October 2010 Tech Directions series is about to kick off in Darwin today and we wanted to give you an outline of the program…
8:55 – 9:00 am Opening… please take your seats everybody
9:00 – 9:25 am Welcome to Technology Directions The Tech Directions plenary will take a look at trends which are affecting our industry and how these trends are only opening up GIS and location to people everywhere and our place in the “location revolution/evolution”. Also, what does this mean for us? How can ArcGIS 10 help us to be more productive, leverage different technologies but also help us with content, resources… a true GIS system
9:25 – 9:35 am Our technical specialists will demonstrate the usability improvements in ArcGIS 10 which will help us save time… Take a look at searching, editing, attachments, parcel editing, python, imagery and geoprocessing.
9:35 – 10.00 am There are common patterns of work which organisations undertake and GIS can be of benefit to all of them…the tech directions team talks about these patterns and where we know GIS has a natural synergy.
The GeoSpatial Revolution.. see what’s happening
10:00 – 10.30 am How do I get from where I am to 10? We take a look at what to be aware of, going about it and things to consider…
10:30 – 11.00 am Morning Tea…come and join us for some treats (Josie our event coordinator assures me the food is delicious)
It’s here. We are excited to let you know that Dekho 3.1 has officially been released!
As you can tell, we’re pretty excited by the launch of Dekho 3.1 which adds some cool new functionalities and capabilities to our geographic web application server….
How is Dekho 3.1 different? Well, in a nutshell, it’s simply a better product. We spent around nine months developing, consolidating and improving Dekho. So, song and dance aside, what’s makes this version of Dekho so cool (well in our opinion anyway, we hope you agree)…
Some of my favourite highlights include…
Integration has always played a big role in Dekho web applications, which is why we are really excited to announce that Dekho 3.1 comes with an ‘open integration framework’.
Dekho’s ‘open integration framework’ delivered as part of the 3.1 release means you can connect to any line of business system in your organisation.
So what does this mean? Well, it means that now Dekho will be able to integrate with more systems (and don’t forget data) providing you with the information you want, when you want it.
On Friday we announced here, first on this blog, that the upcoming release of Dekho 3.1 will be able to consume and utilise the MDS Foundation Maps… Just published today is the first look at the improved Dekho interface including MDS Foundation Maps, check out the Dekho blog
Also, if you would like more information on MDS Foundation Maps, visit the MDS website
The Dekho Team