Last Chance to Submit Presentation Proposals!  Deadline: Friday, July 26

Thank you to everyone who has already submitted a presentation proposal for the premier New York State GIS Conference, NYGeoCon (Sept. 23-25, 2019, Syracuse, NY)! If you have not yet done so, this is your FINAL REMINDER to submit a proposal before the deadline of Friday, July 16.

We are currently accepting three presentation types: Posters, 5-minute Lightning Talks, and 25-minute Standard Presentations.

• Submissions will only be accepted online through the submission form.
• All presentations will be selected based on their educational benefit to the audience.
• Presentations should not be intended to market specific products and/or services. It is suggested that consultants wishing to be considered partner with or feature their clients in their presentation(s).
• Presenters must register and pay to attend the conference at regular conference rates. Attendee registration will open in July.

Click Here to Submit a Presentation Proposal

About NYGeoCon

This September, join fellow GISers from across New York State at the beautifully renovated Syracuse Marriott in downtown Syracuse, NY!

The conference schedule, posted on the NYS GIS Association website, will include pre-conference workshops on GIS for Educators and Integrating Drone and GIS Technology. Monday night’s Opening Reception will be an epic GeoTrivia Team Challenge, where all are welcome to test their Geography knowledge! Tuesday and Wednesday include presentations and lightning talks from GIS professionals, a GIS poster session for professionals and students, drop-in GISP Certification consultation from NYS GISPs, the State of the State report from NYS GIO Frank Winters, and a Vendor Reception featuring our GIS industry-leading sponsors such as Consortech, EagleView Technologies, Geocove, Keystone Precision Instruments, and MTS.

Learn More

Sponsor and exhibitor opportunities are available. Learn more about how you can get involved.

Visit to learn more about the New York State GIS Association and NYGeoCon 2019.

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