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GIS Day with the City of Austin

GIS Day is an international forum for geographic information system (GIS) users to share their knowledge and applications of GIS technology. GIS day provides an opportunity for students of all ages, professionals, businesses and the public to discuss the impact GIS has on our daily lives.

The ATX GIS Day, hosted by the CenTexGIS user group, will be held Wednesday, November 19th at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs on the University of Texas Campus. Highlights from the agenda include:

  • Professional Development Presentations (including presentations from our colleagues at ATD and APD!)
  • Open Source GIS Workshop
  • ArcGIS Collector App Workshop
  • Exhibits, posters and digital map gallery
  • GIS Entrepreneur and Start-up Pitch Contest
  • Presentations and activities with AISD

The City of Austin and Austin Water Utility will each host an exhibit at GIS Day. Please stop by and visit our exhibits and chat with the City's GIS teams. 

Look forward to seeing you there!

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