Events Within The #ESRIUC Event – 10 Suggested Stops For Your Agenda

Planning your agenda for the week-long Esri user conference is no simple task – Tuesday alone there are more than 450 options! To help you along, here’s 10 items that you might want to consider adding to your agenda.

Geodatabase Design and Modeling SIG event
Have you planned out your agenda yet for the ESRIUC? If so (or not) you might wish to consider this noon-hour SIG of interest to those that want to help shape the future of  Geodatabase Design and Modeling – Wednesday, July 13th from 12pm to 1pm. See more event information at http://spatialdba.com/

LightSquared Issue at Survey Summit-ACSM Annual Conference
The LightSquared Forum will be held Sunday, July 10, from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Scheduled speakers include Peter Large, vice president of Trimble and representative of the Coalition to Save Our GPS, and Jeff Carlisle, executive vice president of regulatory affairs at LightSquared.

Tech Keynote – A New Pattern for Implementing GIS
Clint Brown, Esri Director of Product Engineering will once again offer his technical keynote and his insights on engineering the Esri product solution suite (Tuesday, 10:30 AM)

Technical Workshops –  What’s Next in ArcGIS 10.1
Here’s your chance to hear from the experts and the product development team and provide your input on future releases, and updates. Get the complete low-down on

ArcGIS in the Cloud
Everyone is buzzing about the Cloud. Discover how deploying and leveraging ArcGIS services in the cloud can realize improved efficiency, data access, and cost savings

Monday Plenary – Stay All Day!
Listen to Jack Dangermond and special presentations in the afternoon by Prominent scientist and environmental leader Jacqueline McGlade, PhD explains how just one degree of temperature change impacts the Earth. Timothy T. Schilling and Michele Adesir-Schilling. They will share how working with the community, using rational decision making, and leveraging available natural resources

Pre-Conference seminars (Sunday)
Of interest: Introduction to ArcGIS Server Hands-On Seminar; Esri Technical Certification: Skills Review for ArcGIS Desktop Professional Hands-On Seminar
Developing Mobile Applications Using the ArcGIS API for iOS Hands-On Seminar

Conference agenda mobile edition on the UC Backchannel app

Special Open Summit un-conference for GIS Managers
The GIS Managers’ Open Summit is an unconference event designed for IT and GIS managers and other decision makers attending the Esri UC. The summit offers opportunities to engage in conversations with peers on topics that relate to business efficiencies, ROI, managing data, and more.

What’s New in MrSID – On Wednesday, July 13 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Imagery Island Demo Theater in Exhibit Hall C, Jon Skiffington, director of product management, will give a presentation titled "What’s New in MrSID Generation 4 (MG4) Recall LizardTech has just this weekl announced ExpressServer 7 

ESRI Regional User Group Social being held Tuesday, July 12, 5:30-7:00 PM on the beautiful West Terrace Upper Level of the San Diego Convention Center. Sponsored by Ashtech booth # 2707

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