Esri & The Science of Where
Katharine Hayhoe, co-director of the Climate Center at Texas Tech University, discusses the importance of data analytics and visualization in describing complex phenomena.
Oceanographer and Esri Chief Scientist Dawn Wright explains the ocean's role in sustaining life and business continuity.
Meteorologist and climate expert Dr. Marshall Shepherd advocates a rational approach to climate change and the global systemic challenges of our time.
Dr. Lauren Gardner, engineering professor and co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, discusses the origin of the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard and how it evolved into a real-time tool to monitor and respond to the
Esri Chief Scientist Dawn Wright discusses location technology as a scientific ally in the fight against climate change and pandemic threats.
Ryan Lanclos, Esri Director of Public Safety Solutions, explains how location technology is changing the dynamics of the fight against COVID-19 by accelerating digital transformation.
Este Geraghty, Chief Medical Officer and Health Solutions Director at Esri, discusses emerging practices and policies that are equipping the world to intelligently respond to pandemic threats.
Naftali Honig, anti-poaching information coordinator from African Parks, discusses the use of aerial imagery and location technology to monitor Africa's endangered mammals and save them from extinction.
Sean O’Brien, president and CEO of NatureServe, discusses the necessity of data-driven decision making in conservation.
Mattias Wallin, geospatial data scientist at John Deere, discusses the value of data science in solving business problems.