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Register now for the upcoming GIS in Action conference March 29 & 30, 2011.
Please mark your calendars for the NINETEENTH Annual GIS In Action Conference, hosted by the Columbia River Region of the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) and the Oregon-Southwest Washington Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA). Each year ASPRS and URISA collaborate to hold this informational conference on current issues in the Geospatial Information Community. Join us for what will surely be another successful opportunity to meet with colleagues in the geospatial industries and organizations, to learn about emerging topics and recent advances in GIS applications, and to discuss our problems and solutions together. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to meet andnetwork with GIS professionals from the region. Find out who is doing what, and how.
Preliminary Conference Program available
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Pre-registration is still available - don’t miss out.
Pre-register until March 21st
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Portland State University will graciously host this year’s conference for the second consecutive year! The raving positive feedback from the 2010 conference has led us to use the PSU facility once again. Holding the conference at Portland State creates exciting opportunities to include PSU students from other departments, members of the open source community and engineering, surveying and natural resources professionals who are all an important part of the GIS community.
Call for posters!
Submit your entries for the poster session at the conference. Open categories for posters are:
- Technically advanced application
- Collaborative GIS
- GIS for 'real-world' problem solving
- Innovative application of GIS
Information for poster submissions, please contact email@example.com
Technical Tracks: There will be at least three tracks each day consisting of panel discussions debating hot-topics, traditional sessions with two-to-three presentations per session, and technical workshops providing in-depth discussion of issues and training in applications most relevant to the geospatial community.
Guest speakers will present on both days. On Tuesday morning, JIM GERINGER (Former Governor of Wyoming) will speak. Wednesday , Scott Nelson (Governor Kitzhaber’s Chief Aide on Jobs and Economy) will offer the closing keynote.
The Un-conference Thursday and Friday, March 31 & April 1