year for ArcGIS developers with some great new capabilities available to us! This introduction session is all about giving you the knowledge you need to get the best out of our developer tools. We'll take you through all our APIs and SDKs and discuss how you can use them to write powerful GIS apps.

Esri UK
12:00 - 12:30

Break on Through (To The Java(Script) Side)

In June 2016, Esri retired the ArcGIS API for Flex. This presentation aims to demonstrate the many benefits of migrating existing Flex applications to JavaScript, utilising the full suite of well-documented online resources and additional training options available from Esri. These have enabled Intertek to undertake this transition seamlessly and taking advantage of enhanced features provided by using JavaScript.

Intertek
12:30 - 13:00

Advanced Development Techniques with ArcPy and Python API

ArcGIS provides a suite of image processing and analysis tools that help you find patterns in your imagery and understand the data locked in pixels. In this session we will cover, georeferencing your imagery, processing it on-the-fly and using powerful analysis functions to gain insight from your data. We will also highlight the wealth of imagery available to use alongside your own data.

Esri UK
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch


14:00 - 14:30

What's New to the SDK's and JavaScript API

Last year, we saw exciting new releases of both our web and native development tools. We can't wait to show you some of our favourite new features, so come along to this session and tell you all about version 100 of our Runtime SDKs and version 4 of our JavaScript API.

Esri UK
14:30 - 15:00

100 Lines or Less Competition Showcase

Esri UK have recently announced the 100 Lines or Less developer challenge! You’re tasked to create an app in less than 100 lines of JavaScript code using Esri’s ArcGIS API for JavaScript. More information and terms and conditions please visit esriuk.com/100lines. This session will be judging the finalists and showcasing what people have made.

Esri UK Map Labs Team
15:00 - 15:15

ArcGIS Developer Program

Back in March, we released the ArcGIS Developer Program. This new developer experience unifies our all developer offerings into a single place and gives you everything you need to develop with the ArcGIS Platform, from creating a simple web app, to extending one of our core products.

Whether you've been migrated from EDN or just want to know more about the ArcGIS Developer program, this session is for you.

Esri UK
15:15 - 15:30

The Startup Programme

This session will give you an overview of the Esri Startup Program. The criteria you need to fulfil to get on board and the many benefits of the free, three-year program. An Esri UK Startup called Hawksight SRA will be sharing their experiences on how they’ve found the Startup Program.

Esri UK
11:30 - 12:10

Visualising Lidar in ArcGIS Pro

Lidar is a remote sensing technology that measures the distance by illuminating an object with a laser and analysing the reflected light. The laser produces a dense sampling of XY and Z measurements which can then be used to create a highly accurate surface. Applications to which this technology can be applied are many and include:
  • Forestry
  • Engineering
  • Archaeology

  • The Environment Agency made available its Lidar data as Digital Surface and Terrain Models and Point Cloud. In this session you will learn some strategies for processing and visualising this data inside ArcGIS Pro to create a 3D view of the landscape.

    **All workshops will be available to book from 8:30 on the day of the conference, on a first come first served basis**
    Esri UK
    12:20 - 13:00

    ArcGIS Pro Tasks: An Introduction

    ArcGIS Pro can create a set of preconfigured steps that guide you and others through a workflow or business process. These preconfigured steps are known as a Task which can be used to implement a best-practice workflow, improve the efficiency of a workflow, or create a series of interactive tutorial steps.

    A task is created in a task item in an ArcGIS Pro project. A project can contain multiple task items and a task item can contain multiple, related tasks. Task items are stored under Tasks on the Project pane.

    In this taster session you will learn how to design and run a Task and discover how Tasks can be used and shared between projects and organisations.

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

    Esri UK
    13:00 - 14:00

    Lunch


    14:00 - 14:40

    ArcGIS API for JavaScript v4.3: Eye candy (and more)

    To create 3D web mapping applications you will need to use the 4.x  version of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript. This latest version is a redevelopment of 3.x and represents a new way of coding to develop web mapping applications.

    In this taster session you will learn how to use the 4.3 version of the API to create a web application which displays a 2d and a 3d map in the same browser window and links navigation in both maps.

    To attend this session it is strongly recommended you have some knowledge of JavaScript.

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

    Esri UK
    14:50 - 15:30

    Introducing the ArcGIS Python API

    The ArcGIS API for Python lets ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise users, analysts, developers and administrators script and automate tasks ranging from performing analysis to content management and administration of their web GIS. In this session you will get a hands-on overview of the API in which you will write some code which will perform basic administration of your ArcGIS Online organisation.

    To attend this session it is strongly recommended you have some knowledge of the Python scripting language.

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

    Esri UK
    11:30 - 13:00

    Joint session with Higher Education

    1. GIS connections between schools and universities:
      1. Presentation and discussion of new research on GIS experiences in schools and universities
      2. New GIS opportunities for schools and universities

    2. The Science of Where - teaching with GIS:
      1. Exploring new GIS teaching resources and ideas

    3. Expert Panel Q&A session – managing adoption of GIS in schools and progression into higher education:
      1. Teaching GIS earlier in universities
      2. Raising the bar at universities
      3. Employability
      4. Adoption of GIS across the wider academic curriculum
    Esri UK
    13:00 - 14:00

    Lunch


    14:00 - 15:30

    Hands on ArcGIS Online workshop for teachers

    1. Integrating GIS into your schemes of work:
      1. Practical ways to integrate teaching with GIS into a Scheme of Work
      2. Examples from exam boards and teaching resources to use in the classroom

    2. Understanding and using the Living Atlas:
      1. Accessing ‘the World’s foremost collection of global geographic information’ for your teaching
      2. Geographic analysis with the Living Atlas

    3. GIS and Fieldwork at GCSE and A level:
      1. ArcGIS Online as the complete platform for your fieldwork requirements
      2. Planning, collecting, analyzing, visualizing and presenting fieldwork with ArcGIS Online
    Esri UK
    11:30 - 13:00

    Joint session with Schools

    1. GIS connections between schools and universities:
      1. Presentation and discussion of new research on GIS experiences in schools and universities
      2. New GIS opportunities for schools and universities

    2. The Science of Where - teaching with GIS:
      1. Exploring new GIS teaching resources and ideas

    3. Expert Panel Q&A session – managing adoption of GIS in schools and progression into higher education:
      1. Teaching GIS earlier in universities
      2. Raising the bar at universities
      3. Employability
      4. Adoption of GIS across the wider academic curriculum
    Esri UK
    13:00 - 14:00

    Lunch


    14:00 - 15:30

    Making the most of the new Chest agreement

    This session will focus on the upcoming Chest Agreement renewal. The new agreement will allow universities and colleges to do more than ever with the ArcGIS Platform. The session will cover:
  • Chest Renewal – what's coming and implications
  • Named users and administration best practise
  • Make GIS accessible to students beyond Earth and Environmental Science
  • Make your graduates employable
  • GIS Resource Centre for Universities
  • What do people want
  • E-learning / share resources
  • Esri UK
    15:30 - 16:00

    Break


    16:00 - 17:00

    Closing Plenary


    Customer Success Awards    |    Keynote Speaker    |    Future & Road Map

    17:00 - 18:00

    Drinks Reception



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