Want to know how you can use geodatabase for asset management? Wondering where the fall User Conferences are happening? Get a snapshot of upcoming events and training courses in the June Events & Training Roundup.
Esri Canada User Conferences (Fall)
Montréal User Conference
September 19 - Palais des congrès de Montréal
Edmonton User Conference
September 24 - EXPO Centre
Toronto User Conference
October 8 to 9 - Toronto Congress Centre
Ottawa User Conference
October 16 - Ottawa Convention Centre
Vancouver User Conference
October 22 - Vancouver Convention Centre
Halifax User Conference
November 5 to 6 - Halifax Convention Centre
Regina User Conference
November 14 - Delta Regina
St. John’s User Conference
St. John's, NL
November 20 - Delta Hotels St. John's Conference Centre
Did you miss the spring User Conferences? View the proceedings
Conferences & Tradeshows
Esri International User Conference
San Diego, CA
July 8 to 12 – San Diego Convention Center
Esri Canada Webinars
Maintenance and asset management for small to mid-sized municipalities
June 18, 1-2 pm (ET)
Smaller municipalities have all the asset types that need to be maintained but with fewer resources. Esri Canada’s Workforce Starter Solution has been developed to provide you with a cost-effective way to move from a paper-based system to one that will empower the field worker and provide managers with information to make better and more timely decisions.
Taking the Fear Out of Change: Immediate Benefits of Switching to ArcGIS Pro
June 20, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Great things never come from comfort zones. With ArcGIS Pro, day-to-day tasks suddenly become faster, outputs become prettier and new opportunities become available. In this session, we’ll share migration tips for making an easy transition from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro. Attendees will hear an honest perspective on differences between the two applications and all that can be accomplished once you have migrated. We want to make you feel comfortable with the software and show you new functionality including how to do customization, visualizing in 3D and seamlessly interacting with ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise. We know a transition like this is intimidating, but we’re here to help and we’re excited to show you how much you’ll gain by moving to ArcGIS Pro.
Location Matters: Introducing Location Tracking for ArcGIS
July 25, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Knowing the real-time location of your mobile workers is a benefit to any organization that has staff in the field. Location tracking is a new system-wide capability that gives mobile users the ability to share their location while going about their work. These locations are stored in your ArcGIS organization and can be made available to other apps to gain meaningful insight into the location behavior of your workforce. In this webinar, you will learn how to enable and use the new location tracking capability in ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7 (ArcGIS Online support will be coming later this year).
Enabling Third-Party Data Feeds in Your GSOC
9 – 10 am (PT)
Real-Time Situational Awareness
9 – 10 am (PT)
Building a National PSAP Boundary and Contact Registry
9 – 10 am (PT)
Delve Into the Latest Tools for the Analyst in this Update to the Crime Analysis Solution
9 – 10 am (PT)
Road Network Management Workshop - Calgary
June 12 - Delta Hotels by Marriott Calgary Downtown
Organizations depend on physical infrastructure assets to provide services. At a high level, this course demonstrates how the ArcGIS platform provides a location-centric foundation for asset management. This platform enables you to maintain accurate, accessible data; analyze that data to make sound, evidence-based decisions and dynamically engage your organization and stakeholders to determine how best to deliver services. The focus of this course is to provide an overview of geodatabase functionality in the context of asset management.
ArcGIS Utility Network Management, an extension to ArcGIS Enterprise, provides robust tools to model, visualize, edit and analyze complex utility networks. This course—for GIS professionals who need to maintain, analyze or manage electric, gas or water networks—provides a comprehensive overview of the utility network architecture, configuration and functionalities. Learn about the latest capabilities that organizations can leverage to better manage network assets, minimize network disruptions and quickly respond to outages.
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