Didn’t catch the live webinar streamed from the ESRIUC? No problem, enjoy this video archive – The Modern Drone Mapping Project – Choosing the Right Approach, presented by Woolpert as part of the LiDAR Magazine webinar series.
“The one about Glenn’s plans” – March, 2019 in Palm Springs, CA at the 2019 Esri DevSummit. On the final day, after a busy week at EPC and DevSummit, Glenn rolled solo on the way back to the Geo Pad and talked about gletham Communications.
You may not have been able to attend the Esri DevSummit this week in Palm Springs, however, you can watch the plenary video now. Also, stay tuned as more session videos will be released in the very near future.
Rolling to PSP airport after a busy week at Esri DevSummit. Join Neil, David and Glenn in this first Geogeeksincars filmed in a right-hand drive vehicle.
Didn’t manage to get to Palm Springs for DevSummit this year? No worries as Esri has you covered! Enjoy the videos from the event
Of interest via Insideevs… While Tesla continues to insist that it won’t switch over to LIDAR for its sensor system for Autopilot, the sightings of various manufacturer plate Tesla Model S electric cars seems to suggest something else.
The one where Glenn drives around the San Diego Gaslamp on Sunday afternoon with Esri Spatial Analysis Product Engineer, (think spatial statistics, space time pattern etc…) Lauren Bennett. If you’ve ever been lucky enough to attend a UC then there’s no doubt that you’ve been wow’d and impressed by Lauren by her Monday plenary session […]
The one where Glenn takes a ride with Tom Hasselbeck, former Esri staffer (#EXRI) and now with Hasselbeck Industries. Glenn and Tom chat about esriuc, San Diego life, his past life at Esri and his present life doing video and multi-media marketing for software companies, particularly involved in GeoTech.
The one where Glenn rolls around the San Diego Gaslamp district with Daniel Yaw Jr., a GIS user, Engineering and GIS technician who also functionally serves as the GIS coordinator at North Penn Water Authority (NPWA) located about 30 min outside Philadelphia in southeastern Pennsylvania.
The one where we talk about the state of geospatial marketing and the geospatial marketing industry survey.