If you were attending the 2013 Users Conference in San Francisco last week, you couldn't have missed the OSIsoft and ESRI partnership announcement. John Baier (OSIsoft) and Chris Cappelli (ESRI) made the official announcement during the closing keynote on Day 2.
Part of the announcement was a demo that OSIsoft and ESRI have been working on for the past months. If you did not have a chance to attend, the recording will be up soon (and posted here).
We are creating a video series to help you get the most out of this demo and the released source code. You can find the YouTube playlist here.
- 1 - ESRI & OSIsoft UC 2013 Demo - Overview
- 2 - ESRI & OSIsoft UC 2013 Demo - Architecture
- 3 - ESRI & OSIsoft UC 2013 Demo - Server side
- 4 - ESRI & OSIsoft UC 2013 Demo - Client side
Both OSIsoft and ESRI are committed to create products that will help you leverage both systems. We are not there yet. That's why were are making the demo source code available so you can start your research on how to create geospatial solutions with the PI System and ArcGis.
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