Esri Science Symposium, Jurassic Park Movie Maps, Defense and Intelligence

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Jurassic Park + GIS = AWESOME Apps - Derek Law, Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS

Jurassic Park + GIS Apps


Did you know that Disney uses Esri GIS technology in their movies? At the 2017 User Conference Plenary, Walt Disney Animation Studios presented how City Engine is used to design animal-scaled cityscapes in their films such as the animated Disney movie, Zootopia. This week Derek Law shared links to a great StoryMap by Sergio Domenech for the Jurassic Park movies. Check it out >>


Esri User Conference Behind-the-Scenes: The Science Symposium - Charlotte Papp, User Conference 

Learn about the history of the Esri Science Symposium, who can join, and how you can join the 3rd annual Esri Science Symposium hosted by Dawn Wright at the User Conference this year.  Read more >>



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Changing your GeoNet Landing Page

When you visit the GeoNet Community, you typically land on the home page. Did you know you have the option to change your GeoNet landing page? Read more>>



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Defense and Intelligence

The Defense and Intelligence group has moved to a Space and is now available for all to follow. Learn how to use the ArcGIS platform to integrate data, sensors, and activities for decision-making and mission success in the Defense and Intelligence community. Check it out >>


Featured Discussion

Blog discussion: Increase efficiency going offline and syncing - Kylie Donia, Esri Staff in Collector for ArcGIS

Kylie opened a discussion on a shared blog with tips to help increase efficiency going offline and syncing in Collector. Your feedback about the blog is greatly appreciated. Read the blog and join the conversation. Post your comment >>





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