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Reviewing the 2013 Esri UC Plenary

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Tuesday, July 9th 2013


As is our tradition, our editors explore and critique the key ideas and announcements from the opening plenary at the Esri International User Conference held Monday morning in San Diego, California.

Show Notes

Follow all the news from the Esri International User Conference at Directons Magazine's Esri Channel.

Show Notes

ArcGIS Online for User of ArcGIS for Desktop - from Q & A
New Data Service Makes Imagery More Accessible in GIS | Esri International User Conference
2013 Esri UC Plenary Overview | Esri International User Conference
Is the Sky the Limit for Skybox Imaging? - Directions Magazine
Exploring the Esri UC 2013 Q&A - Directions Magazine
Opening Address by Jack Dangermond at EsriUC - Directions Magazine


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