More technology, more ideas, more connections

Following the conclusion of our ArcGIS seminar series each year, we immediately look to the future and at ways we can improve the roadshow. How do we continue to make Directions LIVE better for our user community, and give past attendees another reason to return?

We make our changes based on the feedback we receive, and this year that has led us to expand the event program even further, with more content across the board.

In 2016 you will gain greater technical insight into the latest ArcGIS platform improvements. We will show you how Web GIS is evolving and transforming the way organisations share information, and demonstrate how 3D and real-time data can revolutionise your workflows.

Our tips and tricks sessions have also been extended – providing a greater opportunity to learn about the benefits of organisational GIS portals and how cutting-edge cartography can help you convey a clearer message when communicating with stakeholders and clients.

Every city will feature at least two user presentation from some true industry leaders, with organisations presenting this year including IBM, Treasury Wine Estates, Queensland Urban Utilities and VicRoads.

We are also introducing a new addition to the ArcLab experience – ArcSoapbox. This platform provides a place for short technical presentations (aka lightning talks), guaranteed to keep you stimulated during the breaks.

Whether you’re an experienced ArcGIS user or have only just started taking advantage of the platform, you’ll get a lot out of Directions LIVE. Please join us at your local event and learn ways you can see and do more with your data.

If you haven’t yet registered for Directions LIVE 2016, you can secure your seat by visiting The free event travels to seven cities around the country from 17 – 31 May.

Best regards,

John Hasthorpe – Directions LIVE Technical Director

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