ESUC 2020 showcased the latest ArcGIS solutions and case studies from Singapore and around the world. To access the video recordings and slides from each session, simply select a presentation from the list below.
Presenter: Ng Siau Yong, Singapore Land Authority
Discover how the Singapore Land Authority is taking the lead in driving collaborative innovation through initiatives under the Singapore Geospatial Masterplan – such as SLA’s industry centre, GeoWorks, the ongoing Singapore Geospatial Week and the 3D Singapore Sandbox.
Presenter: Tan Chong Lee, National Parks Board
In the era of COVID-19, discover how the National Parks Board (NParks) has leveraged the real-time analytic capabilities of drones for crowd counting and traffic monitoring at its major parks as well as using the technology to reshape the workplace.
Morning technical sessions
Presenter: Karen C. Garcia, Esri Singapore
Explore the ArcGIS capabilities that help track dynamic assets and deliver precise locations and insights 24/7, allowing asset managers to be more proactive and to drive an outcomes-based approach with predictive maintenance.
Presenter: Huang Zhongwen, Urban Redevelopment Authority
Presenter: Lauren Bennett, Ankita Bakshi and Flora Vale, Esri Inc
Delve into density-based and co-location analysis and their wide-ranging applications. Through demonstrations, learn how the techniques work to identify significant patterns in geospatial data.
Presenter: Rex Tan, Esri Singapore
Explore the smart maps ensuring successful facility management. Discover how pairing asset data with location intelligence creates a revolutionary organisation integral to the development of smarter communities.
Presenter: Benny Yang, Esri Singapore
Explore fleet tracking solutions to monitor operations, resources, and assets—from field crews to vehicle fleets—using live maps, apps, and dashboards and learn how to manage resources, make effective decisions, optimise operations, and better serve the community.
Presenter: Thomas Pramotedham, Esri Singapore
As GIS becomes ubiquitous and digital infrastructure practices become increasingly important, hear how you can leverage the value of next-gen technologies including AI, ML and Deep Learning.
Presenter: Syam Kumar Prabhakaran, National University of Singapore
The NUS smart campus initiative leverages geospatial technology to support its facility management, asset tagging, portfolio management and energy optimisation activities. Take a tour of the integrated enterprise system driving efficiency gains and explore the NUS digital twin that will redefine campus planning - turning NUS into a 'smart city'.
Presenter: John Benstead, Norman Disney & Young
Sydney’s Circular Quay - one of Australia's iconic landmarks - attracts millions of visitors every year, but while most people admire the view, they are unaware of what lies beneath. This presentation explores how Norman Disney & Young meticulously documented all underground assets for the first time in Circular Quay’s 174-year history leveraging BIM-GIS integration, geotechnical, geophysical, asset condition investigation and point cloud capture.
Presenter: Omar Maher, Esri Singapore
Government and utility providers are responsible for a multitude of national parks and urban developments. Director of Artificial Intelligence, Omar Maher, will share real-life examples of how machine learning can alert authorities to infrastructure damage, improve inspection efficiency with LiDAR data and track land development against master plans.
Presenters: Sharon Gin & Ng Boon Hong, Esri Singapore
Explore the latest updates in ArcGIS Pro 2.6, ArcGIS Indoors, ArcGIS Urban and ArcGIS Hub. Plus, discover how to connect GIS to BIM with the new ArcGIS and Autodesk integration, and hear about new advancements in drone mapping.
Afternoon technical sessions
Presenter: Morakot Pilouk, Ph.D., Esri Inc.
Learn how ArcGIS Indoors and IoT data can track the location of people, create bookable workspaces and support indoor wayfinding. Morakot Pilouk shows how you can create a common operating picture for the workplace environment to support people and asset tracking and optimise the use of space.
Presenter: Foo Zhen Hui, Sentosa Development Corporation
Explore the Esri Young Scholar’s award-winning concept master plan for the Paya Lebar Air Base (PLAB) and see what resilient communities could look like in 20 – 30 years. Guided by GIS-based spatial analysis, the plan visualises new ways for future residents to live, work, play, learn and move, while allowing the PLANT to develop its own distinct identity anchored in its rich aviation heritage.
Presenter: Plintolincon Jena, Esri Singapore
Machine Learning (ML) is a set of data-driven algorithms and techniques that automate the prediction, classification, and clustering of data. This session will give you a high-level overview of ML tools and capabilities in ArcGIS and demonstrate how ML can play a critical role in spatial problem solving — from image classification and spatial pattern detection to multivariate prediction.
Presenter: Gopal Balasundra, Esri Singapore
Learn how you can use Jupyter Notebooks to augment your traditional analytical workflows.
Presenter: Meenu Saharan, Esri Singapore
Learn tips, tricks, and best practices for taking data offline and ensuring mobile staff always have access to the maps and data they need using ArcGIS Collector, ArcGIS Survey123, ArcGIS Explorer, ArcGIS Navigator, and ArcGIS Workforce.
Presenter: Doris Lee & Noah Zhang, Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School & Sengkang Secondary School
Geography teachers Doris and Noah explain how to use a variety of geospatial tools to create easy-to-use web maps and applications, enabling students to hone their spatial thinking abilities and acquire useful GIS skills.