Esri president and founder Jack Dangermond shares his vision for the 2012 GeoDesign Summit.
Matthew Baker and Eric Wittner of Esri provide an update of the core tools and geodesign workflows that can be used with ArcGIS software.
Douglas Olson of O2 Planning + Design introduces new processes and tools that deal with the economic and political complexities of integrated land use and watershed planning.
Tamara Manik-Perlman of Azavea shares a project she's working on to develop geodesign teaching tools for middle and high school educators.
Abby Jones of Anthro/Ecological Design Collective shares how she uses geodesign to convert distressed properties into green space.
Doug Walker of Placeways gives an overview of CommunityViz planning software.
Will McClintock of the University of California, Santa Barbara presents SeaSketch, a collaborative geodesign application for ocean planning.
Brad Allenby of Arizona State University presents the challenges in developing tools and frameworks for a planet that has been increasingly defined by human activities, technologies, values, and cultures.
Bern Szukalski of Esri demonstrates ArcGIS Online, its new capabilities, and how geodesign practitioners can benefit from using the software.
Keith Besserud of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill reviews computational tools used in architecture and how they apply in urban design.
Robert Matthews of the University of Washington presents the Decision Commons initiative for expanding the light rail system in the Puget Sound area.