Ozri 2019 to celebrate 50 years of Esri

By on 11 September, 2019

Brian Keenum from the American Red Cross presenting on their award-winning GIS solution, RC View at Ozri 2018. Image supplied.

Esri Australia is pulling out all the stops for November’s annual user conferences, with an especially strong lineup to celebrate five decades since Esri’s founding.

Ozri, the Australian Esri User Conference, will once again take the east coast by storm with three packed days in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this November.

According to the organisers, this year’s events will have a particular significance as Esri celebrates five decades since their founding in 1969.

Manish Patel, technical program manager for Esri Australia, said that this year’s Ozri events represented this milestone with one of their strongest lineups.

“From world-renowned oceanographer Dr. Dawn Wright questioning how agencies can future-proof themselves to effectively address major issues affecting environmental science and global sustainability, through to BP’s geospatial lead, Brian Boulmay sharing the multinational oil and gas supermajor’s digital transformations strategy – Ozri 2019 will bring global user stories to the eyes and ears of our Australian audience,” he said.

Other program highlights include a keynote on BIM-GIS integration from Norman, Disney & Young BIM Manager John Benstead on what lies beneath Sydney’s 174-year old Circular Quay, and an account of a major smart city transformation in Malaysia from the Mass Rapid Transit Corporation, and their integration of BIM and reality modelling into ArcGIS Server.

Registration for the Ozri events in November are still open at the Esri Australia events page.

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