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Just over a month ago, we opened the door to a new tool that provides the Mining industry with immeasurable amounts of information and technical support for ArcGIS at all levels of the platform. 


Got a question? Send it to our technical staff by placing it right into the question area on the right-hand side of the home page or on the Content tab.


Looking for a more involved discussion about industry-specific challenges? Start a discussion with the other mining users on the page. Or check out conversations others have already started - you may just find what you're looking for!


You can also find our educational webinars and links to the Esri Mining page right here on GeoNet! 



Need information on specific products? You can find just about everything you need by searching GeoNet. Here's just a few I think you might like:


This Space was designed with you, our users, in mind and we invite you to make it yours through comments, asking questions and suggesting additional content. 

The 2018 UC is just around the corner and we are excited to welcome many active members of the Esri Mining GIS community. Throughout the UC week, users from different disciplines and all over the world, will come together to discuss What’s Next in GIS, the theme of the conference.


To kick things off, Esri President and Founder, Jack Dangermond, brings inspiration to the stage and takes the audience on a journey through GIS capability and applicability - through demonstrations by Esri staff and featured guest presenters; such as J.D. Irving’s integrated forestry supply chain, the City of Boston’s urban planning, and James & Deborah Fallows 100,000-mile journey into the heart of America. In the afternoon we are honored to host Juan Enriquez, recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on the economic and political impacts of life sciences, as he explores of the intersection of how we design our places and ourselves.


Then, throughout the week, attendees can choose from over 1,000 technical and user presentations, learn and expand their knowledge of ArcGIS capabilities with more than 450 hours of offered training, interact with over 300 exhibitors, and network and share ideas within an integrated GIS community that spans the globe. Whether you are attending this year’s conference for the first time or the 20th, you can find a wealth of knowledge to some on the most challenging GIS questions, direct from Jack and senior Esri leadership, on the User Conference Q&A web page. 


As a member of the Mining GIS Community, we have sessions customized around workflows important to you, a special interest group meeting for you to collaborate with your peers, maps designed to share stories, and an evening social for you to network with your peers.


We look forward to seeing everyone next week.

Safe travels,

Geoff Wade

Esri - Mining Community Liaison.

Welcome and thanks for joining the Esri Mining group on GeoNet! To get started we invite you to first review the group features on the overview page and familiarize yourself with the group info, admins and GeoNet 101 information in the right column.


As you explore the group, you’ll also find tools to connect and collaborate so we encourage you to use them to share files, create blogs, ask/answer questions and read the latest blogs posts and join discussions.


We invite you to join the new Mining GeoNet space and utilize it as a resource to expand your GIS knowledge, discover user success stories, ask questions and get answers, share your work, and connect with other Esri customers and partners in the Mining industry. GeoNet is Esri’s online community where more than 258,000 Esri users (customers, distributors, partner and staff) are connecting to work better, share ideas and find valuable solutions.


To join GeoNet for the first time, follow these steps and then come back to the Mining space to join the conversation and get updates from the PUG conference. If you already have a GeoNet account, you can login and go directly to the Mining space.