ESRI -UK launches Enterprise Lab

Posted by GIS talk On Thursday, May 28, 2009
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ESRI (UK), has launched the Enterprise Lab; a purpose-designed suite at ESRI (UK)'s HQ that will encourage public bodies and private companies to explore the power and potential of GIS.

Underpinned by an enterprise standard infrastructure comprising the latest ESRI and partner technology, the Enterprise Lab brings data to life, modeling real-world examples to demonstrate how GIS can join up every part of an organisation – from local government to utilities to insurance or any other sector - to bring significant benefits.

The Enterprise Lab also provides ESRI (UK) with a research and development facility to build industry-based scenarios, working alongside customers and business partners in a realistic enterprise environment. As well as encouraging organisations to think more widely about GIS, this offers invaluable insight into how GIS at an enterprise level can easily share information, ensuring that decisions can be made with complete knowledge.

Current scenarios include using GIS to manage a flooding emergency with multiple agencies involved and planning security and logistics around a VIP visit. Scenarios developed in the Lab focus on various individual roles, not just GIS professionals but also senior executives, revealing where GIS can improve productivity and efficiency through accurate information, improved analysis, idea sharing, integration and collaboration.


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