Images from GIS-Pro & CalGIS 2018
Thanks to all of the volunteer committee members, presenters, attendees, sponsors and exhibitors who contributed to a fantastic GIS-Pro & CalGIS 2018!
Here are some images from the event, with more to come:
Monday URISA Board of Directors Celebration (with Louisiana & New England Chapters signing OneURISA Affiliation Agreements):
Monday Committee Discussions:
Wayne Brewer co-instructing Managing Addressing for the 21st Century
Great interaction in UAS Mapping Outputs: A Hands-on Course for Integrating UAS Data into GIS Workflows
Sara Yurman gets things rolling in the Practical Introduction to Open Source GIS Workshop
Not a chair to spare in the GIS Program Management Workshop
Speed Networking, Women in GIS, Vanguard Cabinet & Esri User Group Meeting:
So much goodness during the HOTOSM Mapathon (thanks to New Light Technologies for sponsoring and to Christina, Carl and Emmor for facilitating!)
Opening Session and Jack Dangermond's Keynote Address, which began with a presentation from Beckie Howell, Director of GIS for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, who discussed Enterprise GIS for Managing Reservation Land.
Jack Dangermond and Alex Hepp, Conference Co-Chair
Jack D. meeting our first-ever Marilyn O'Hara Young Professional Scholarship winners: Fikriyah Winata and Bryan Ferri
Many sessions kept attendees engaged all day Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning. Review the program/agenda to see what you missed!
Esri's Hands-On Learning Lab was also popular. Thanks Esri (and Kevin) for providing this training opportunity!
Exemplary Systems in Government, URISA Service Awards, CGIA Awards, and the GIS Hall of Fame were front and center on Thursday morning, along with URISA's GISCorps and our very successful silent auction.
Then the Northern California URISA Chapter signed a OneURISA Affiliation Agreement!
Oh, and we had #GISBabies! For the first time, the conference provided childcare to young professional attendees with small children. It was great to see!
We enjoyed a gorgeous evening outside for our social event and closed the conference with Greg Hanks from the US Census Bureau. Can't wait for CalGIS 2019 and GIS-Pro 2019!
During the post-conference Board meeting, Rocky Mountain signed a OneURISA Affiliation Agreement!