We talk to business and technology leaders who share analysis, insights, and stories on data science, the Internet of Things, Smart Communities and other forces driving digital transformation and leveraging the power of location intelligence.
Creating a Resilient Global Supply Chain
International Monetary Fund Senior Economist Serkan Arslanalp explains how real-time supply chain visibility keeps international trade moving in the era of climate change and natural disasters.
A Digital Twin and the Mighty Mississippi River
Ned Mitchell, research civil engineer at the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, explains how a digital twin of the Mississippi River's ports and channels helps the flow of commercial goods.
A Pathway to Net Zero
Allie Kelly, executive director of The Ray—a non-profit, clean energy innovator using leading technology to respond to the changing climate—explains the imperative of greenifying the U.S. power grid at a recent talk at the Esri User Conference before an audience of data scientists, geographers, and innovators.
Understanding Arctic Ecology and Climate Science
Dr. Susan Natali, Arctic program director and senior scientist at Woodwell Climate Research Center, discusses the effect of permafrost thaw and wildfires on northern ecosystems, the Arctic population, and the global climate.
The Conflict Observatory: How Technology Aids Humanitarian Causes
Dr. Susan Wolfinbarger, team lead for the US Department of State's Location-based Observations for Conflict Analysis, Trends, and Evidence (LOCATE) initiative, discusses The Conflict Observatory, a geospatial hub that aggregates data from IOT devices and social media sites to aid in the distribution of humanitarian resources in global conflicts.
Of Culture and Conservation – Saving the Okavango Basin
Steve Boyes, founder of the National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project, discusses the effort to preserve the ecosystem of Botswana's Okavango Basin and build resilience to the impacts of climate change.
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Learning on how spatial analytics can help big and small companies better perform under certain constraints while still managing growth and sustainability