2011 Esri Partner Conference

01 Charting Our Course Together: Esri and Partners

Charting Our Course Together: Esri and Partners

Jack Dangermond, Esri president, opens the 2011 Esri Partner Conference with his vision for where Esri and its partner community are going. 

02 Every Conversation in Public Safety Is Around a Map

Every Conversation in Public Safety Is Around a Map

Russ Johnson, Esri public safety manager, tells why he's passionate about his job and shares some of his life stories including his role as incident commander during the Yellowstone National Park fire. 

03 Using GIS to Peel Away Scotomas

Using GIS to Peel Away Scotomas

Bill Meehan, Esri utilities solutions manager, talks about the use of spatial analysis and decision making processes for utility applications.

04 Who Has the Most Accurate Information?

Who Has the Most Accurate Information?

Brent Jones, Esri surveying and engineering manager, talks about building accuracy into all our workflows and how to gather the most recent and accurate data.

05 How Do We Help Ourselves Get Healthier?

How Do We Help Ourselves Get Healthier?

Bill Davenhall, Esri health and human services manager, tells you why he believes that GIS can deliver on the promise of a healthier future.

06 Transforming Civic Engagement with GIS

Transforming Civic Engagement with GIS

Kurt Daradics, President & Co-Founder of CitySourced, shares his vision to transform civic engagement by building mobile 311 applications on a SaaS platform.

07 What's Next for Gov 2.0?

What's Next for Gov 2.0?

Chris Thomas, Esri government industry manager, discusses applications that use citizen interaction to improve government.

08 Responding to the Christchurch Earthquakes

Responding to the Christchurch Earthquakes

Jithen (J) Singh, senior technical evangelist, Eagle Technology Group Ltd., shares how they are working with other agencies to be better prepared to share information and respond more quickly. 

09 Where Am I?

Where Am I?

Lew Nelson, Esri law enforcement manager, discusses why location informatin is the most important part of smart applications that will safeguard our society.

10 Mapping the Bottom Line

Mapping the Bottom Line

Simon Thompson, Esri commercial business industry manager, tells you how GIS can be used to solve business problems and add ROI.

11 The Business of Education

The Business of Education

Michael Gould, Esri education industry solutions manager and past university GIS professor, talks about the opportunities to apply GIS solutions for cities to university campuses.

12 People Are Our Most Important Asset

People Are Our Most Important Asset

Lee Litchlyter, CEO of GISi, talks about a new pipeline concept that focuses on the development and growth of people and their value to the company.