One of the most influential and impactful GIS events of the year – Ozri, the annual Australian Esri User Conference – is due to kick off for 2019 in Melbourne on Tuesday 12 November.
This year more than 1,500 delegates are expected to participate in the user conference events in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane to hear global user stories, explore product innovations and brush up their technical skills with exclusive training opportunities.
BIM is always a hot topic, and this year I’m particularly looking forward to hearing how the Malaysian Mass Rapid Transit Corporation achieved the first cloud-based GIS deployment portal in Asia to fully integrate BIM and reality modelling into ArcGIS Server.
Members of the various Maximo user groups around Australia will be no strangers to Melbourne Water’s achievements in asset management innovation. We were recently fortunate enough to organise a web conference with Melbourne Water’s Zoltan Kelly on “Enabling Automation using IoT”. He spoke about the interesting work they have done using Visual Insights to detect blocked drains and inform maintenance schedules. I’m sure his address at Ozri in Melbourne on lessons learned during the transition to Esri Enterprise will be similarly insightful and inspiring.
Clarita will be exhibiting at all three events to showcase the capabilities of our team and demonstrate the products now available in Australia as a result of our new reseller agreement with con terra. We are delighted that con terra’s product manager Rudiger Gartmann will be joining us at Ozri all the way from Germany to demonstrate their solution for fine-grained access control for ArcGIS web services.
security.manager keeps you in control of what GIS users can see and do. Integrating directly within ArcGIS Enterprise ensures a common approach to security and access rights to your location data. If you’re keen to learn more and would like the opportunity to deep-dive into security.manager’s features and benefits, I would be happy to arrange a one-on-one meeting at your offices while Rudiger is in Australia. Please contact me to discuss further.
Clarita’s entire location team will be on the ground at the Brisbane Ozri event, which I hear will have some special surprises in store. Join us and be inspired by international and local experts, mingle with your geospatial colleagues and learn from best-practice user stories featuring the latest in GIS.
Registrations are open now on the Esri Australia events page.