Jack Dangermond explains how Esri's managed services, including application hosting, caching, and imagery processing, provide cloud-based ArcGIS infrastructure and support for hundreds of organizations.
Jack Dangermond shares information on various Esri initiatives including software development, training, Esri Press, the Esri Technical Certification Program, the Esri Partner Network, and the Esri Nonprofit Organization Program. He also talks about Esri's goals and status.
Clint Brown and Scott Oppmann provide an overview and demonstration of the free templates and applications that make up ArcGIS for Local Government.
Jack Dangermond presents the Making a Difference Award to Haru Hyashi from the Research Center for Disaster Reduction Systems at Kyoto University, and to Daniel Eriksson, Head of Information Management at the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining.
Charlie FItzpatrick introduces Dominique Evans-Bye, a science teacher at Clark Magnet High School in La Crescenta, California, and her student Yeprem Chavdarian, who demonstrate how students use GIS for a variety of projects ranging from marine science research to other current environmental issues.
Paul Trevillion and Eric Bowman help you find sources of geographic data that meet your mapping and analysis needs. Local and online sources of existing data as well as methods to create new data, will be examined.
David Watkins and Jamie Conley teach you how to build and edit symbols, apply geometric effects, and perform geometry and symbol overrides to improve the quality of your cartography.
Eric Wittner and Matthew Baker demonstrate how ArcGIS 10 can be utilized to support GeoDesign workflows.