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Speed Showcases, Fast Talking, and Moon Walking

Speed Showcases, Fast Talking, and Moon Walking

This week our team in Calgary, Alberta had the pleasure of speaking to GeoAlberta-goers during the conference's Speed Showcase sessions. For those unfamiliar with this format, each talk lasts ten minutes, allowing presenters to quickly show off their newest concepts, solutions, and case studies. If desired, they may also turn any extra minutes at the end of the talk into a song and dance, moon walking to cheers from onlookers.

Okay, maybe that last part isn't all true...but wouldn't it be fun?

If you weren't able to make it out, I thought I would pass along a few quick "take home" features you missed out on. Our team presented on topics like Spatial Analysis and Data Viz, Knowledge Management, and Full Field Optimization. Below you will find the animations that were included in each talk, enjoy!

Sharing Data Between Tableau and ArcGIS: Advanced Spatial Analyses Combined with High Quality Visualization

Presented by Lenny Yu, Senior Geomatic Consultant for Integrated, the purpose of this talk was to showcase the enhanced visualizations you can create from spatial data in Tableau - as well as discuss how that spatial data might be moved from a GIS-specific environment like ArcMap to Tableau itself.

Full Field Decision Support for Unconventional Field Development (Road, Pipeline, and Well Pad Siting)

Presented by Lori Odegard, Senior Business Advisor for Integrated, this talk centered around planning considerations and options when it comes to Full Field Optimization for assets in the Natural Resources Sector.

Enterprise Scale Spatial Data Discovery and Geo-Enrichment

Presented by Travis Tang, Senior GIS Analyst at Integrated, the goal of this talk was to encourage the embrace of Knowledge Management as a common and reputable practice within enterprise systems.

We are thankful to GeoAlberta for allowing us to take part in their show again this show. If you were able to attend but did not get a chance to catch up with us, we encourage you to reach out...no moon walking required!


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