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|The world’s premier geodesign event—the 2022 Geodesign Summit—is returning in person April 11–12 at Esri’s headquarters in Redlands, California. Join the geodesign community for two days of discovery, collaboration, and networking. |
Connect with your peers and thought leaders who are implementing geodesign in their work and charting its future. Through technical workshops, technology showcases, and user presentations, you’ll find out how you can use GIS and geodesign to better understand and tackle real-world challenges and improve our natural and built environments.The summit is your best chance at staying ahead of new approaches and technologies that are essential to enhancing your work in design, planning, resource management, sustainability, and more. Join us in Redlands.
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Share Your Work & Get Recognized
ESRI invites you to submit an abstract of your personal or organizational success story to the 2022 Esri Geodesign Summit. Help them share how pioneering organizations, researchers, and practitioners are using GIS and geodesign to change the way we design, build, and interact with the environment.
Presenters will have the opportunity to showcase their work in an exciting 8-minute Lightning Talk or a 20-minute presentation in the following tracks:
- Advancing Knowledge—This will showcase advances in theory, methods, and education, with the primary focus on academia.
- Advancing Practice—This will highlight outstanding examples from practitioners in government; planning; landscape architecture; architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC); design; and related fields, with the primary focus on the real-world outcomes.
- Advancing Technology—This will illuminate GIS and technological capabilities that are currently on the cutting edge or on the horizon, with the primary focus on technological advances, tools, and solutions.
Send in your work by February 4 for the chance to be recognized by a global community of your peers.
Abstracts can be submitted through this link.