Welcome back to Telecom GIS in Five Minutes. Here comes our 20th episode of the series.
I would love to start by saying thank you for all the supports from the telecom but not limited to the industry. Not matter you are a network engineer, Sales, marketing or project manager, and so on; we appreciate you for sharing your stories and help us continue to build better technologies, communicate and share these use cases with our fellow users.
As I mentioned before, we initiated the series for you, our users, and no matter what you do or how you contribute to building a more connected world. I am speaking directly and closely to you.
So now, in this episode, let's circle back and take a look at some highlights from the last nine episodes.
As we headed to June, Storm Season was the first thing that came to our mind. So we started with an episode to show you how we can leverage ArcGIS Python API and ArcGIS Notebook, to run manual or automatic geoprocessing tasks in ArcGIS Online, which is also just a snip shot of the potential from this use case. (Episode 11)
Then we released two episodes, focusing on what's possible, reimagining your network high-level design with multiple data models, including landscape, building, network, and city information model (Episode 12). And bring together those amazing features, to provide Executive insights via dashboard and reality captured with the final digital twins (Episode 13).
While in July, we host our Esri 2021 User Conference, once again in virtual format. And if you haven't watched the plenary session, we got you covered on those highlights in that episode, but please make sure to check them out since I think they are super informative and show the vision of how we can continue to use GIS to build a sustainable world (Episode 17).
And we spent four different episodes, talking about other scenarios, where data analysts or business operations could leverage the power of ArcGIS integration.
We started with ArcGIS for Power BI, which is a tool that enables you to map and visualize your data to help you uncover patterns and trends that are difficult to see in charts, tables, or spreadsheets (Episode 14).
With ArcGIS for Teams, you can transform teamwork with maps and applications in Microsoft Teams. The add-in is designed for providing seamless collaboration across an organization (Episode 15).
ArcGIS Maps for SharePoint gives you a new way to map, visualize, and search your Microsoft SharePoint content. It is a powerful, yet simple, way to add geographic context to lists via map visualizations built directly into SharePoint pages (Episode 16).
And one of my favorite integrations, ArcGIS Maps for Office uses the power of the ArcGIS mapping platform to enable Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint users within the industry to ask location-related questions of data, get new insights, and make smarter decisions (Episode 18).
In the last episode, we showcase how GeoEnrichment adds location intelligence to the data by providing facts about a location or an area. And this process enables you to answer questions about locations that you can't answer with maps alone. For example: What kind of people live here? What do people like to do in this area? What are their habits and lifestyles (Episode 19)?
Now, we are wrapping today's episode, and hopefully, this recap could help you find the one episode that you have missed out or you just want to watch it again to see if there were any new ideas.
And we are thrilled to see all these comments and suggestions regarding our future episodes, what do you want to hear and talk about, we got that on our list.
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Till the next time, we out.