Avineon To Host Free Webinar On ArcGIS Business Analytics
Avineon Inc. is hosting a free webinar to show ArcGIS users how to gain a better understanding of the data in their geodatabase through business analytics. The webinar will focus on applying automated data monitoring and trending tools with the Avineon Metrics Extension to ArcGIS for Server product.
The free 30-minute webinar will be held live at 11:30 a.m. EDT on Aug. 11 and 25.
“The Metrics Extension gives ArcGIS users greater visibility into their enterprise geodatabase by revealing trends in their ever changing data,” says Joel Campbell, Avineon vice president of commercial systems.
The Metrics Extension enhances the value and usability of GIS data in ArcGIS by creating a spatial data warehouse in which key business metrics can be created and stored for historical reporting and trend analysis. It computes and stores metrics such as quantity, length, or area of coverage for a specified feature at a point in time. The extension enables historical reporting, advanced visualization, and analytics for internal use by managers or for external consumption by customers or constituents.
The webinar is meant for GIS managers and executives who can benefit from receiving automated reports on geospatial data changes over specific time periods or in certain spatial areas.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Create a spatial data warehouse within the ArcGIS geodatabase
- Improve productivity by monitoring trends
- Track growth by identifying and quantifying infrastructure change by district or jurisdiction
- Enhance quality control through better understanding of the changes happening in the geodatabase.
Avineon Inc. was founded in 1992. The firm delivers technically sound information technology, geospatial and engineering support solutions. It has also developed Avineonics, a state-of-the-art information system that leverages business process management technology to improve execution of mission-critical tasks. Avineon is headquartered in McLean, Va., with offices in Florida, Canada, Europe and India.