The Esri User Conference has many virtual presentations and sessions with hundreds of topics covered. To help you find your way to the oceans and maritime related sessions and events, we have prepared a more focused agenda.
*Pleaseregister as a full-access attendee to watch sessions and participate in the virtual expo at Esri UC 2020!
Maritime Organizations Start Here Showcase
Booth ID: SH-09-03 (Use the Booth ID toChat or Schedule a Meeting with an Expert!)
(Located in the National Mapping, Charting and Official Statistics area, as well as in the Mapping, Cartography and Visualization area)
Tuesday, July 147:30 AM–9:40 AM and 11:10 AM–3:50 PM PDT
Wednesday, July 157:30 AM–9:40 AM and 11:10 AM–3:50 PM PDT
Maritime industry is key to a Nation’s Blue Economy which relies on maritime and bathymetric information to sustain and fuel growth. Esri's solutions revolutionize organizational modernization and automation by providing tools to manage, produce, and share information using ArcGIS.
ArcGIS Maritime provides capabilities to generate a wide variety of online services on-demand from maritime content in support of Marine SDI and data dissemination requirements while ArcGIS Bathymetry geo-enables your bathymetric data for better decision-making and problem solving.
Commercial ship crews saw this shift coming, but the announcement created a backlash with recreational boaters.
With the overlap and many scales, the original raster chart set has a great deal of duplication. It takes a lot of work to find and update any feature. If a navigation buoy is repositioned, for instance, its new location has to be marked on all the charts where it appears—at all scales and accounting for all overlaps.
Esri Industry Expert Steve Snow digs deeper into the past, present and future of Charting in this ArcGIS Blog.
Increase the value of your bathymetric data using modern tools!!
Management of bathymetric data for navigational depths and under keel clearance is critical for a port's operations and competitiveness.
This webinar highlights how you can leverage your bathymetric data for better analysis and planning of your berths and harbor terminals and how this information can become a vital component of your port's digital information strategy for success.
ArcGIS Maritime Senior Consultant Rafael Ponce is currently attending the International Hydrographic Organization's MSDI working group.
As the Federal Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (BSH) plays an excellent host, the symposium is establishing the guidelines and exchanging experiences in implementing MSDIs, the future (and present) of hydrographic offices moving from product makers (charts) to authoritative hydrographic data providers, effectively bringing sea and land together for its broad use, leveraging the advantages of S-100, and redefining how these agencies should be in the coming decade.
Location intelligence (LI) is achieved via visualization and analysis of geospatial data to empower understanding, insight, decision-making, and prediction. By adding layers of data—such as demographics, traffic, and weather—to a smart map, organizations gain location intelligence as they understand why things happen where they do.
A geographic information system (GIS) is a framework for gathering, managing, and analyzing data. Rooted in the science of geography, GIS integrates many types of data. It analyzes spatial location and organizes layers of information into visualizations using maps and 3D scenes. With this unique capability, GIS reveals deeper insights into data, such as patterns, relationships, and situations—helping users make smarter decisions.
ArcGIS for Maritime: Bathymetry provides a port with a bathymetry management solution. Using metadata associated with survey data, ports can develop a seamless surface for pilots to better understand where they can navigate safely and for channel development to design and plan dredging and maintenance activities.
This stunning Story Map created by ArcGIS for Maritime's Caitlyn Raines, will further elucidate the ways in which ports are using Esri Maritime technology, and what the future holds!
The Colombian Navy, Maritime Directorate (DIMAR) has created a Marine SDI portal, this is a fluvial, coastal and Maritime service, connecting authoritative information to the community.
Using Esri technology to enable spatial information management through analysis and dissemination tools.
DIMAR made this MSDI their "system of systems" that empowers the Colombian Maritime community to easily access and use their information, including Bathymetry, an Electronic Navigational Charts catalog and virtual store, oceanographic and meteorological data, Maritime traffic and much more.
Head over to the DIMAR website to navigate, and browse through this rich repository of information!
*Language by our ArcGIS for Maritime SME - Rafael Ponce. Images courtesy DIMAR.
Come join us to explore innovations in Maritime Charting, and get registered at the EsriFederal GIS Conference happening in Washington, DC.
We're meeting on Wednesday, February 12th at 02:45 pm EST to talk about the latest information about Maritime Charting, processing workflows, and most importantly network with colleagues across the industry!
On Monday February 24, 2020, several workshops will be offered at the CHC Hydrography 2020 conference. Please click on the link below to have more information.
For your convenience, workshops registration is integrated to the registration process. As the number of attendees are limited, we strongly suggest you to book your place at the same time as you register for the CHC 2020 conference workshops.
Esri Seminar: Hydrographic Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning using ArcGIS
Presented by Esri Monday February 24, 2020, from 9:00 to 12:00, Québec City Convention Centre
Please join Esri in an AI Deep Learning 3-hour instructor led Maritime seminar on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in ArcGIS. By attending this event you will learn to use and automate machine-based object detection using convolutional neural networks in ArcGIS to solve real-world problems. How to use Deep Learning Marine Training Datasets with ArcGIS Pro, an overview of the ArcGIS Pro Deep Learning toolset, ArcGIS for Maritime Bathymetry, and the Object Detection Geoprocessing capabilities in ArcGIS Pro, and creation of AI Geoprocessing Services.
Esri Maritime Workshop: Visualization Using Web Services of Charting, Bathymetry, and Deep Learning Outputs
Presented by Esri Monday February 24, 2020, from 13:30 to 16:30, Québec City Convention Centre
Please Join Esri in Instructor led, 3-hour Maritime hands-on training. This training will cover working with AI and Deep Learning outputs with ArcGIS for Maritime Charting, ArcGIS Maritime Server, 3D visualization Services for Raster’s and Bathymetric Point Clouds via web services. This workshop is a bring your own device hands-on training.
Dell Precision laptop 7500, 64-bit, 32 GB RAM, 1 terabyte hard drive, Intel i7 CPU at 2.7 GH, Microsoft Windows 10, and a NVIDIA M6000 QUADRO video card.
The WMM.COF file is used to calculate the current compass rose values for magnetic variation (MAGVAR) point features when the compass rose display property is enabled. If the WWM.COF file is outdated, it will not load into the system and the values from the MAGVAR point feature are used.
Once downloaded, copy the WMM.COF file to your <ArcGIS Server Installation Directory>\MaritimeServer\Server<version>\maritimechartservice\controlfiles folder.
Next, you must copy the WMM.COF file to each of your Maritime Chart Service deployments and restart the associated map service.
All configuration files are under your controlFilesDirectory location, which is typically <Installation path>:\arcgisserver\directories\maritimeserver\maritimechartservice.