Summary: ArcGIS Indoors is Esri's new geo-enabled system for smart workplace management. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations are having to quickly adapt to get their businesses up and
Summary: ArcGIS Indoors is Esri’s new geo-enabled system for smart workplace management. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations are having to quickly adapt to get their businesses up and running again and their employees back to work safely. ArcGIS Indoors helps building owners, operators, and occupants create and share relevant facilities data so that people can use their buildings more efficiently. It provides facility mapping and management workflows that create a Common Operating Picture for multiple stakeholders. Most businesses and government offices are looking for better ways to visualize their employee’s work locations, their proximity, and building use patterns. There’s also the question of effective placement of health checkpoints and sanitation stations. How will you provide a safe workplace or experience for your employees and patrons? Use ArcGIS Indoors to evaluate activities within your facilities to enable more comfortable, safe and collaborative environments.
Presenter: Lain Graham, Esri Solution Engineer, Tribal Solutions
Presenter Bio: Lain Graham is a Solution Engineer on the National Government Science and Civilian team just outside Washington DC. For the past two years, she has primarily supported Federally Recognized Tribes, the US Census Bureau, and EPA. Lain specializes in field operations and spatial imagery analysis, she is an FAA certified drone pilot and a registered professional Archaeologist. Lain holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Anthropology and Archaeology, and a doctorate in Sociology and GIS from the University of Central Florida. In her position at Esri, Lain assists National Government agencies like EPA in the adoption and optimization of the ArcGIS platform to drive meaningful solutions. She and her husband love to hike and spend time outdoors with their five-year-old twins.
Presenter: Anne Taylor, Esri Tribal Government Team Lead
Presenter Bio: Anne Taylor has been with Esri since 2003, working as an Account Manager for the National Government Civilian team. Anne manages accounts in the US Department of Interior and leads Esri’s Tribal Program. She works closely with GIS personnel and executives in her accounts to help ensure that Esri technology is being implemented efficiently and effectively, with a focus on the mission and goals of the customer. Before coming to Esri, Anne was a software engineer, developing GIS systems as a primary focus. She has worked for Genasys, USDA NRCS, Hewlett Packard, and several small start-up companies. She has a bachelor in Math and Computer Science from the University of Richmond and an MS in Anatomy and Neuroscience from Colorado State University.
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