True to form, GIS in the Rockies this year will be full of quality content, valuable information, and key networking opportunities. Keep our schedule page in your ‘favorites’ and we will keep you up-to-date as abstracts are accepted, or any new information arises. You will see at this time that our keynote speakers are ready and the conference structure is laid out. Behind the scenes, tracks are taking form, the Planning Committee is working hard for you, and questions are begin written for the geography quiz! Won’t you join us?
Take a look at last year’s conference (session presentations, photos, program) to get a taste for what you will experience this coming October. We proudly provide conference session presentations on our website because you, the GIS professional, make the sessions rich, applicable and full of quality information for time to come. If you have presented before, come back again and tell us about the work you’ve done since the last presentation. If you have not presented before, this is your opportunity and we want to know how you are applying GIS. Don’t worry if your presentation (great idea) fits into a track or not. It is more important that you submit an abstract and cease the opportunity to share with the GIS community.
This year’s tracks (so far, unless you have an idea for one) are:
- Geographic Education: Increasing Geospatial Literacy
- GIS in Colorado (GIS Colorado)
- Mission First: Geospatial Support for Defense, Intelligence and Veterans
- Mobile Mapping: GIS on the Move (Urban and Regional Information Systems Association)
- Oil and Gas: Increasing Mobility
- Surveyors: Local Experts – Global Perspective (Professional Land Surveyors of Colorado)
- Views Along the Scale Bar: From Hemisphere to Home (American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing)
- Vendor Showcase
See you in October