James Fee, GISP, evangelist for WeoGeo, will deliver the keynote address on Monday, April 19. Eric Waldman, GeoSpatial Specialist for Bing Maps - Microsoft Corp., will deliver the keynote address on Wednesday, April 21.
Des Plaines, IL – The 16th Annual California GIS
Conference (www.calgis.org) will take place in
Huntington Beach, April 18-21, and the conference committee is pleased to
announce the two keynote speakers for this year’s event. James Fee, GISP,
evangelist for WeoGeo (www.weogeo.com), will deliver the keynote
address on Monday, April 19. Eric Waldman, GeoSpatial
Specialist for Bing Maps - Microsoft Corp., will deliver the
keynote address on Wednesday, April 21.
Every year, the four URISA chapters in California, come together to present
the CalGIS Conference, now in its 16th year.
Northern California Chapter of URISA
Southern California Chapter of URISA
Bay Area Automated Mapping Association
Central California Chapter of URISA
A comprehensive educational program (with content for beginners and
advanced professionals), networking events and an exhibit hall are all featured
at CalGIS, including these workshops being presented on Sunday, April 19:
Asset Management: Planning, Strategy, and Implementation
GIS Program Management
An Overview of Open Source GIS Software
NOAA Coastal Inundation Mapping Workshop
Habitat Priority Planner (HPP) Training
Numerous registration options are available to fit both your time and
budget. Visit www.calgis.org today to review
details and registration information.
Keynote Speakers Announced for CalGIS 2010
March 15, 2010