Quotes by: Jack Dangermond

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Jack Dangermond
Jack Dangermond speaking at Harvard, 2006
Born 1945
Residence Redlands, California, US
Nationality American
Alma mater California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
University of Minnesota
Harvard University
Occupation President, ESRI
Known for Co-founder, Environmental Systems Research Institute
Net worth $3.1 billion (May 2015)[1]
Spouse(s) Laura Dangermond

I went on to Harvard and got very interested in computers and studying the earth's landscape.
Jack Dangermond
Landscape architecture is basically geodesign; it's designing geography. And yet geodesign is not only done by landscape architects, it's done by some of the world's largest corporations.
Jack Dangermond
We have millions of users around the globe who do amazing things with our technology every day.
Jack Dangermond
During that year at Harvard learning with Carl Steinitz, I had the feeling that I was drinking knowledge out of a fire hose. I learned more in that year than I had learned in the previous ten years of my education.
Jack Dangermond
GIS is waking up the world to the power of geography, this science of integration, and has the framework for creating a better future.
Jack Dangermond
I have high hopes that GIS will become increasingly relevant for landscape architects as we make the tools easier to use for the design process of just inventory and mapping.
Jack Dangermond
Web GIS provides us with a whole new window into our information through applications that are easy, 3D, and analytic. These applications are not just casual things, but reach deep into geographic knowledge and apply it.
Jack Dangermond
I prefer to find craftspeople I can be colleagues with and who take an area of responsibility and run with it.
Jack Dangermond
We support about 5,000 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with software, training, and technical support. We provide our software at virtually no cost to them, and they're lighting up the world with what they do.
Jack Dangermond
As we continue advancing and leveraging GIS and as we keep bringing in new generations of technology as well as new generations of people, my sense is we're going to achieve extraordinary things.
Jack Dangermond
One city can look at other cities relative to their city and learn something. It's a matter of sharing the patterns of what exists in one society based on landscape or cultural values versus other cities.
Jack Dangermond
ArcGIS is an integrated Web GIS that is supported by services. These are abstracted in a geoinformation model that's managed by the portal, and then accessible by a number of apps, which are the growing part of this system.
Jack Dangermond
Our world is evolving without consideration, and the result is a loss of biodiversity, energy issues, congestion in cities. But geography, if used correctly, can be used to redesign sustainable and more livable cities.
Jack Dangermond
Google has been an amazing benefit for our business. People understand the whole world of mapping and want to do more than not get lost. They want to do spatial analytics. It's been fantastic for us.
Jack Dangermond
I think it is widely agreed that Carl Steinitz, over the 50 years he taught at Harvard, has been one of the most important figures in influencing the theory and practice of landscape architecture and the application of computer technology to planning.
Jack Dangermond
My parents owned a plants nursery. We all grew up growing things and planting things and selling things, and I also managed landscape crews.
Jack Dangermond
My parents had no money, but they had strong values that I've carried throughout my life - things like not going into debt, never borrowing money, never leveraging, paying your bills on time, keeping your agreements, selling customers the right things, treating employees right, and growing things.
Jack Dangermond
Mapping and visualization is a huge area of work and is of interest to many people. We're working on reinventing a new kind of 3D cartography to make it easier to tell stories with 3D maps.
Jack Dangermond
Once you digitize data, you can actually analyze patterns and relationships in geographic space - relationships between certain health patterns and air or water pollution, between plants and climate, soils, landscape.
Jack Dangermond
I can put tweets on a map to show who is saying what where, which could be used for marketing or social research.
Jack Dangermond
Someone once told me be interested, not interesting - that really clicked for me.
Jack Dangermond
ArcGIS Online is the complete hosted GIS in the cloud, supporting mapping and apps. Additions to this component have included smart mapping, formal metadata, better administration, and high-performance geocoding.
Jack Dangermond
As an organization, Esri is strong, and we're continuing to grow. We're dedicated to this. And we're excited to see what you can accomplish and to watch your work evolve.
Jack Dangermond
We have a rich and vibrant partner ecosystem with several thousand formal business partners. Some of them are very large companies that we collaborate with in many ways.
Jack Dangermond
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