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ESRI International User Conference 2002 -
The year's largest GIS Conference is scheduled
to take place July 7-12, 2002 in beautiful San
Diego, CA. Be sure to take a look at the
conference brochure (PDF). Remember, the second annual ESRI
Education User Conference (EdUC) is scheduled for July 5-7, 2002 -
immediately before the UC.
Do you have news, reports, or information from the ESRI User Conference to share with the GIS Community?
ArcIMS 4.0 explained at the ESRI UC
Images from the Thursday night Oktoberfest Celebration
Images from the show floor
A look at ArcReader
What's New in ArcGIS 8.3
Images from Monday & Tuesday
Report from Day 2 - Monday July 8
Report from Day 1 - Sunday July 7
Pre-Conference Feature - Reminders & Things ToDo!
ESRI UC Exhibitor Profiles - who's showing what?
Exhibitors - submit your details
UC POLL #1
The International ESRI User conference is not only about ESRI and the latest product offerings, it's also about rewarding ESRI users for outstanding contributions and innovations.
Cynthia Moss & Harvey Croze were recognized for their work with the Amboseli elephant research project.
Al Leidner of the city of New York recognized for his efforts in rebuilding the GIS infrastructure after the tragedy on 9/11/2001
Gil Grosvenor of the National Geographic Society was awarded ESRI's lifetime achievement award. He has been determined to see that geography is well taught in all schools.
ESRI to Provide GIS Software Component of NIMA
Commercial Joint Mapping Toolkit Contract
Safe Software Adds ArcGIS Plug-in -- FME extension
expands ArcGIS interoperability
Next Generation of Sourcebook•America Introduced at
ESRI’s International Distributors Stage User Conferences
City of Richardson, Texas, to Deploy Integrated
ArcGIS/Document Management System
GDT Partners With ESRI To Provide North American
Coverage for ArcLogistics Route and Geography Network
3Dconnexion and ESRI Join Forces for Superior
3D GIS Navigation
SAS and ESRI Team Up to Deliver Market-Leading Spatial
Organizations Select GDT Data to Build Community-Based
Efforts with ESRI's ArcIMS Route Server Extension
Ordnance Survey takes to the field With ESRI and Tadpole
NovaLIS Technologies to release Parcel Editor 8 for ArcMap
Voice-Insight Releases Voice Assistant for ArcPad Voice-Enabled Technology
NavCom Teams with SIGSA to Introduce Dual-Language GIS Solution
Approximately 11,000 GIS professionals from around the world
will get together in beautiful San Diego, California, for the Twenty Second International ESRI User Conference July 7-12, 2002. Hey Exhibitors... what are you showing off at this year's event? Please tell us about the products, services, and other offerings that you are exhibiting at the show. Tell us what's hot, what's new, and why attendees MUST visit your booth. Oh yeah, we want to know what kind of freebies or contests you plan on hosting as well.
Submit Details Here
ESRI Telecom Summit Free!
Sunday, July 7th, Room 28A, San Diego Convention Center
Please join ESRI in San Diego for the 1st annual ESRI Telecom Summit to be held in the San Diego Convention Center on July 7th, 2002. This meeting is for all ESRI
users in the telecommunications field, regardless of network type or department. Our users reflect the full spectrum of telecom professionals, from geomarketing managers
to radio frequency engineers, and this will be a rare chance to communicate with them all.
My Community, Our Earth: A Global Showcase of GIS for Sustainable Development Special Exhibit
SDCC, Ballroom 20, Upper Level
This exhibit will showcase the efforts of many GIS professionals who have been working toward solutions for sustainable development. The centerpiece of this event will be the secondary and university student exhibits of the “My Community, Our Earth: Geographic Learning for Sustainable Development” project (www.geography.org/sustainable). This project was organized by the National Geographic Society, Association of American Geographers, the United Nations Environment Programme, and ESRI. Sponsors include USAID, U.S. Dept. of State, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ESRI, ERDAS, U.S. Forest Service, Inter-American Development Bank, 3M Corporation, etc.
Amboseli Elephant Research Project, Kenya, Special Exhibit
SDCC, Ballroom 20, Upper Level
Our Keynote Speaker, Ms. Cynthia Moss, the founder and director of the Amboseli Elephant Research Project, will be in this special exhibit area on Monday evening to show everyone some of the detailed work she has been doing over the past 30 years with the elephants in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Along with her longtime friend, Dr. Harvey Croze, former director of the United Nations Environment Programme/Global Resources Information Database (UNEP/GRID) in Nairobi. Come see the amazing results of her work and learn more about the fascinating life of elephants!
Previous ESRI UC Coverage!
SpatialNews at ESRI UC 2001
Images from 2001
SpatialNews at ESRI UC 2000
SpatialNews at ESRI UC 1999