Dr. Schröder presented a series of studies that were carried out at the HFT Stuttgart using various ESRI products within the framework of master's theses, student projects and research projects. For example, in a final thesis in the master's course Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics, a tool was developed to assess the compliance with minimum standards for refugee camps. Many indicators have a spatial reference, such as tent area per refugee, fire safety, drainage, topography, which can be analysed using GIS. In a further thesis a heuristic approximation method for the optimization of the position of rain gauge stations was developed. Furthermore, Dr. Schröder reported about first experiences with the use of ArcGIS Pro in teaching. In the past winter semester, a number of student projects in the areas of data integration, geoprocessing, networks (Network Analyst), raster data/digital terrain models (Spatial Analyst), ModelBuilder and map layout were processed. Prof. Dr. Schröder showed both advantages and disadvantages of ArcGIS pro compared to ArcGIS Desktop.