Esri Electric and Gas GIS Conference Will Focus on Changing the Discussion
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Esri Electric and Gas GIS Conference Will Focus on Changing the Discussion

Sessions and Workshops Designed to Help Utilities Use Technology to Solve Problems

REDLANDS, Calif., Sept. 4, 2012 — (PRNewswire) — �The touchstone for this year's Esri Electric and Gas GIS Conference is Changing the Discussion. The event, scheduled for October 7–10 in Salt Lake City, Utah, caters to utility professionals who want to take advantage of technological advances such as lidar, spatial analytics, big data management, and ArcGIS Online.

 

"Utility professionals talk all the time about issues such as aging infrastructure, regulatory compliance, and budget cuts," said Bill Meehan, Esri's director of utility solutions. "This conference is our chance to discuss how GIS technology can help solve these problems."

Highlights of the 2012 Esri Electric and Gas GIS Conference will include the following:

Be part of Changing the Discussion: visit esri.com/electric-gas.

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