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Countdown to ESRI Middle East and Africa User Conference

ESRI Middle East and Africa User Conference (ESRI MEA UC) and Developer Summit slated for December 11-13, 2018 in Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre is a conference for developers who want to learn more about the tools and technologies for creating mapping applications or adding maps to their existing apps

ESRI Middle East and Africa User Conference (ESRI MEA UC) and Developer Summit is the regions largest GIS event, and will include two days of networking, collaboration at the User Conference and the opportunity to learn all about building advanced apps directly from ESRI developers.

The upcoming event features technical sessions and workshops, with interactive learning experiences and expert-led information sharing. There will be a segment dedicated to hands-on training, so attendees can learn about the latest technology as well as user presentations.  Participants will also be able to connect with industry peers through social networking activities, using GIS technology.

On the agenda are various interesting topics such as Land Administration, which will discuss how ESRI’s unique software allows organisations to meet the challenges of recording land values and tenure, and helps to modernise their systems. Another topic under discussion will be Smart Cities: Strategy and Vision- exploring how GIS plays a role in helping cities become more efficient. These are just some examples of the sessions coming up, so if you’re in the field, this is an event that should not be missed.




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