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2009 GIS in The Rockies Conference Registration is Open

April 28, 2009

DENVER – GIS In the Rockies announces it will host the 22nd GIS In the Rockies Conference: Spatial Solutions for the New Economy, September 16-17, 2009 at the Ranch/ Budweiser Events Center, in Loveland, CO.

The conference will focus on how geospatial industries can create innovative and effective solutions for the local and world economy. The many challenges facing us today require the geospatial industry to focus not only on our foundations, but on innovation, collaboration, and working together towards systemic, not just technical business solutions. GIS in the Rockies brings together professionals from many different geospatial sectors to do just that through inter-related services, products, and solutions. Anyone interested in using geospatial information technologies is invited to attend.

This year's conference should prove to be an exciting one with high caliber key note speakers, product demonstrations, papers, presentations, and workshops coming from many sectors of the industry.

On-line registration for the conference is now open at www.GISintheRockies.org. For additional savings, register by April 30th, 2009.

The GIS and Surveying industry rely on the sharing of knowledge and ideas in order to produce solutions to the ever-evolving challenges in our world. The GIS in the Rockies 2009 conference is the perfect forum to share your knowledge and network with leading professionals. To view the general session themes and to submit an abstract online, please go to www.GISintheRockies.org. Deadline for abstracts is May 30th, 2009.

For more information on the conference, exhibit opportunities or to register, please go to www.GISintherRockies.org.


About GIS In The Rockies
GIS in the Rockies is the intermountain west's premier geospatial information and technology conference. Held September 16-17, 2009 at The Ranch, located in Loveland, Colorado, the conference offers opportunities for industry professionals to learn more about geospatial technology issues and business-centric strategies supporting every vertical market touched by the geospatial industry. Conference attendees include representatives from local, state, and federal government, the utilities industry, environmental services, land surveying professionals, the oil and gas industry, retail and business marketing professionals. More information is available at
gisintherockies.org/.