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Analyzing Big Water Datasets for Informed Decision-Making
Water quality and water management data is extremely large and hard to work with. This causes slow response times to issues that affect the organization and its stakeholders. It leads to a lack of understanding around specific issues such as pollution and flooding. Using Insights for ArcGIS and ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Server, your organization can view trends in water quality in near real time and see the historic patterns of water quality and water management at large and small scales across your service area. This will allow you to model current, present, or future outcomes more efficiently and accurately. In this webinar you will learn valuable strategies to take large datasets to identify patterns and trends so that you can make actionable decisions. Join Esri experts to learn how analysis can help you. REGISTER Now:

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Join the Esri Water Meetup to explore how Esri and ArcGIS support the Water industry.

Attend Meetups in person or join online every month for live webinars streamed from Esri headquarters in Redlands, California. Meetings may travel, for example: San Diego for the Esri User Conference, Colorado for a user group meeting, and many more events and locations.

Check upcoming Meetups and emails for your invitation to join us!

Esri Water Meetup meetings make it easy to …

- Stay current with technology

- Adopt real data models proven to work for water organizations

- Connect with water industry professionals

- Share proven best practices and successes

- Answer your GIS, data and information-system integration questions

- Present a concept or idea for discussion

- Explore latest solutions

- Learn how others manage and maintain assets

Esri Water Meetups break down software issues, new solution updates, and software demonstrations. Stay for Q&A sessions and open discussion.

To join, fill out your profile. It takes a minute, and you’ll get free access to these monthly meetups.

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