Presentation by: Brian Baldwin, Esri
Abstract: GIS is no longer about creating static maps (well… unless you want to). With ArcGIS Online users can connect to thousands of authoritative real-time datasets, analyze this data, modify symbology, and then configure custom applications. This session will demonstrate some of the recent updates to ArcGIS Online by showing a configurable dashboard highlighting 2020 ACS census and weather impacts getting built on the fly.
Speaker's Bio: Brian currently works full-time for Esri as a Senior Solution Engineer supporting Higher Education and has been working in the geographic information system (GIS) and geospatial industry for more than 13 years. GIS work experience brought Brian from the frozen tundra of Duluth MN as a digitizer, to the Big Island of Hawaii as a GIS Analyst, and the streets of Milwaukee as a Crime Analyst. Brian has taught GIS at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Salem State University. Brian is also a proud Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, father of 2, and husband to 1.
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