Esri & The Science of Where
Conservation social scientist Dr. Meredith Gore explains how data and community-building are helping conservationists more strategically address poaching and natural resource theft.
Wendy Keyes, Senior Data Scientist for the Spatial Data Science and Big Data Analytics Team at Esri, explains how today’s explosion in spatial data gives businesses a competitive edge.
Anne Shaw, Executive Director at Transport for West Midlands, discusses the impact of geospatial technology in meeting the challenges of public transportation.
Allie Kelly, Executive Director at The Ray, talks about the advantage of using geospatial technology in the planning and design of sustainable roads and highways.
Joel Glaze, global real estate optimization lead at ExxonMobil, explains how a geographic approach helps ExxonMobil uncover hidden value in its real estate portfolio.
Nick Okafor, social justice advocate and instructor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Office of Engineering Outreach Programs, explains how mapping and spatial analysis are being used to tackle social inequality.
Paul Cooper, Chief Information Officer at the Arbor Day Foundation, discusses the powerful environmental and economic benefits of wide-scale tree planting.
Mark Anderson, Director of Conservation Science for the Nature Conservancy’s Center for Resilient Conservation Science, discusses the latest findings on climate change-resilient ecosystems.
Natalie Stirrat, Technical Director at Arcadis, a global design, engineering and management consulting company based in the Netherlands, explains the role location technology is playing in the sweeping overhaul of infrastructure taking place in the US and
Jerry Johnston, Managing Director at Deloitte & Touche LLP, explains how businesses and governments are combining geography, analytics, and location technology to look at vital parts of our everyday world and create smarter systems.