Esri Singapore User Conference 2018Where the world comes together
On 27 September 2018 we’re bringing the world to the largest event on Singapore’s spatial calendar – the Esri Singapore User Conference.
Location & Date
MAX Atria @ Singapore EXPO
1 Expo Drive, #02-01
8:00am - Registration opens
10:00am to 5:00pm - Conference sessions
The Esri Singapore User Conference is an annual sold-out event. Make sure you register early to secure your seat.
Early Bird Tickets are now available.
End Date: 27/09/2018
Join over 600 geospatial enthusiasts, from a wide range of industries, in the largest event on Singapore’s spatial calendar – the Esri Singapore User Conference.
The one-day conference will feature innovative, real-world GIS applications from leading local and international industry experts. Delegates will also:
Meet one of the most influential individuals in the geospatial industry - Esri President and Founder Jack Dangermond
Learn how adopting a Smart City thinking has helped develop more liveable, efficient and sustainable communities
Hear the location strategies of private and commercial organisations and learn how it helped support their many missions
Get expert advice in ArcLab – an interactive learning hub where you can get best practice advice, product support and nifty ArcGIS tips and tricks
Grow your skills and deepen your expertise in our 18 breakout sessions – covering all stages of technical expertise from beginner to advanced
Expand your professional network – meet other analysts, developers, students and like-minded professionals
Explore the latest updates in the ArcGIS platform and learn how it can help you achieve your goals
The event will feature presentations on hot industry topics such as:
The role of spatial analysis in digital transformation
Creating a Digital Twin for your organisation
Using location-based analytics to visualise information not only in 2D or 3D but also across the spectrum of time
Unleashing the potential of your CAD data with ArcGIS
Harnessing the power of Big Data and analytics to identify relationships and patterns that charts and graphs don’t reveal