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ESRI President Jack Dangermond Interview - VIDEO



May 6, 2009 By

The first five parts of our exclusive interview with ESRI President and founder Jack Dangermond.

Dangermond on Proposed FedStat App

ESRI President Jack Dangermond discusses how GIS can keep stimulus spending transparent.

'; var html5Player = 'false' ; var androidPlayer = 'false'; var br = getBrowserType(); if(br == 'Android' ) {thePlayer = androidPlayer;} else if(br =='iPhone' || br == 'iPad') {thePlayer = html5Player;} else {thePlayer = flashPlayer; } document.write(thePlayer); Tracking Stimulus Money with GIS

ESRI President Jack Dangermond on how maps can follow the money.

Mapping out Smart Grids

 

ESRI President Jack Dangermond explains the role GIS is playing in modernizing the grid.

< Web-based Mapping

 

ESRI President Jack Dangermond weighs in on the impact Google and Microsoft have on professional GIS.

Moving ESRI to the Web

ESRI President Jack Dangermond on ESRI's move toward more Web-based mapping applications.

 


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