For one week in one place, you’ll have everything Esri at your fingertips at the 2012 Esri International User Conference. It’s the ultimate event for anyone working with GIS. The breadth and depth of sessions for all types of professionals, the opportunities for hands-on learning, and the many ways to cultivate skills and relationships make it a must attend—bar none.
Attend the 2012 Esri International User Conference to:
• Find out everything you need to know about ArcGIS 10, from productivity and sharing to spatial analysis and imagery.
• See how to best leverage your current GIS investments.
• Learn from people like you who are tackling challenges similar to your own.
• Get updates and direction that will help your organization make better decisions.
• Gain tips, tricks, and tools to launch, update, and enhance your GIS projects.
• Connect with Esri staff including product and industry specialists, instructors, and the technical support experts.
• Hear straight from Jack Dangermond, Esri president.
Be part of an inspired global community striving to design a better world.
The Esri International User Conference is an annual gathering that attracts hundreds of GIS users from the public and private sectors including government leaders, economists, health care providers, and educators; IT, utility, infrastructure, and public safety professionals; and others who use spatial information and analysis to be successful and create opportunities in their organizations and communities.
The 2012 Esri International User Conference will be held in San Diego, California at the San Diego Convention Center from July 23-27, 2012.
111 W Harbor Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101
All Esri technology users are encouraged to attend the UC. And many users have registration fees covered by maintenance. Visitors range from new users of Esri’s GIS software to seasoned GIS professionals, to decision makers and business owners. The event spans industries and borders.
Geography connects our many cultures and societies and influences our way of life. Esri is built on the philosophy that a geographic approach to problem solving ensures better communication and collaboration.
Geographic information system (GIS) technology leverages this geographic insight to address social, economic, business, and environmental concerns at local, regional, national, and global scales.