Update from the 2012 Washington GIS Conference

2012 Washington GIS Conference
Communicating Spatial Knowledge
May 7th – 9th, 2012
Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center

New this week:

There will be six workshops offered at this year’s Conference on Monday, May 7th: three in the morning and three in the afternoon.

Morning workshops:

Imagery Data Management, Visualization & Classification
Working with ArcGIS Online
GIS Mapping utilizing Autodesk Map 3D

Afternoon workshops:

Community Analyst – Better Communities through Geography
Open Source GIS: Introduction to gvSIG CE & geo-processing with SEXTANTE
Asset Management: Planning, Strategy, & Implementation

More information can be found at:

Related Weblinks:

Call for Presenters and Panel Discussions: Due March 26th

Call for Nominations for The Summit Award (GIS Person of the Year): Due April 10th

Call for Poster & Map Contest Entries: Due May 4th

Registration is open!
Student and professional attendees can register online at:

Vendors can find information at:

Online registration for vendors is at:

Conference volunteers needed!

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