Events & Training Roundup — November 2018

November 7, 2018 Anneliese Sanghara

Have you registered for the fall Esri Canada User Conference nearest you? When is the next Insights for ArcGIS webinar? Get a snapshot of upcoming events and training courses in the November Events & Training Roundup.

Esri Canada User Conferences (Fall)

Vancouver User Conference
Vancouver, BC
November 8 – Vancouver Convention Centre

Montréal User Conference
Montréal, QC
November 15 – Hyatt Regency Montréal

St. John’s User Conference
St. John’s, NL
November 20 – Delta Hotels St. John’s Conference Centre

Why should you join the 4,000+ geographic information system (GIS) professionals who attend the Esri Canada User Conference across the country each year? Hear the reasons directly from the people whose opinions matter the most: our attendees and exhibitors. Learn more and register at esri.ca/uc/2018

View the past proceedings

Developer Events

GeoDev Meetup ­— Vancouver
Vancouver, BC
Nov. 7 — Steamworks Brewing Co.

Industry Events

GIS Day
Across Canada
Nov. 14 – Various Locations

Conferences & Tradeshows

BIT18 - Bring IT, Together!
Niagara Falls, ON
Nov. 6-8 – Scotiabank Convention Centre

CODS18 - 2018 Canadian Open Data Summit
Niagara Falls, ON
Nov. 7-9 – Fallsview Casino Resort

Geomatics Atlantic 2018
Halifax, NS
Nov. 14-15 – Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites

CUTA Annual Conference and Canadian Transit Show 2018
Toronto, ON
Nov. 18-21 – Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Esri Canada Webinars

New Intelligence Configuration for ArcGIS Pro (ICAP) Desktop
November 22, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Join us as we explore the new Intelligence Configuration for ArcGIS Pro (ICAP), a customized GIS desktop environment that helps intelligence analysts deliver mission critical location intelligence faster and more efficiently.

Discover the Power of Analytics with Insights for ArcGIS
November 29, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
The ability for an organization to leverage their tabular or spatial data is critical in gaining an understanding of what is happening in their organization. In this webinar, we’ll show how Insights for ArcGIS empowers users to achieve this knowledge by exploring their data with mapping and analytical tools.

Governance for GIS
December 6, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Are you providing the right level of oversight into your GIS investment? In this webinar, we’ll discuss the processes and responsibilities required for effective GIS governance.

I Didn’t Know You Could Do That!
December 13, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Have you ever been working with a piece of software and stumbled across some functionality that you didn’t know existed? Back by popular demand, staff in a variety of roles at Esri Canada will share tips and tricks they’ve learned about ArcGIS software that you probably didn’t know existed.

View recorded webinars

Esri Webinars

Public Safety Webinar Series

Building a GIS Framework for Next Generation 911 – The Roanoke County Experience
November 14, 9 – 10 am (PT)

The 3 Keys to Disaster Readiness: Scalability, Availability and Capability
November 15, 9 – 10 am (PT)

New Tools for Automating Crime & Calls for Service – Geocoding & Layer Publishing in ArcGIS
December 6, 9 – 10 am (PT)

Training

ArcGIS Enterprise: Configuring a Base Deployment
Learn how to install and configure an ArcGIS Enterprise base deployment to enable individuals to securely access, create and share geospatial resources to boost collaboration and gain location-based insights. You will learn how to license and install the four software components of a base deployment and ensure system security and performance.

ArcGIS for Server: Site Configuration and Administration
This course teaches how to successfully plan, deploy, configure and manage an ArcGIS for Server system that enables GIS content sharing across the enterprise. You will explore the ArcGIS for Server architecture and practice applying recommended workflows to configure ArcGIS for Server sites and manage GIS services, applications, data and users. Techniques and best practices to ensure system performance and security are emphasized.

Using LiDAR Data in ArcGIS for Desktop
This course explores the techniques and functionalities available to optimize the use of LiDAR data with ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop. Participants will learn how to integrate and manage LiDAR point cloud data with LAS, TIN and mosaic datasets as well as how to visualize and perform analysis in 2D/3D with the tools available with the ArcGIS for Desktop 3D Analyst extension. By developing LiDAR data management strategies with ArcGIS, participants will be able to help support the decision-making process in their organization.

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About the Author

Anneliese Sanghara

Anneliese Sanghara is a Marketing Communications Coordinator with Esri Canada. As part of this role, she reviews and develops content for the company’s various marketing channels and provides support for several communications programs. Along with her Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, Anneliese attained a Master of Professional Communication from Ryerson University. Her many teachers and mentors sparked her passion for strategy, writing and design. In her spare time, Anneliese enjoys exploring the city, honing her culinary skills and volunteering.

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