Co-organized by the Education Bureau and HKU e-Learning Development Laboratory, the Smart City Project Programme x STEM Education Day Camp was launched, Esri China (HK) supported with ArcGIS Online in the Day Camp.
Dr. Winnie Tang, JP, Chairman of Esri China (HK) was invited by Hong Kong Institution of Highways and Transportation to deliver a talk on Big Data & Smart City. As 80% of big data information involves a spatial component, that’s why GIS is so important.
In less than a month after the release of The Hong Kong Smart City Blueprint, Esri China (HK) Research & Development Centre held its first activity and invited The Government Chief Information Officer, Ir. Allen Yeung, JP, to deliver a first-hand insight on Smart City.
Esri China (HK) sponsored and joined the Barrier Busters 2018 organized by The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation. As the organizing committee member, Esri China (HK) showed support by developing an application providing checkpoints mapping to participants.
E-book of both Chinese and English is available for download on the Story Map of Smart City 3.0 for free. Hard copies are available in some local book store, it can be borrowed in all public and university libraries.
Today’s innovative business executives are finding ways to use big data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to help their employees address two persistent business challenges: providing faster service and making better sales decisions.
The ArcGIS Utility Network Management extension, which delivers the new utility network, lets users create, manage, and share complete data about networks from source to demand, such as residential meters for electric, water, wastewater, gas, district heating, and telecommunications companies.
When video game industry lobbyists Tom Foulkes and Nika Nour head into a meeting with a member of Congress or a state legislator, a few key pieces of information can make or break their chances of success.
What if an advertising executive could understand the lifestyle interests of people walking by a digital billboard—at any given moment? A recent study that combined big data analysis, social media posts, and advanced location intelligence suggests they can.
Esri announced that it has released a brand-new web browser application, allowing users to create reporting dashboards that use charts, gauges, maps, and other visual elements to reflect the status and performance of people, services, assets, and events in real time.
At first blush, the outlook for automakers appears grim: people of sound mind are predicting the end of car ownership. At some point in the future, they say, nearly everyone will pay to access cars the way they access music or computing power—on demand, for only as long as they need.