2014 Esri International User Conference

    Are you planning on attending this year's Esri International User Conference in San Diego, CA? If so, here are a few events we hope to see you at:

Monday, July 14
4:00 - 7:00 pm Map Gallery Opening Reception Sails Pavilion Come see the Alliance for Public Gardens GIS exhibit to learn about the current work of the Alliance and our partners, as well as meet other public garden GIS professionals.

Tuesday, July 15
9:00 am - 6:00 pm ArcGIS for Public Gardens Esri Showcase ArcGIS Solutions Island, Halls B, C & D Visit the ArcGIS Solutions island for one-on-one demonstrations of the latest ArcGIS for Public Gardens solutions and to get answers to your GIS questions.  Please contact Brian Morgan at bmorgan@esri.com for a consultation appointment or just stop by.

Wednesday, July 16
9:00 am - 6:00 pm ArcGIS for Public Gardens Esri Showcase ArcGIS Solutions Island, Halls B, C & D Visit the ArcGIS Solutions island for one-on-one demonstrations of the latest ArcGIS for Public Gardens solutions and to get answers to your GIS questions.  Please contact Brian Morgan at bmorgan@esri.com for a consultation appointment or just stop by.
12:00 - 1:00 pm ArcGIS for Public Gardens: An Overview Room 33A Brian Morgan, Public Gardens Solutions Lead, will introduce the ArcGIS for Public Gardens solutions, including map and app templates for Collections, Education, Irrigation and more.
5:30 - 7:00 pm Museums, Public Gardens and Zoos Special Interest Group Meeting Room 23C This meeting provides an opportunity to expand your network and share best practices for using GIS in managing and interpreting your collections, supporting research, and managing your facilities.  If you would like to suggest a topic for discussion or if you would like to do a lightning talk about your work, please contact Brian Morgan at bmorgan@esri.com.

Thursday, July 17
9:00 am - 1:30 pm ArcGIS for Public Gardens Esri Showcase ArcGIS Solutions Island, Halls B, C & D Visit the ArcGIS Solutions island for one-on-one demonstrations of the latest ArcGIS for Public Gardens solutions and to get answers to your GIS questions.  Please contact Brian Morgan at bmorgan@esri.com for a consultation appointment or just stop by.
3:15 - 4:30 pm Tell Stories with Maps Using a Mobile Device Room 30B Ventura Botanical Gardens and the University of Redlands are developing a smart phone tours app that senses the proximal location of a user to a tour stop and delivers relevant educational content including audio, image slideshow, and video. Using no in-house infrastructure, the app relies on the distributed information architecture of the “cloud” and ArcGIS Online to deliver its trail map, tour stops, and content.