With Esri UC around the corner, it’s time to get pumped and start mapping out your week! To help get you started, check out our top five tips to take your conference experience to the next level. From incredible client presentations and free swag to social events and fun with the fam, don't miss out on these opportunities.
1. Learn from the best
Not to brag or anything, but our customers are pretty brilliant. Head to their sessions and you'll discover new ways to unlock the full potential of your Cartegraph and Esri data. Check out the full listing below—we dare you to try to pick just one.
2. Grab free swag
Head to expo booth 927 to say hey to the Cartegraph crew, grab a free t-shirt, and see our latest solutions in action. We'll show you how other cities, counties, parks, and utilities are pairing Cartegraph operations management software with ArcGIS to help crews map assets, receive assignments, and complete tasks in the field on their smartphone or iPad.
3. Rub elbows with gis rock stars
Create new connections with geogeeks that share the same interests and challenges as you. Attend one of our sponsored events or special interest group meetings to dig into the details and have deeper conversations with GIS rock stars just like you.
- Public Works Special Interest Group
11:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 9 | SDCC Room 27A
- State & Local Government Social
6:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 10 | Hilton Lawn
4. Start your high-performance journey
Building high-performance government is all about cultivating effective and innovative teams that develop efficient processes, and produce measurable, actionable results. Stop by booth 927 to catch one of our in-booth presentations and learn how combining Cartegraph and ArcGIS solutions can help you better capture data, analyze it, and prepare for the future.
Tuesday, July 9:
- 9:30 a.m. Building a Mobile Workforce That Works
- 11:00 a.m. Gain Better “Insight” into Your Asset Data
- 2:00 p.m. Improving Your Community with High-Accuracy Imaging
Wednesday, July 10:
- 9:30 a.m.Automating Work Management with GeoEvents and AVL
- 11:00 a.m. Creating Budgets That Don’t Get Cut
- 2:00 p.m. Improving Efficiency and Transparency with Webhooks
- 3:30 p.m. The 5 Pillars of High-Performance Facilities
Thursday, July 11:
- 11:00 a.m. Gain Better “Insight” into Your Asset Data
5. Have free fun with the fam
Looking to introduce your friends and family to the wonderful world of GIS? Bring them to Family Night at the UC Expo to explore exhibits and enjoy fun activities, food, and drinks. Plus, head to Cartegraph booth 927 to score a free activity book and crayons for the little ones. Family Night is from 4:00-6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10 and is open to anyone accompanied by a registered Esri User Conference attendee.
Cartegraph + Esri Client Presentations
Using GIS to Manage Inclement Weather Events
Tuesday, July 9 | 8:30 a.m. | SDCC Room 28 B
Nadine Bennett-Darby, Cobb County, GA DOT
In recent years, several inclement weather events have impacted Georgia, inspiring the Cobb County Department of Transportation (Cobb DOT) to make critical changes in the tracking and management of weather-related tasks. For example, Cobb DOT created GeoEvent and automatic vehicle location (AVL) processes to trigger snow route tasks automatically within its work management system. The department also created a web map to share road conditions with citizens in real time during weather events.
Driving Smarter Utility Operations with The Science of Where
Tuesday, July 9 | 1:00 p.m. | SDCC Room 29 B
Daniel Johns, Clay County, FL Utility Authority
Thousands of citizens are counting on you to take care of their community—but there’s only so many hours in the day. Stop wasting your time entering data into multiple systems and start focusing more on the work that matters. During this session, the Clay County Utility Authority team will show you how they’re pairing ArcGIS with work and asset management tools to eliminate unreliable manual processes.
Smart Systems for Small Communities: ArcGIS and Cartegraph for Work Management
Tuesday, July 9 | 1:00 p.m. | SDCC Room 28 A
Tanya Gallagher and Joe Thornton, Santa Rosa County, FL
Recent population growth in Santa Rosa County, Florida (SRC) has left personnel inundated with Public Works requests, and the need for better tracking of daily operations. SRC responded with Cartegraph, a work management system that integrates with ArcGIS Enterprise. Cartegraph with ArcGIS manages and maps requests, tasks, and assets. Real-time updates via an Operations Dashboard lets SRC geographically track how citizen’s needs are met with details on labor, equipment use, and total cost.
A Tale of 10 Servers
Wednesday, July 10 | 10:00 a.m. | SDCC Room 25 C
Amanda Huber, Brett Frahm, and Simon Morgan; Three Rivers Park District, MN
Catch this unique session to hear why the Three Rivers Park District team is deploying a multi-site ArcGIS Enterprise Portal. They’ll share their strict project goals of designing an intuitive user experience, building a hybrid ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise environment, and making the most of their ArcGIS Platform investment. The Three Rivers team will also share their top tips and lessons learned for deploying your own multi-site portal.
Taming the VIPER: Leveraging ArcGIS to Digitize Memory
Thursday July 11 | 8:30 a.m. | SDCC Room 24 B
Simon Morgan, Three Rivers Park District, MN
From ski chalets to chicken barns, Three Rivers Park District is challenged with managing 400+ unique buildings across an area the size of Rhode Island. To ensure staff have access to all facility data, anywhere, see how their team built VIPER, a Virtual Indoor Portal with Extended Reality powered by ArcGIS Enterprise and asset management software. With virtual tours, indoor GIS data, 3D data, and floor plans, see how this intuitive app packages vital information in one convenient location.