The Science of Where: Run Cities Smarter using Location Technology

May 8, 2018 · Brooklyn, United States of America

This workshop is part of Smart Cities New York 2018. Once you register to SCNY18, use the code you received in your confirmation email to register for any of our workshops. You cannot sign up for workshops without registering for Smart Cities New York 2018.


ABSTRACT

The world’s cities are increasingly being challenged to find new ways to solve problems and support smart city initiatives, and the rapid growth of available digital data holds many answers. But in order to unlock the full potential of this data to solve problems, the power of location is critical. The science of geography and the technology of GIS helps cities integrate, analyze and understand all types of data through a common visual language. In this session, learn about future-focused technologies that cities are using today, like real-time data analytics, beautifully interactive 3D maps, innovative collaboration platforms and spatially-enabled machine learning techniques. Real-world examples and demonstrations will bring these concepts to life, and show attendees what is possible now using The Science of Where.



FACILITATOR


Christian Carlson
Director of State and Government Sales
Esri

Christian Carlson has been with Esri for 17 years and currently serves as the director of state and local government sales. He has degrees in economics and geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder and an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


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