Maps are powerful tools for displaying and sharing data. Increasingly, they are also being used to collect information.
I had the opportunity to attend the Esri User Conference in San Diego in July. With approximately 18,000 GIS professionals from over 130 countries attending, the conference was enormous. There were moderated paper sessions, technical workshops, demo theaters, a hands-on learning center, a gigantic map gallery and an even larger showcase and expo center. I returned to Baltimore reenergized about the mapping we do at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) and excited to bring back new ideas for enhancing our work. Read More >