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News: Association Updates

EnerGIS 2015 Registration Now Open!

Sunday, April 05, 2015  
 
 
GITA and the EnerGIS organizing committee are pleased to present EnerGIS 2015!


Join your geospatial colleagues in suburban Pittsburgh at Range Resources' offices in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania this May 18 & 19 for two days of GIS presentations.

 


Back by popular demand - join the EnerGIS organizing committee and your fellow GIS enthusiasts after day one of the conference on the Range Resources' patio for our EnerGIS social.  Hoist a cold one, talk shop - or not, and meet with fellow attendees and our generous sponsors.

Papers to be presented this year include talks on; GIS for water management, Python scripting and customization, mobile GIS applications, managing LIDAR datasets, terrain analysis, and Enterprise GIS and Big Data, among others.

For further details please visit the
EnerGIS website, please register at

The conference sold out the last two years so get your tickets early!

Conference Pricing:

the committee has maintained an admission price of $75.00. Optionally, for attendees interested in joining GITA a special admission of $150.00 is available which includes a one year membership of GITA at half price - such a deal!

 

Registration includes:

    - 1 and 1/2 days of GIS educational sessions
    - Meals and snacks both days of the conference  
    - EnerGIS social on Monday, May 18 

The EnerGIS organizing committee and the GITA Mid-Atlantic Chapter look forward to seeing you this May in Canonsburg!

Regards,

John Ferketic & Mark Limbruner

EnerGIS 2015 Chair & Co-Chair

 

 

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