(Harrisburg, Pa.) GeoDecisions, an award-winning leader in the information technology industry, celebrated Geographic Information System (GIS) Day on November 16 by hosting a GIS Concepts Course for Developers.
Four companies will receive $750,000 from the Government of Canada to boost the development of new geographic technologies. MP David McGuinty announced the funding today at a celebration of Geographic Information Systems Day at the University of Ottawa.
Alistair Hart, GIS Project Officer, Tropical Public Health Unit Network, Cairns QLD 4870 tells us about the following GIS Day event taking place “Down under”
Will Mitchell, Mitchell Geographics http://www.mitchellgeo.com/ is doing an event at UNH – this will include a table for his consulting firm and then a vendor showcase half hour where he’ll present MapInfo tools which they sell.
OTTAWA, Nov. 16 – On Wednesday, November 17, David McGuinty,Member of Parliament for Ottawa South, will announce Government of Canada funding for technology projects in the geomatics industry. The funding is provided through GeoConnections, a national partnership initiative
Come see just how GIS can make your job easier and more fun!Come see how maps can increase your understanding of theworld!
On Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 at the state Capitol, Commonwealth agencies, school groups, local and statewide organizations will showcase their real- world geospatial technologies in recognition of Pennsylvania’s Geospatial Information Systems Day. This year’s theme is “Flooding.”
Event will offer unique opportunity to learn about aerial photography for GIS and see GeoVantage camera sensor technology up close on plane.
The City of Loveland, Colorado will host its first GIS Day event this year on November 17th. At this time, an open house, featuring the City’s past, present and future GIS projects, will be held at in the City Council Chambers, 500 E. 3rd St., Loveland, Colorado.
Have you ever dreamed of looking at the earth from space? Do you like Geography, Geology, Cartography, GPS, Remote Sensing or GIS? If so than come join hundreds of other presenters and guests at this year’s GIS Day 2004 Geo-Spatial Science Conference and College Fair on Wednesday, November 17th at the University of New Hampshire.