Technical Workshops

The technical workshops offer a wide variety of topics from experts in the field that includes

 

Smart GIS Development
Applying Spatial Statistics: The Analysis Process in Action


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Waleed Effat, Esri
Abstract : Whenever we look at a map, we inherently start turning that map into information by finding patterns, assessing trends, or making decisions. Spatial statistics empowers you to answer questions confidently and make important decisions using more than simple visual analysis. In this session we will have a closer look at the spatial statistics world and how we can benefit from this type of analysis

Advanced Map Automation with Python


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Muhannad Shabaitah, GISTEC
Abstract : With advanced mapping automation using Python, we unleash the power of scripting in day-to-day ArcGIS tasks, from map-production to automating changing data sources, modifying layer properties, exporting and printing maps, as well as automating the creation of thematic maps and map series.

ArcGIS Pro: Visualization and Map Automation


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Speaker(s) : Suhaib Suleiman, GISTEC
Abstract : Starting with the Visualization a point layer as a heat map then exploring the unclassed choropleth symbology also we will modify class breaks using the histogram and Scale symbols across scale ranges then apply transparency using field attributes then we will see how to animate a map or scene and have a look on how to interact with the layout in ArcGIS Pro.

Latest Development in Geocortex HTML5 Viewer and Mobile Apps


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Cam Barnard, Latitude Geographics
Abstract : Discover the Geocortex approach to building and maintaining web-GIS applications. Understand and see the latest in HTML5 viewer capabilities. Learn about the latest improvements to the Mobile Application Framework and how easy it can be to help users work disconnected.

Routing & Geocoding in ArcGIS Runtime SDK For Mobiles


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Burhannudin Sunelawala, GISTEC
Abstract : Esri's ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS gives you the ability to add GIS functionality to your customized, lightweight apps for Apple iOS devices. This seminar focuses on what is needed to use the SDK, the different types of functionality you can add to your apps, and how to implement Routing and Geocoding functionality to your iOS apps.

ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Building Mobile Web Apps


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Ashraf Dar, GISTEC
Abstract : Mobile apps are becoming increasingly popular tools as part of day-to-day operations such as navigators, field survey applications etc. and we all want to build them. As the hand held devices vary in the hardware and software specifications, it becoming important to develop versatile enough application to get optimum results. To achieve such, we need to learn the best practices to develop a mobile application.

3D: Use Your Extra Dimensions
Esri City Engine: An Introduction


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Elliot, Garsdale and Awais Ahmed, GISTEC
Abstract : Esri CityEngine is a powerful 3D content and symbology creation tool. Used in a diverse range of industries from Urban Planning, Asset Management to games and movies. This session will take you 'step-by-step' through some of the basics of Esri CityEngine for the creation of 3D data out of 2D GIS data.

ArcGIS Online And More
Building apps using ArcGIS Online


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Ahmed Abdelwahab, GISTEC
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Intelligent Mapping & Geo Services
PI - ArcGIS Integrator - Combining real-time intelligence with spatial analytics


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Ronald Bechaalany, OSISOFT
Abstract : How do we enable global enterprises to gather streaming real-time sensor data from multiple sources, and efficiently store, contextualize, process and share data for advanced visualisation and location services. Esri ArcGIS GeoEvent Extension pulls data from PI System and transform GIS applications into frontline decision applications.
GeoEvent Extension can track dynamic assets that are constantly changing location (such as vehicles, aircraft, or vessels), or stationary assets, such as weather and environmental monitoring stations.

Real-Time GIS: GeoEvent Extension


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Speaker(s) : Yehia Hassan, Esri
Abstract : The GeoEvent Extension expands the capabilities of ArcGIS to enable organizations to connect with virtually any type of streaming data and automatically alert personnel when specified conditions occur, all in real time. This session will introduce how you can incorporate real-time information streams with your existing GIS data and IT infrastructure, perform continuous processing and analysis against streaming data, and produce new streams of data that work seamlessly with the rest of the ArcGIS products including ArcGIS Online, Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS applications, and Runtime SDKs.

Designing and Using Cached Map Services


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Muneeb Ashraf, GISTEC
Abstract : This session will give you the core principles behind map caching with ArcGIS Server 10.4. You will learn Image processing, Mosaicking, Publish image service on ArcGIS server 10.4 the decision points for key map caching properties like: image format, tile size, and coordinate system. Cache management and storage as well as common workflows for building a map cache will also be discussed. If you want to get started building very fast and beautiful maps for your web and mobile applications, this is the session for you.

Latest from ArcGIS
What's New in ArcGIS 10.4


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Maggie Talal, GISTEC
Abstract : ArcGIS 10.4 brings new and improved capabilities for visualization and enterprise readiness plus new and enhanced apps. The what?s New in ArcGIS 10.4 session will discuss the new functions and tools for products like ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, Portal for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online.

Telling your Story using Esri Story Maps


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Rushikesh Padsala and Awais Ahmed, GISTEC
Abstract : Esri story maps and Esri web app builder are relatively new online GIS sharing platforms which are in much demand these days. With ArcGIS Online in the core of both the platforms, story maps and web app builder have made it very easy for non-developers to quickly create their own interactive application and share it on web to the public.
Story maps can combine maps, photos, text, and other media in a single interactive application while web app builder provides you to build intuitive, focused apps that run anywhere, on any device, without writing a single line of code. These engaging, fun-to-use platforms makes it ideal for public outreach, stakeholder engagement, as well as for GIS project presentations. Not only this, how about including 3D in your story maps and web application.
Come, join us and click, configure and deploy your first story map and GIS web application without writing a single line of code.

Adding the extra dimension


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Nicholas Duggan, Garsdale
Abstract : 3D can now be part of your normal project workflows and analysis. This session takes you from designing and creating data on a 3D Geodesign project using Esri products, through to the 3D analysis and mapping in ArcGIS Pro.

An Introduction to Survey123 for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Navigator


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Muhammad Zafar, GISTEC
Abstract : ? Survey123 allows to create a huge variety of different simple and complex forms in the excel, which can suit the requirement of any user, even Survey123 helps is converting paper from in to digital format to give user more feature. In the Geo-Forms and Collector for ArcGIS, user can easily edit the attribute information with the help of very simple rules such as list of choices and fundamental questions. It also allows skipping question or restricting user to answer the mandatory questions. Survey123 has a specialty to give life in the Excel World

Envisioning GIS for your Industry
Transforming your Organization with GISTEC Professional Services


Date : Tuesday 19, April 2016
Time : 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Mustafa Hudhud, GISTEC
Abstract : Attendees of this workshop will know how to get benefits from Professional Services that offer a wide variety of GIS consulting, advisory and implementation services to clients ranging from government entities to large corporate enterprises. This session will focus among others on Professional Services benefits, range of services and delivery methodology. For many years GISTEC has played a significant role in assisting government and private enterprises across the UAE to navigate the GIS landscape. The need for that guidance continues to increase as the demands made of GIS increase. To bridge the need, GISTEC has established a Professional Services team to enhance knowledge transfer, encourage best practices and provide consulting services for a multitude of GIS services.

The world addressed in 3 words


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Tim Williams and Giles Ryh Jones, What3Words
Abstract : Communicating precise locations is key for the efficient management of many business operations. But street addressing is often not relevant and landmark based addressing is not accurate enough. Whilst GPS coordinates are accurate they are prone to error when moving between devices, writing them down, telling someone over the phone or in person. Coordinates are generally misunderstood by non-technical people and trained people suffer regular errors.

Imagery Enhancements in ArcGIS 10.4


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Kannan Jayaraman, GISTEC
Abstract : ArcGIS supports an even wider range of sensors and two new formats that facilitate working with massive volumes of imagery. Several new raster functions, geoprocessing tools, have been also been introduced in the latest version of ArcGIS. The Meta Raster Format (MRF) is optimized for collections of imagery and rasters in cloud storage platforms and enables fast image access, reduces the cost of storage, and is designed to scale using elastic cloud compute and storage. The Cloud Raster Format, an initial implementation, is optimized for analytical results and allows parallel processing of rasters on multiple machines Attend the session, to learn more and to understand the whole new dimension on working with imageries in ArcGIS.

Combining SAR and Optical Imagery for Mapping Change Detection


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Steven Corr, PCI Geomatics
Abstract : Get more from imagery by to use Geomatica?s new and improved software to process SAR and Optical imagery and automatically detect newly formed landmasses. In this workshop, I will be demonstrating how to:
- Access Sentinel-1 imagery and work with it in Geomatica
- Access Landsat-8 imagery and work with it in Geomatica
- Combine SAR change detection with optical change detection to improve confidence of positive change
- Create a Python workflow that will automatically search all imagery for signs of land reclamation

GIS Solutions for Electric Utilities with integration with DMS/UT


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Anas Obeidat, GISTEC and Theo Itzen, AED-SICAD
Abstract : We will talk about the integration process between the Geographic information system (GIS) and one of the most important systems in the SCADA center which is the distribution management system (DMS). The distribution management system (DMS) designed to monitor and control the entire distribution network efficiently and reliably. It provides real time view of system status , analysis of system conditions ,and recommended solutions to violations and faults.

Trimble MX7. Geospatial data collection made easy


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Macro Belo, Trimble
Abstract : The Trimble MX7 Mobile Mapping Imaging system is a fast and cost effective way to manage assets such as, roads, highways, services, power stations, GIS objects in general, and document site conditions with geo-referenced images.
The Trimble MX7 with VISION? technology is a vehicle-mounted photogrammetric system equipped with six, 5 megapixel cameras, and Trimble Applanix GNSS and inertial geo-referencing modules. The Trimble MX7 can be deployed on vehicles of all sizes, letting you capture 30 MP geo-referenced images at highway speeds.
The Trimble MX7 allows you to visually observe and capture the job site, then produce deliverables in the office later using Trimble Trident and Applanix POSPac? MMS software. Trident Imaging Hub software is available with the system and offers robust object positioning, measurement, data layer and features database creation, and analysis of geo-referenced imagery.

Multi-Criteria based wireless network planning using Cellular Expert


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Ricardas Pilitauskas, Cellular Expert
Abstract : As the demand for mobile communication services increases day by day, radio network expansion is needed, what requires significant capital investments and often a long payback period. To increase the net present value and limit capital requirements a deep geographical analysis is crucial. To make optimal roll-out plan one need to make non-technical analysis and find out where are the best locations to build new sites, where your customers are, what services are needed or which site configuration to use. Cellular Expert solutions can be used to perform this kind of non-technical analysis, to select the best areas for network expansion, based on cost efficiency or highest average return per user, and offer best technology in those areas, leading to shortest payback period.

Extracting GeoSmart information Aerially


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Speaker(s) : Matthieu Lefebrve, AERODATA
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Geocortex for Energy Solution Suite Overview


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Seth Tribbey, Latitude Geographics
Abstract : Seth Tribbey will provide an overview of Geocortex for Energy and some examples of how energy companies have leveraged the Geocortex for Energy suite to reduce operating costs, increase production, and streamline use of GIS data throughout the entire organization in the energy industry. Seth will provide a high-level introduction to the suite of products, a quick demonstration of each, and will talk through some example deployments in the energy industry. The workshop will cover Geocortex Essentials ? Latitude Geographics? flagship product which is the premier web gis deployment framework in the energy industry, Geocortex Insight ? the brand new GIS infrastructure monitoring tool for the ArcGIS Platform, Geocortex Active Operating Picture ? for real-time incident management, preparedness, and response, Geocortex Perspective ? a 3D subsurface wellbore visualization tool, and Geocortex Decision Support for oil and gas infrastructure planning, analysis, and project management.

The Use of Geographic Information System for Renewable Energy


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Speaker(s) : Dr. Ahmad Yousef, Ministry of Energy
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Facility Management/Real Estate Management Using GIS


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Pushparaj, GISTEC
Abstract : This session will provide insight into the use of geographic information system (GIS) technology for real estate and facility management (FM). GIS allows organizations to visualize and analyze their property & assets and also offers solutions to manage facilities through all stages of the building life cycle.
None of the enterprise applications used within the arena of facility management have advanced spatial analytic capabilities to support the business processes that span geographic areas or provide complex scenario modeling that includes multidimensional visualization including 3D (space) and 4D (time). GIS is a system that allows one to view, understand, question, interpret and visualize data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns and trends in the form of maps, reports and charts. GIS can be used by facility managers for space management, visualization & planning, emergency & disaster planning and response, as well as many other applications.
The session will educate attendees on how GIS is meeting the challenges that come with real estate industry in facility management, site selection, project management, leasing, sales as well as operation maintenance by bringing data in to GIS, publishing and analyzing it.

Mapping your Water and Waterwaste Utilities


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Bhavesh Patadiya, GISTEC
Abstract : Reliable water services come from having one go-to repository of data. GIS is no longer your single-function tool for locating pipes and facilities. It?s now a whole platform for understanding and optimizing water and waste water operations. Integrate information from meters, pipes, and more, through the common language of location into GIS. Share interactive maps in the boardroom; push functional maps to field devices/Engineers. When your data flows, so does your water.

Using Python to Administer your Geodatabase


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Mohsen Kamal, GISTEC
Abstract : There are many ways to access an enterprise geodatabase using the ArcGIS system. In this workshop, we will focus on effective patterns that developers who are familiar with Python should utilize to administer the geodatabase and work with its contents.

Simple Street Imagery for Smarter Communities


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Janine, Mapillary
Abstract : Documenting assets and infrastructure ? from traffic signs to pavement conditions ? can spread resources very thin. A new approach replaces the inspector?s toolkit with a phone. Pictures are uploaded in real time and reconstructed in 3D views to extract geospatial information. Join our workshop to learn how this fast and easy method of data collection yields powerful results for public works, transportation, parks, utilities, emergency response, and more

It's About Big Data
HERE Reality Lens


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Ammar Almasri, HERE
Abstract : This presentation will introduce the latest addition to HERE?s product portfolio. HERE Reality Lens is a new 3D data analysis tool that gives access to our geospatial data and enables features such as mapping, measuring and modeling. Based on reality data which we collect from hundreds of HERE True vehicles we build a tool that now exposes this data for Enterprise usage. Users are able to access HERE Reality Lens due to seamless integration with desktop and online versions of Esri products.

Big Data and Analytics: Getting Started with ArcGIS


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Wael Yahya, GISTEC
Abstract : This workshop is intended for people who have an understanding of the big data space?this includes common use cases and how solutions may be architected. We discuss in greater depth the open-source GIS tools for Hadoop, as well as the technology that will be released as part of ArcGIS

Using CAD Data in GIS


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Asghar Munir, GISTEC
Abstract : CAD data is a large source of GIS data, is commonly used in design, engineering, and planning workflows. In this WORKSHOP, you will learn how to manage and efficiently display CAD data with GIS layers in ArcGIS, use CAD data directly without conversion in ArcGIS analysis operations and geoprocessing, and load CAD data or import into a geodatabase. Techniques and best practices for data conversion to support integrated CAD/GIS workflows are covered.

Enterprise GIS
GeoPermit for Smart Governments "Where Your NOC/Permit Will Never Get Lost or Disappear"


Date : Tuesday 19, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Sumoj John, GISTEC
Abstract : The Geo-enabled Regulatory approval process has been a challenge for Government Organizations for many years. In this session, we introduce GeoPermit, BPM integrated Web GIS solution with built-in maps / location analytics, to address the needs of Permitting, Request for Info and No Objection Approval processes. The session highlights the functional and Architectural capabilities of the GeoPermit followed by a set of Demos to showcase the above concept and to illustrate different business use cases.

Enterprise GIS: Architecture Deployment Options


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Ibrahim Afaneh, GISTEC
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Leverage the ArcGIS Porta in your Organization for ArcGIS Technology Transfer


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Ramla Shihab, GISTEC
Abstract : The ArcGIS system revolves around the concept of a collaborative geospatial content management system. Through it, users can easily discover, use and create maps, access useful GIS applications, collaborate and manage all geospatial content and knowledge in a secure manner. While Esri provides a Software as a Service offering of such a map centric content management system through ArcGIS Online, some organizations want the flexibility to deploy this component in their own infrastructure "Portal for ArcGIS". For a deployment in your own infrastructure you must use ArcGIS for Server and deploy it to function as a Web GIS. This involves multiple individual software components that come as part of the ArcGIS for Server product. The three main software components are: the Portal for ArcGIS component, the GIS server component (often simply called ArcGIS Server) in the role of a hosting server, and ArcGIS Data Store. This workshop will start with an overview of how portal in ArcGIS 10.4 should be implemented to stream its full capabilities as a hosted service , and get to know the full suite of capabilities including the ability to publish 3D scene layers or performing analysis within the portal

Monitoring your GIS infrastructure and How it is Used


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Cam Barnard, Latitude Geographics
Abstract : Organizations make significant investments in their web mapping architectures, yet often have limited information on how their systems are being used and where challenges and issues exist. Come discover how Geocortex Insight gives you a full view of your systems by focusing on distinct areas. Status is about what is happening right now and is crucial to providing relevant and timely information about your GIS infrastructure. Alarms give you and other stakeholders instant notifications via email or SMS when something goes wrong. Trends examines changes over time. Increases and decreases in usage, performance and stability can inform purchasing decisions and validate overall GIS ROI.

Building your Server for High Availability and Disaster Recovery


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Amr Wahba, Esri
Abstract : Learn step-by-step how you can set up ArcGIS Server and Portal for ArcGIS to deliver business continuity, high availability, and how to handle disaster situations. This advanced session will cover high availability (no interruption in availability) and disaster recovery (having stand-by infrastructure in a second location) with Esri products.

Enterprise Geospatial Data Search Across the Organization


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Jon Polay, Voyager
Abstract : This workshop will cover the benefits of deploying an Enterprise Geospatial Data Search and Data Management platform. Voyager Search provides a data discovery / data management software platform called Voyager, the marriage of modern search and spatial technologies. With Voyager you will be able to discover your GIS files, layers and web services whether they are on your desktop, the web or a server a continent away. Index content on desktops, servers, databases, FTP sites and online repositories. Voyager makes discoverable hundreds of spatial and non-spatial formats ?whether or not they have metadata. Voyager?s federated search links multiple indices so users can investigate all of your content in a single search. Once you have an inventory of all of your content, you can publish map services to ArcGIS Online.

Maximize business value - Best Practise in EGIS Planning and Execution


Date : Wednesday 20, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Venkat Ganesan, GISTEC
Abstract : The workshop is aimed at making the key decision makers in an organization on what are the best practices and core concepts that need to be kept in mind while planning and executing a Enterprisewide GIS project. The workshop would explore the concept of Business Value Assessment (BVA) in the context of GIS, project management methodologies such as Agile and Waterfall, procurement practices, architectural patterns and highlight typical risks that users need to be wary of during their GIS planning and implementation. The workshop will be presented by Venkat who is GISTEC's senior GIS specialist and a certified PMP and Professional Scrum Master handling projects/services of GISTEC's strategic accounts.

1Integrate for ArcGIS: Smarter Data, Smarter World


Date : Wdnesday 20, April 2016
Time : 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm
Speaker(s) : David Merren, GeoLinks
Abstract : Join us to hear how 1Integrate for ArcGIS provides automated data validation and management for the ArcGIS platform. This solutions helps improve data so that business processes are fit for purpose in decision making, customer engagement and regulatory compliance.

ArcGIS for Server Performance and Scalability: Optimizing GIS Services


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 08:30 am - 09:30 am
Speaker(s) : Adham Alzbiedi, GISTEC
Abstract : This Workshop is applicable to anyone interested in getting better performance out of ArcGIS for Server, with techniques and tips that you can take back to your organization that will improve the performance of ArcGIS for Server. The workshop will cover the types and the main factors of map service performance, and how to get better performance out of the ArcGIS Server or looking to scale it to many machines.

Mastering the Geodatabase


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Speaker(s) : Agnieszka Majka, GISTEC
Abstract : Geodatabase is a central location for easy access, storage and management of GIS data. During this session we review different types of Esri geodatabases and focus on Enterprise Geodatabase capabilities. We look at editing strategies that you may choose from according to your business needs, we overview archiving, the geodatabase mechanism for capturing, managing, and analyzing data changes, and explore ways to distribute your data across multiple geodatabases with geodatabase replication.

Come learn FME with us!


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Speaker(s) : Venugopal Gopalsamy & Kannan Jayaraman, GISTEC
Abstract : FME contains hundreds of transformer tools to get the job done, by designing FME workspaces/workbenches in a few clicks. Workspaces are repeatable and can be run again and again. No coding is required, which means users can spend more time using your data and less time auditing for the authoritativeness of the data. Few sample scenarios of FME capabilities include Convert, Transform, Merge, Validate, Reproject, Inspect, Style, filter and much more. FME Desktop lets users input data from hundreds of sources and output to hundreds more. Convert data from A to B, perform complicated enterprise integrations, or simplify a tedious task. FME Desktop also includes 475+ data transformers, giving you complete control over the content, structure, and style of your data. FME can work with legacy data or can integrate also with new technologies. FME Desktop also works seamlessly with the enterprise products, FME Server and FME Cloud, allowing workflows to be scheduled, run in response to triggers, or turned into self?serve tools.

EMPOWERING SMART CITIES - Building better cities through cutting-edge technologoes


Date : Thursday 21, April 2016
Time : 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Speaker(s) : Jorge Aguilera, Indra
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