What’s In Store at TUgis?
The 2017 TUgis is just around the corner! On March 20-21, Towson University will host the 30th TUgis Conference. Presented in partnership by Towson University College of Liberal Arts, Maryland State Geographic Information Committee (MSGIC), and Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT), Maryland’s Geospatial Conference brings together the top geo-technologists in our region—and promises something for everyone.
What to Expect from TUgis
This year the conference includes a full day of pre-conference training workshops and over 70 talks in the conference program. Attendees will have access to Mini-Workshops, Panel Presentations, Lightning Talks, and Individual Presentations. And, for a second year, we are happy to include an Exhibitor Presentation session. Additionally, conference attendees can expect to:
- Hear about the Maryland’s latest Geospatial use cases
- Share and learn about best practices
- Learn about advances in the field
- Network with the GIS community
- Celebrate our accomplishments and work
- First time? You’ll be exposed to GIS and top GIS professionals
Registration is still open. Don’t miss out on these opportunities…
The Map/App Competition
Learn more about how you can be part of the Map-App Competition. Apps must be received by Noon on Monday, March 13, 2017, consisting of the application URL. Maps must be received by 3:00 pm on Monday, March 20, 2017.
Pre-Conference Training Day (sponsored by esri)
Thanks to esri, our training sponsor, on Monday, March 20, TUgis is offering training classes and lunch for $25. We have received overwhelming response and the only open training session is a GISP Certification Workshop.
Don’t miss Bill Dollins this year’s plenary speaker, on Tuesday, March 21 at 8:30 a.m.
Special Sessions (sponsored by MSGIC)
Elevation Data Workgroup is an interactive discussion on new and planned elevation services for MDiMAP portal, Bathymetric LIDAR, and DoIT’s elevation strategic planning. Also the panel session, Preparing for a Geospatial Career—intended for new or seasoned GIS professionals—will cover the process for finding, applying for, and interviewing for a position.
Haven’t registered yet? There is still time to register for TUgis. TUgis organizers and contributors are among Maryland’s top in our industry who strive to hold a top-notch event! Be part of another great year as we strive to match last year’s number of 600 attendees.
As the TUgis Advisory Committee Chair, I can assure you that we strive to increase participation and quality each year. We count on the whole GIS community to keep TUgis a vibrant and fulfilling professional event. Thank you all for your support, I’m looking forward to seeing you all again this year.