NYS GIS Association News

Mapping Tech in Public Safety Podcast/Blog

Lieutenant Chris Rogers (Kirkland, WA Fire Department) and I started this media with the intention of trying to demonstrate the benefits of GIS in Public Safety. Our intended audience are Public Safety personnel that are unfamiliar with GIS technology. The podcast can...

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New Job Added!

A new job has been added to the NYS GIS Association website. Visit the GIS Job Postings page to view GIS jobs. When you think GIS jobs in NYS, think NYS GIS Association!

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A free lecture on the cusp of Art/GIS

Laura Kurgan Demapping Tuesday, November 6, 7–8:30 PM Laura Kurgan is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation at Columbia University, where she directs the Visual Studies curriculum, and the Center for...

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2018 Geospatial Summit Early Registration Ends Today Sept 10!

The New York State GIS Association’s Annual Meeting & Reception (September 25th) and Geospatial Summit (September 26th) at the Welch Allyn Lodge in Skaneateles Falls, NY is less than three weeks away!  Early Registration ends TODAY Monday, September 10th, so make sure...

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2018 Geospatial Summit: Early Registration Ends Sept 10!

The New York State GIS Association’s Annual Meeting & Reception (September 25th) and Geospatial Summit (September 26th) at the Welch Allyn Lodge in Skaneateles Falls, NY is three weeks away!  Early Registration ends this Monday, September 10th, so make sure to...

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GIS Sources You Never Knew – Webinar Recording

Often times we get stuck in our silos with project demands and little time and resources to explore new data and tools. There is a world of public data available from state and federal agencies – in addition to the primary statistics agencies like Census and BLS – and...

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