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Weekliii Round-Up: Geospatial Basics and Scenario Planning

Weekliii Round-Up: Geospatial Basics and Scenario Planning

Did you catch all of our #DailyBrainCandiii and #MeetTheProduct posts this week? If not, no worries! Read up on all we have shared throughout the week below, including the latest post in a pipeline-heavy series for the Oil and Gas industry.

Field Development Planning with GIS: Utilizing Automated and Flexible Workflows in Oil and Gas Planning

Speaking of the need to introduce scenario planning into your gameplan, we released the newest post in our series on Effectively Managing Pipeline Regulatory Requirements with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) this week. This post looks at the use of GIS technology in Field Development Planning to establish repeatable, customizable, and - better yet - automated workflows for determining the placement of assets. View the full post here.

Keeping in Touch

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Back to Basics

In recent years, the technology produced by Esri has seemed to be ever-changing. From introducing new and improved applications to branching out to more industries and fields than previously on their resume, it is easy to get overwhelmed with how quickly this software seems to be changing. To help ground us, let's take a look at the basics - especially as Esri-long-timer, Scott Morehouse, sees it. Learn more about the concepts on which newer technologies are built, how these align with the practices and needs of the civil user, and much more in one of our favorite #DailyBrainCandiii posts of the week.

#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that delivers and develops GIS training courses to meet the needs of Energy and Natural Resources professionals. Want to suggest a topic for us to cover? Twitter @iii_gis is an easy way to find us!

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