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2016-7 Jack Dangermond: Smart GIS Enabling Smarter Water Management
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Time: September 8, 2016

Lecturer: Jack Dangermond (Co-founder and CEO, Environmental Systems Research Institute)

Report: Smart GIS enabling smarter water management

Contents:
    - Our world is evolving (massive digital transformation)
    - GIS and mapping becoming essential
    - Our world increasingly challenged
    - GIS provides framework and process for enabling a smarter world
    - GIS for environmentla monitoring and assessment
    - GIS for planning and managing natural resources
    - GIS for preparing for and responding to disasters
    - Case study: NOAA, New Jersey Transit Authority
    - GIS becoming an enterprise platform
    - Web GIS
    - GIS getting smarter (integrating and leveraging innovations)
    - Smart GIS integrates real-time data, image processing, advanced analytics, smart mapping and visualization, advanced spatial analysis, big data
    - Case study: CAL OES, Landsat Look
    - Smart GIS applications
    - Smart GIS integrates everything and connects everyone
    - Smart GIS revolutionizing how we plan and design
    - Smart GIS engaging communities, enabling new collaboration

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