Maps offer intuitive ways to discover and visualize information, enable efficient problem-solving, and communicate stories. These are core capabilities required for Gov 2.0 solutions in any enterprise. This session will explore how open and interoperable geographic information systems enable web developers and designers to rapidly create next-generation web mapping solutions for data visualization, crowdsourcing, and business intelligence. Integrating mapping apps with social media sources and cloud GIS will also be demonstrated.
Dan O’Leary is a Solutions Architect and RIA Web Developer in ESRI’s Washington DC office. In this role, Dan provides technical leadership and support to organizations implementing information systems that integrate geospatial data, analysis, visualization and dissemination. Dan joined ESRI after a career in the United States Marine Corps as an Information Systems Officer, Intelligence Analyst and an Infantry Unit Leader. Dan is a graduate of the University of Maryland, BS & MS in Information Technology. Dan has particular interests in geospatial information integration, services oriented solutions, rich internet application development and employing the science of geography to address the challenging problems that face our world.
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