This year’s edition of the Esri Italia Conference, held in Rome on 10 and 11 April, offers a great opportunity to keep updated on the latest developments of GIS technology. The two days of the annual event will be dedicated to development prospects of geospatial technologies, satellite data, geographic information systems, and geomatics.
The Science of Where, Envisioning Where Next
The theme The Science of Where, Envisioning Where Next involves the use of the digital transformation in strategic sectors such as the improvement of the geographic areas, and modernization of the economy, in order to find new forms of collaboration and opportunities.
Through Keynote Speech of prestigious guests, parallel sessions, technological workshops, training initiatives and presentations of national and international projects, we will discover the impact that The Science of Where will have in the development of our society.
Gisaction by TeamDev at Esri Italia Conference
In the exhibition area meet the team of GisAction by TeamDev. Our suite of services, based on Esri technology, is aimed at providing users with cartographic services and tools that allow to optimize the process of analysis, presentation, management and communication of sensitive data, making them faster, easier and intuitive.
The story map “Journey through the pages of The Betrothed” will be presented at the Geobservatory
The Geobservatory is a space that allows visitors to immerse themselves in the world of the most advanced geographical technologies and to learn about numerous Story Maps.
There you can also discover GisAction’s story map “Journey through the pages of The Betrothed”.
In this story map we wanted to present the novel “Promessi Sposi” (The Betrothed) by Alessandro Manzoni, considered the one of the most famous and most read italian book. The awesome interactive map is integrated with texts, photos, and other multimedia content.
Learn more about the story map “Journey through the pages of “The Betrothed” .
To know more about the Event visit the website of the Esri Italia Conference.