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City of Charlotte, NC Describes How GIS was Used at the National Democratic Convention on Webinar on Tuesday

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Friday, February 1st 2013
Directions Media | Glencoe, IL, USA


City of Charlotte, NC Describes How GIS was Used at the National Democratic Convention on Webinar on Tuesday

Learn how the city of Charlotte, North Carolina applied GIS technology to support the 2012 Democratic National Convention with integrated solutions for public safety, transportation, public works and public information. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 2 p.m. EST.

The city of Charlotte was recently ranked in the top 10 digital cities of 2012 by the Center for Digital Government. Join this webinar to learn how the city of Charlotte's use of GIS supported the Democratic National Convention. The webinar will highlight how a variety of GIS applications helped earn Charlotte that top 10 ranking.

Speakers include:

  • Bridget Hayes, Charlotte Fire Department
  • Steven Castongia, Charlotte Department of Transportation
  • Rob Bailey, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities
  • Michelle Moore, Solid Waste Services

Be sure to visit our upcoming webinars page to see the full list of webinars.

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Directions Magazine, a publication of Directions Media, is the world’s leading source of news and opinion for “all things location,” and is the producer of the GeoSpatial Webinars series. We keep our readers informed with the latest geospatial technology trends and issues through newsletters, blogs, podcasts, industry Channels and webinars. Our readers gain an “inside edge” by reading our publications and attending our events. Read us daily at www.DirectionsMag.com.

For further information:

Nora Parker

Senior Webinar Producer

+1.970-879-0042

nora.parker@directionsmag.com

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