How is GIS transforming organisations everyday working practices to enable a smarter world?
At the QEII Centre the winners of Esri UK & Ireland’s annual Customer Success Awards were invited to take to the stage to accept their awards. This is our opportunity to showcase the most pioneering projects, teams and individuals, championing transformation through innovative use of ArcGIS.
Thank you to all our entrants for this year’s Esri UK & Ireland Customer Success Awards, and congratulations to the winning entrants in each category, listed below.
The winners were announced at the Esri UK Annual Conference on Tuesday 21st May 2019.
Maps are a fantastic tool for conveying and understanding your data. Our shortlisted entrants have shown us how they've leveraged Esri's cartographic tools to bring their data to life. [h6]Shortlist:[/h6] [list] [*][url="https://www.housing.org.uk/"]National Housing Federation[/url][/*] [*][url="https://www.aone.uk.com/"]A-one+[/url][/*] [*][winner][br][url="https://www.scsrailways.co.uk/"]Skanska-Costain-Strabag Joint Venture[/url][br][br][button="https://player.vimeo.com/video/335847818"]Watch video[/button][/*] [/list] [hr] Have you visualised your data to create a cartographically stunning map, shed new light on a situation, or perhaps turned your data into a StoryMap and used it as a communication tool? Your submission could showcase: [list] [*]How you unlocked data from spreadsheets and used the [url="https://www.esriuk.com/landing-pages/arcgis-online/smart-mapping"]SmartMapping[/url] tools to visualise it on a map[/*] [*]How you used one of the maps in the Living Atlas, then added your data to produce a beautiful map in moments[/*] [*]How you turned your data into a StoryMap as a way of communicating something within your organisation or to the public[/*] [/list] For Inspiration why not visit our map galleries - [url="https://www.esri.com/products/maps-we-love"]MapsWeLove[/url], [url="https://storymaps.arcgis.com/en/"]StoryMaps[/url] and the [url="https://livingatlas.arcgis.com/en/"]Living Atlas[/url]. Please submit your map when entering this category.
Spatial analysis allows you to unlock hidden facets of data. The entrants in our shortlist have told us about what they've revealed using Esri's analytical capabilities. [h6]Shortlist:[/h6] [list] [*][url="https://www.tfwm.org.uk/"]Transport for West Midlands[/url][/*] [*][winner][br][url="https://www.cityoflondon.police.uk"]City of London Police[/url][br][br][button="https://player.vimeo.com/video/335847843"]Watch video[/button][/*] [*][url="https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/"]Oxfordshire County Council[/url][/*] [/list] [hr] What kind of analysis have you undertaken? How has this has helped to solve a complex business challenge, enhanced strategic decision making or improved working practices? Your submission could showcase: [list] [*]How you are helping different departments, co-workers or volunteers to resolve complex issues though the power of spatial analysis[/*] [*]What kind of insights your analysis has revealed and how this new understanding is helping to shape strategic decision making[/*] [*]How you have undertaken 3D GIS modelling as part of a major infrastructure project or planning for a housing development[/*] [/list] For Inspiration take a look at how to [url="https://www.esriuk.com/en-gb/arcgis/products/arcgis-online/capabilities/analyse-data"]analyse your data[/url] to reveal new insights or look at the [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/knight-frank/"]Knight Frank[/url], [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/crossrail/"]Crossrail[/url] and [url="https://youtu.be/zh0B-Eo8uW0?list=PLiNEAh2_Rnsg_fY4XbkuAgRfEDa4mtxd0&t=44"]Flagship Group[/url] customer stories.
The shortlisted entrants demonstrated how Esri's apps and systems are helping them connect their workers, both in the field and in the office, with relevant and up-to-date information. [h6]Shortlist:[/h6] [list] [*][url="https://www.north-wales.police.uk/"]North Wales Police[/url][/*] [*][url="http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/"]Worcestershire County Council[/url][/*] [*][winner][br][url="https://www.army.mod.uk/who-we-are/formations-divisions-brigades/1st-united-kingdom-division/"]1 (UK) Division, UK Army[/url][/*] [/list] [hr] How are you keeping your workforce informed on the move or from afar, saving time, improving operational efficiency and adding value to your organisation? Your submission could showcase: [list] [*]How your field workers are using out-of-the-box mobile apps or drones to collect and update data on the move[/*] [*]What data you are collecting in the field and how this is being shared with office workers, enabling real-time decision making[/*] [*]How you are monitoring real-time information from multiple sources to gain greater operational awareness and co-ordinate field teams to respond to an incident[/*] [/list] For inspiration, find out about [url="https://www.esriuk.com/software/apps/field"]Apps in the Field[/url], read the [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/scottishpower/"]Scottish Power[/url], [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/wiltshire-council/"]Wiltshire Council[/url] customer case studies or download our new eBook on [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/operational-intelligence/"]Operational Intelligence[/url].
GIS can help you to build a community or engage with the public. The entrants in our shortlist have demonstrated their innovative use of Esri's systems to connect with people. [h6]Shortlist:[/h6] [list] [*][url="https://www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/"]Sevenoaks District Council[/url][/*] [*][url="https://www.rspb.org.uk/"]RSPB[/url][/*] [*][winner][br][url="https://www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/"]Northumberland National Park Authority[/url][br][br][button="https://player.vimeo.com/video/335847830"]Watch video[/button][/*] [/list] [hr] Are you using GIS to engage and communicate with stakeholders across your organisation? Perhaps you're connecting externally or with the public to work collaboratively. Your submission could showcase: [list] [*]How you are using GIS as a central platform to join up departments, share information and collaborate internally from a single source of truth[/*] [*]How you are using maps on your website to inform and educate your customers on a programme of work[/*] [*]How you crowd sourced information from people outside your own organisation to generate ideas and help improve decision making[/*] [/list] For inspiration learn how ArcGIS can be used to [url="https://www.esriuk.com/en-gb/arcgis/products/arcgis-online/capabilities/share-collaborate"]Share and Collaborate[/url] or look at the [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/argent/"]Argent[/url], [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/wessex-water/"]Wessex Water[/url], [url="https://youtu.be/FgCbpwe1610?list=PLiNEAh2_Rnsg_fY4XbkuAgRfEDa4mtxd0&t=472"]Canal and River Trust[/url] customer case studies or download our new eBook on [url="https://resource.esriuk.com/smart-communities/"]Smart Communities[/url].
Follow the lead of this year's winners
As GIS becomes more collaborative, more mobile, and more social, this is your opportunity to be recognised for your work, amongst your peers at the Esri UK Annual Conference 2020.
Simply enter one or more of the four categories above by filling out the online entry form.
The deadline for submissions is 17:00 on Friday 18th October 2019