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Esri Technical Session [clear filter]
Monday, October 17


Esri Session. Introduction to Vector Tiles
PRESENTER: Alex Brown, Esri Philadelphia

ABSTRACT: Esri now offers new Vector Tile Layers! With these vector basemaps, you are able to turn on and off layers, change symbology, and even update boundaries and label.  The session will provide an overview of vector tile mapping, demonstrate how to create vector tiles using ArcGIS Pro and how you can change your map through vector tiling styling.

Monday October 17, 2016 10:30am - 11:00am
Seacrest Ballroom I


Esri Session. ArcGIS Smart Mapping Tools
PRESENTER: Tom Schwartzman, Esri Boston

ABSTRACT: Making visually beautiful and meaningful maps should be within everyone's reach - and Esri's Smart Mapping capability does just that. New mapping and cartography workflows in ArcGIS Online automatically analyze your data and suggest the best way to represent it, taking some of the guesswork out of setting up your map. Additionally, new rendering capabilities and styles allow you to go beyond the basics and design maps that bring your data to life.

Monday October 17, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Seacrest Ballroom I


Esri Session. Story Maps: Telling Your Story With ArcGIS
PRESENTER: Lauri Dafner, Esri Philadelphia

ABSTRACT: Everyone has a story to tell. Or, more likely, you have many stories to tell! Esri Story Maps have been a hugely popular way to put maps, images, videos and other media into an interactive web application that brings attention to a particular topic. But, like other GIS projects, the management of the content and story maps that you create can be a challenge. That's where My Stories comes in. With error checks, sharing tools and more, My Stories is a one-stop place to view, manage and create your story maps.

Monday October 17, 2016 11:30am - 12:00pm
Seacrest Ballroom I