Bill Davenhall

Bill Davenhall
, Esri

Bill Davenhall has spent three decades creating useful intelligence out of what seems ordinary demographic and geographic data. In the ’70s he built the first geo-demographic models that helped some of America’s most well-known franchises expand across the nation; in the ’80s he founded a start-up market research company that developed the first national database of estimates for the demand of healthcare services.

Davenhall leads the health and human services marketing team at ESRI, the largest geographic information system (GIS) software developer in the world.

Sessions

Location Development, Mobile Development Yerba Buena Salon 1-3
Moderated by:
Deborah Estrin (Cornell NYC Tech)
Panelists:
Halle Tecco (Rock Health), Kendra Markle (Stanford Prevention Research Center), Bill Davenhall (Esri), Christine Lemke (AchieveMint)
Health is personally, societally, economically, and globally critical. Health does not happen in a doctors office and so health IT can not just be about medical records. Health happens where and how we spend our time and mobile and location based technologies can be our most powerful vector for measuring, managing, and mobilizing health.  Read more.
  • Esri
  • AT&T Interactive
  • Google
  • Nokia, Location & Commerce
  • Facebook
  • Bing
  • Control Group
  • Localeze
  • MyCityWay
  • Socrata
  • Urban Airship
  • MapQuest

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