e-Newsletter Q2 2019
Keep you updated on GIS news
Researchers from the University of Hong Kong utilized traffic crash data from the government to identify hazardous road locations in Hong Kong.
A City Dashboard of Hong Kong powered by ArcGIS technology was showcased by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer at the International ICT Expo 2019.
The Boston Planning and Development Agency demonstrated how ArcGIS Urban helps make the work of surveyors and city planners easier in Boston.
Esri China (HK) supports the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation to revamp the Access Guide with information about barrier-free access facilities in Hong Kong.
To promote smart technologies including Big Data, AI and GIS in smart cities, we participated in two seminars organized by HKU and Siemens respectively.
Winning projects submitted by students in the TWGHs Joint Secondary Schools Outstanding GIS Application Competition are now available to view.
Esri China (HK) held a workshop in Macau for participants to prepare for upgrading to ArcGIS Pro.
A combination of 3D technologies gives planners a view of the future that can preempt cost overruns down the road.
The insurance industry is evolving from generalizations about location-based risk to sophisticated risk scoring based on GIS-powered location intelligence.
Customers expect quick service, and leading companies are harnessing new tech and innovative techniques to deliver it at the moment of demand.
Many Internet service providers have overlooked potential customers in locations worldwide.
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