This week we’re pleased to be involved with the annual American planning Association Mississippi & Alabama Annual conference.
BILOXI, Miss. – Sept. 14, 2016 – PRLog — GEO Jobe pleased to be involved with the annual American planning Association Mississippi & Alabama Annual conference, taking place Sept. 14-16, 2016 in Biloxi, Mississippi. Representing GEO Jobe at this important conference is our VP of Software Development, David Hansen (you can also connect with David @DHansen601 in Twitter). GEO Jobe is pleased to be a supporter and Silver Level Sponsor of the conference.
This important annual event runs for 3 days and features networking, social event, exhibitors and a number of presentations throughout the event touching on topics as:
• A day in the life of a planner
• Lessons learned post-Katrina
• mobile workshops
• Discussion of planning for southern towns
• Career development and preparation planning
• and more
GEO Jobe is pleased to have our own David Hansen representing the company and sharing information with interested professionals about our GIS and Geotech services and will be presenting demos and information about the latest updates and planned updates for our popular ArcGIS Online applications – Mapfolio and Admin Tools.
Mapfolio is available to users of ArcGIS Online in several license options including; free personal use option, and a per year (annual) mapfolio for Pro option. See geo-jobe.com/
Admin Tools is available to planners, GIS administrators and other GIS professionals in local government,education, utilities, and facilities management and can be found in the ArcGIS marketplace (free, pro, and Portal versions) www.geo-jobe.com/
About the event:
The conference’s theme is “It’s not just land use anymore”, and the sessions will include some non-traditional areas of planning. The conference will present timely planning topics in various areas including redevelopment, transportation, airports, and environmental planning.
Of note, APA Mississippi is comprised of planners from around the state with the goal of improving the quality of life in their respective communities and advancing the profession. The conference takes place September 14-16, 2016 in Biloxi, MS.
Those interested can follow updates from the event via Twitter #MSALAPA16 @APAMississippi @AlabamaPlanning