Get a recap of the Canadian Open Data Summit 2016, the Esri DevSummit and first GIS and Policy event, and learn about upcoming SDI events in this month’s roundup.
Here’s a roundup of events happening in Canada and globally related to spatial data infrastructures (SDI). You’ll also find insightful reports from recently held SDI events that you may find useful for your own projects.
Among the CODS16 delegates were New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant and other federal and provincial MPs. There was a full house of attendees and delegates were treated to a packed agenda of experts and open data leaders. The Open Data Leader of the Year Award was presented to Dr. Tracey Lauriault from Carleton University in Ottawa. Other award winners included: Scott Hardy (Edmonton), Chris Kershaw (Strathcona County), Elaine Dawson (BC) and Bill McKay (Surrey).
Esri’s policy team recently hosted the first GIS and Policy event in Washington with nearly 100 policymakers attending to learn firsthand how the growing policy community uses GIS to inform and disseminate public policy. Recently, the U.S. Library of Congress expanded its web GIS services, including cartographic maps, geodata and interactive web maps. This shared geospatial analysis enables policy makers to identify how features intersect with proposed policy, and sometimes how those features intersect with a member’s geography.
Big Data: What is it? Technology and Applications Workshop
June 1, 2016
CCA 2016 Conference – Imagery to Map
June 7-9, 2016
37th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing
June 7-9, 2016
TECNOVATE 16 – Where Innovation Happens
June 22, 2016
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