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NCGIS 2017


NCGIS2017 will feature topics that give you information needed to increase your GIS saber-how. Learn about refreshed data resources, see demonstrations of new apps, gain exposure to emerging technologies, and become familiarized about the relationship between GIS and the development of public policy. NCGIS2017 will provide you with what you need to make a positive impact on GIS within your organization.

Come Meet Boundless Team Members at NCGIS 2017

Anthony C

Anthony Calamito

Anthony, our VP of Product, serves as the Chief Evangelist for Boundless and is responsible for product strategy and outreach, educational initiatives, and our ongoing commitment to the open source community. Anthony is also a Steering Committee member at LocationTech, and and a Fellow of the American Geographical Society. His commitment to geography education and community outreach extends beyond Boundless – our Chief Evangelist is also an adjunct instructor at George Mason University.

Ian Isaacs

Ian Isaacs

Ian Isaacs, our Director of State & Local Government Accounts, has over 25 years of geographic information systems experience. He has lived and worked in the USA, Canada and Ghana along with several other short term international assignments in many other countries. All of his career has been spent in the GIS industry, supporting both major government projects and very large commercial programs. Previously, Ian was the NEXTMap USA Program Manager for Intermap Technologies, Esri’s Southwest Regional Manager and most recently COO of NorthSouth GIS.

Jody_Garnett

Jody Garnett

Jody looks after our open source projects as a community lead here at Boundless. As a member of the engineering team he provides technical leadership and develops Boundless’ training program. He is a member of the Project Steering Committee for GeoServer and GeoTools. Jody is a board member of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, and on the steering committee for LocationTech.

NCGIS2017 will feature topics that give you information needed to increase your GIS know-how. Learn about refreshed data resources, see demonstrations of new apps, gain exposure to emerging technologies, and become familiarized about the relationship between GIS and the development of public policy. NCGIS2017 will provide you with what you need to make a positive impact on GIS within your organization.

Ready to Learn? Join us!

Anthony and Jody will be presenting An Overview Of Open Source Licensing

Room 305a on Thursday, February 23rd.

View the Full Schedule Here

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