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Esri’s Jack Dangermond on Marrying Maps with Big Data Analytics - Data Informed

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Friday, February 15th 2013


 

In this Data Informed podcast, Dangermond explains how those consumer trends influenced Esri to work on a new version of its ArcGIS platform designed for the cloud and around online collaboration. The company unveiled the new version in June 2012.

Dangermond also discusses Esri’s plans to build new connectors to business intelligence tools like MicroStrategy, as well as develop three-dimensional visualizations to conduct spatial data mining using resources such as Hadoop.


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