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Each year over 16,000 students and professionals from the GIS community attend the conference.
This year Sparx Systems staff are looking forward to demonstrating its solutions for geodatabase design with UML (Booth #2440).
Sparx Systems Senior Analyst, Ben Constable will be presenting at a session titled "Model and Generate your Geodatabase Schema with UML," which will focus on:
- Modeling geodatabases in UML for export to ArcCatalog.
- Reverse engineering existing databases.
- Achieving tracability to other analysis and design tools.
- Communicating geodatabase designs.
Since joining the company in 2003, Ben has been actively involved in developing domain-based profiles for Enterprise Architect. In this capacity, he continues to contribute to the development of Enterprise Architect's UML profile for designing ArcGIS geodatabases.
Model and Generate your Geodatabase Schema with UML
Tuesday, June 28, 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Tech Theater 15 Exhibit Hall A
San Diego Convention Center
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Sparx Systems Honoured for Innovation and Industry Leadership
The editors of SD Times identified the industry’s top leaders, innovators and influencers, in separate industry segments. Some companies lead in one category, others in more than one. In each category, one company has been spotlighted as a star deserving of special notice.
When choosing the SD Times 100, we carefully considered each company’s offerings and reputation. We also listened for the “buzz”—how much attention and conversation we’ve heard around the company and its products and technologies—as a sign of leadership within the industry.The SD Times 100 looked for companies that have determined a direction that developers followed. Did the company set the industry agenda? Did its products and services advance the software development art? Were its competitors nervously tracking its moves? Were programmers anxiously awaiting its developments? Those qualities mark a leader.Subjective? Of course. But leadership and innovation can’t be measured by stock valuations or analyst reports. The SD Times 100 represents what we believe to be the best of the best.
“The software development industry has always been competitive, but never more so given the innovation we’re seeing in so many spaces, including mobile, cloud, SaaS, DevOps/ALM, developer tools, quality assurance and Big Data,” said David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief of BZ Media's SD Times. “For the 2014 SD Times 100, our editors carefully considered each nominee’s products and services, thought leadership and reputation. Thanks to companies like Sparx Systems, the future for software development is very bright!”
For more information, please read the corresponding press release.
The proliferation of location based services in banking, finance, energy, health, entertainment and many other industries, makes geographic data more valuable than ever! To store and manage geographic data, many organizations rely on Esri's ArcGIS geodatabase.
How can you use state-of-the-art modeling tools to design and document these geodatabases? How do you link and trace existing geodatabases with other parts of your corporate model? Senior Analyst at Sparx Systems, Ben Constable, will answer these questions and demonstrate the design of an ArcGIS geodatabase in Enterprise Architect.
Two live sessions will be conducted to accommodate attendees in different time zones on the 25th and 26th of February.
We invite you to register now: