Location is part of more conversations every day as organizations find new ways to increase competitive advantage and serve constituents better. Purpose-built GIS tools are giving way to capabilities embedded in end user applications. Professionals in the field of GIS have a lot to consider as they sort through the challenges and opportunities of this new world.
Join Pitney Bowes for a webinar series as we celebrate Geography Awareness Week and GIS Day by exploring the rapidly changing role of GIS. The conversation will be as expansive as the opportunities for this science to unlock new value for organizations. Leaders in the space will share how GIS is extending its traditional back-office role by leveraging breakthroughs in big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, IoT and more. Be part of the discussion of how to educate and train GIS professionals of the future while also driving awareness in new opportunities.
The webinar series is Nov. 13 - 16 and is suitable for anyone interested in geospatial technology. Seasoned GIS professionals, IT leaders and data science experts will gain insights, while GIS novices will learn about new opportunities in this rapidly growing field. Speakers include industry experts from:
- Penn State University
- Skyhook Wireless
- U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF)
Linda Hecht, ex-Esri CMO and industry expert will moderate the GIS Day session, Explore the Latest GIS Technology Trends.
Never has the GIS industry been in such a transformational time. Keep up with both the GIS industry trends and discover how other technology industries are leveraging geospatial modelling and data to create new frontiers in GIS.
Following Geography Week, continue the conversation on Li360, a social community dedicated to the use of spatial technologies. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss this series and more with our presenters.