Esri president Jack Dangermond shares his vision for the 2010 GeoDesign Summit.
Tom Fisher, Dean, College of Design, University of Minnesota, introduces GeoDesign and discusses the types of problems GeoDesign can help solve at the 2010 GeoDesign Summit.
Will Rogers, President, the Trust for Public Lands, presents "GeoDesign in Conservation Planning: Stakeholder Driven Geoprocessing through Greenprinting" at the 2010 GeoDesign Summit.
Michael Goodchild, Professor of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, presents “Spatial by Design: Understanding the Special Role of GIS” at the 2010 GeoDesign Summit.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Kim Tanzer, Dean, School of Architecture, University of Virginia, explains the role of the National Academy of Environmental Design in advancing evidence-based design research.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Esri Staff demonstrate the latest advanced in ArcGIS technology and its relation to GeoDesign workflows.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Michael Flaxman explains the fundamental principles of GeoDesign and discusses routes forward.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Richard Klosterman says that GeoDesign can—and should—do more than facilitate the design work of landscape architects, planners, and other professionals; it also has the potential to provide private citizens with the information and tools they can use to help design the communities in which they live.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Juan Carlos Vargas discusses the value of public participation in the land use planning process.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Joerg Schaller describes a project in Germany where ModelBuilder was used to preprocess the data for a potential site suitability analysis for Solar Electric Plants.
On day one of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit, Keith Reynolds provides an overview of the Ecosystem Management Decision Support (EMDS) system, a general application framework for designing and implementing knowledge-based decision support for environmental analysis and planning at any geographic scale or scales.