GEM Students at ECCE App Challenge

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

ECCECongratulations to GEM students Juan Carrillo, Anam Rahman, Jaydeep Mistry, and Stephanie Wen (pictured in order) for finishing 1st runners-up in the recent Esri Canada Centre for Excellence (ECCE) App Challenge. The team built their customized web application called Azure using the ArcGIS API for JavaScript and the Bootstrap framework. This application provides a side-by-side comparison of sea-level rise associated with different increased in global temperature in a 3D view of building structures in the City of Vancouver alongside a synchronized 2D map that highlights the footprints of buildings along the shoreline that could be directly impacted by the rise in sea level.

See the full list of results here. And see the Azure app here.

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