Inaugural ESRI remote sensing and GIS summit

first_imgThis inaugural meeting is to explore integrated management and use of vector, image, and other raster data. International speakers will share experiences with using remotely sensed data in geospatial production and maintenance. National mapping agencies, state and local government, explorers and university educators are among the groups that will attend the 2008 ESRI Remote Sensing and GIS Summit being held August 3 and hosted in conjunction with the 2008 ESRI International User Conference (ESRI UC) at the San Diego Convention Center in California. The summit will cover the exponential growth in the availability of remotely sensed imagery and how to effectively collect, manage, produce, and exploit the data.Speakers from the international community of geographic information system (GIS) data users will address the attendees. David Zilkoski, director of the National Geodetic Survey of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), will explore the importance of remotely sensed data as well as managing America’s National Spatial Reference System.ESRI chief scientist Dr. David Maguire will welcome attendees and discuss ESRI’s vision for managing rapidly expanding catalogs of imagery and other raster data easily and efficiently with the ArcGIS family of products.“With today’s large volumes and varieties of data, enterprise solutions require the integrated management of various forms of raster and vector data in a GIS,” says Mark Cygan, Map, Chart, and Data Production Industry Solutions Manager, ESRI. “ESRI’s robust ArcGIS technology enables our users to manage this geospatial data through standards-based, service-oriented architecture enterprise solutions.”For more information about the summit, as well as the ESRI UC, visit www.esri.com/uc. Since 1969, ESRI has been giving customers around the world the power to think and plan geographically. The market leader in GIS, ESRI software is used in more than 300,000 organisations worldwide. ESRI applications, running on more than one million desktops and thousands of Web and enterprise servers, provide the backbone for the world’s mapping and spatial analysis. ESRI says it “is the only vendor that provides complete technical solutions for desktop, mobile, server, and Internet platforms.”last_img read more

GOLDEN LEAGUE 2017 – Day 1 France smash Poland – Denmark beat

Day 1 of the Golden League 2017 is held in Denmark. France beat Poland 29:15 easily, while host team outplayed Norway 24:19 (12:9).France – Poland 29:15 (14:8)France: Gerard, Meyer – Lenne 5, Remili 3 (1/1), Lagarde 1 (1/1), Mem 2, N. Karabatić, Mahe, Accambray 1, Sorhaindo 1, Guigou 1 (0/1), L. Karabatić, Fabregas 2, Dipanda 4, Porte 1, Tournat, N’guessan 3, Nahi 5 (1/2)Poland: Wyszomirski – Krajewski 1, Chrapkowski 2, Potoczny, M. Gębala 2, Paczkowski 1, Daszek 1 (1/2), Łangowski 1, Przybylski 2, Moryto 3 (1/1), T. Gębala, Czuwara, Szyba, Syprzak 2, Walczak ← Previous Story 12 referees pairs nominated for Men’s EHF EURO 2018 Next Story → Tough battle without winners at Stozice read more