Happy GIS Day 2020! There’s TONS going on, for example, this interesting presentation from the Library of Congress on mapping the corona virus pandemic! There are many ways that you can participate, either quickly, or you can spend all day taking part in really cool online activities! Esri has recently shared a blog providing 1010 […]
Diversity in Leadership Panel: Canada’s Geospatial Ecosystem Join our award winning panelists for a discussion on Increasing the diversity, equity, and inclusiveness of the sector.
The UN Statistics Division and Ordnance Survey invite you to join a series of three online high-level forum events.
The conference and event market has been hit hard due to the spread of coronavirus around the World. Many events are heeding public health agency warnings and discouraging large public gatherings. As a result, many conferences and events will be canceled or switched to an online or virtual format. The following is a list of […]
Record early commitments dwarf those of any other commercial drone event in the Americas
Welcome to our GISuser, Geotech industry news roundup. Here you’ll find pointers and tips for events, meetups, webinars and other Geo events taking place in the near future. Do you have a Geo event to share? Tell the editor about it!
Des Plaines, IL (April 22, 2019) URISA is pleased to share the comprehensive agenda for GIS-Pro 2019, taking place September 28-October 2, 2019 in New Orleans.
FOSS4G North America is the premier open geospatial technology and business conference where technologists, end-users and decision makers convene to share how open source software is becoming a part of their business and their geospatial stack.
Canada has a proud history in the realm of geospatial and location technology. In fact, an Ottawa-based geographer, the late Dr. Roger Tomlinson, is universally recognized as the “father” of what is now known as geospatial information services, or GIS. Despite Canada’s prominence in the history of GIS, the country has lacked a vendor-neutral annual […]
Mobile mapping systems are moving faster than ever. With the ability to “collect everything”, many do—but what to do with all the data?