The GeoPlanner development team will be working in the Convention Center main Expo hall in the Apps and 3D areas. Stop by to meet the team, ask questions, and share your comments about GeoPlanner, Planning, Green Infrastructure and Geodesign.
Here’s a list of GeoPlanner sessions at the UC:
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS: An Introduction - Get an introduction to GeoPlanner as a lightweight-easy to use web app that enables you to quickly propose, visualize, and test ideas. This session will cover analysis, design and scenario comparison so you can understand GeoPlanner’s effectiveness in planning across different industries.
Living Atlas for Green Infrastructure – This combined Living Atlas – GeoPlanner session will help you learn to plan with green infrastructure. You’ll also see how GeoPlanner can create landscape inventories and environmental screening reports so you can understand your natural asset base and visualize growth capacity.
GeoPlanner: Performing Suitability Analysis – Learn about suitability modeling in GeoPlanner. This powerful analytical technique allows you to classify, weight and combine different layers to create results that reveal risk or opportunities in an area. GeoPlanner’s suitability modeling framework is now available in the Web AppBuilder.
GeoPlanner: Create, Analyze, and Report on Alternative Planning Scenarios - This session covers GeoPlanner examples including land use, re-zoning and green infrastructure planning. Presenters focus on a complete, easy-to-use, web-based planning approach that seeks to envision, update, and engage.
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS: Configuring for Use in Your Organization - Learn how to customize and create GeoPlanner templates so you can work with indicators, symbols, attributes and default values that are specific to your planning practice or domain.
GeoPlanner will be featured in Exhibit Hall B1 in the ArcGIS Apps for the Office section. It will also be featured in the 3D section.
Don't forget that you can try GeoPlanner for free! If you don’t have a license, follow these instructions on how to access a free trial. Click on the link.
Search the UC Agenda and review the User Conference Home Page for more information. Stop by the sessions and exhibitions to learn, ask questions, and meet some of our team members. We look forward to seeing you at the UC!