Join us on February 16th and 17th 2021 to explore how new technologies and standards work best in hydrospatial systems, to organize data, create information products, and support decision-making anywhere and at any time through sensors, artificial intelligence, and experts far apart from each other.
This webinar will cover the following:
How to work with voxels and do multidimensional analysis
Taking advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data using software as a service (SaaS) for mapping and analytics
Interested in Satellite Derived Bathymetry in an Integrated Hydrospatial Workflow in ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Bathymetry?
Learn how combined capabilities of satellite derived bathymetry, produced within a modern hydrospatial infrastructure, provide up-to-date, accurate, and vital spatial information for coastal areas, where the seafloor is most dynamic to survey using marine vessels.
Topics covered include:
An overview of satellite derived bathymetry technology
The ArcGIS Pro toolbox workflow
Applications, and use cases
Bathymetric data management, product generation, and analysis
Our planet is swimming in data. What we sometimes lack is the information derived from data that can drive decisions.
A new collaboration between the UN, GEO Blue Planet, and Esri is using observations to drive better decision making and planning in support of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) brought special recognition to this project by awarding it the 2020 GEO Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Award for the Special Category, Collaboration to Keith VanGraafeiland (Esri), along with other team members.
A stunning storymap developed by the Esri Living Atlas Team in collaboration with its project partners at GEO Blue Planet, the United Nations Environment Programme, NOAA, and Plymouth Marine Laboratory, that is superbly interesting!!
During this forum, the growing community of weather, climate, and ocean science professionals gather online to share advances in data collection, analysis, and our understanding of metOcean interactions. Discuss how multidimensional data and web apps can put scientific information to work in your organization.
Consider the potential of sharing knowledge across these disciplines and collaborating with multiple stakeholders.
Be part of this growing community as it forges new and better concepts in ocean and atmospheric analytics and applications!!