April 7 – 10 at the Crowne Plaza in Billings, MT
Our agenda is completely full with a wide variety of tracks including Natural Resources, Open Source/Mobile, Tribal, Health, Census, Local Government and more!
In addition to the conference itself, take advantage of the wide range of topics offered in the conference workshops.
There is something for everyone including:
– Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
– Cartography Fundamentals
– ArcGIS 10.2 – Getting Started
– Project Management
– Web applications
– Web Mapping using OpenGeo
– Data access and processing
– LiDar Lab
– National Hydrography Dataset (NHD)
– Introduction to Python
– Introduction to ArcPy (Python programming in ArcGIS)
– Mobile applications
– Using ArcGIS Mobile and Trimble Positions with ArcGIS
Find a complete description of these workshops at: http://www.magip.org/
PLUS! ESRI will have their Learning Lab available throughout the conference as well. Take advantage of this free training opportunity where you can work at your own pace with ESRI instructors available to help.
ALSO! Fun social events include the Public Night ‘carnival’, an ESRI Developers’ Meetup, New-to-GIS Mixer, and the Awards Banquet which is topped off with music, drinks and dessert at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
Just in case you have extra time, the musical, “Hair” will be playing at Alberta Bair Theater on 4/5/2014 (Saturday) and Peter Gros from the Original Wild Kingdom will be there on 4/11/2014 (Friday). The Professional Bull Riders will be at MetraPark from 4/11-4/13/14 as well.
Early registration prices of $225 for MAGIP members and $285 for non-members are good through March 14th. On March 15th the prices will increase to $265 for members and $325 for non-members. We are also offering a discounted rate of $110 to students and an option to attend for one day of the conference for $150. Register here.
Don’t forget to book your hotel room early to take advantage of discounted rates