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The 2024 AGIC Education and Training Symposium will be held in Prescott, Arizona at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center on August 27 - August 30, 2024.  Registration is now open, with early bird registration rates available until July 26th.  Visit the symposium website for registration details and other information.



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Giscafe Industry Predictions 2023 on Trimble

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 10:43am

Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Systems Will Shape Future of GIS and Asset Management Industries


Outlook For The California Atmospheric Rivers

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 10:42am

Precipitation from atmospheric rivers in California can cause costly events from flooding, toppling trees, down power lines, and trigger landslides.  Models predict rainfall from these events will increase in the future.


Shaping a Sustainable Urban Future

Friday, February 23, 2024 - 10:59am

Imagine a city that breathes—not with the smog of a thousand cars, but with the clean air of rooftop gardens and electric buses gliding silently through tree-lined streets. A city where energy flows not from distant fossil fuels, but from the sun dancing on its buildings and the wind whispering through its turbines.


Crowdsourcing Geospatial Data for Earth and Human Observations: A Review

Friday, February 23, 2024 - 10:57am

The transformation from authoritative to user-generated data landscapes has garnered considerable attention, notably with the proliferation of crowdsourced geospatial data.


A Review Of The State Of Crowdsourced Geospatial Data

Friday, February 23, 2024 - 10:54am

Crowdsourcing, citizen science, public participatory GIS (PPGIS), neogeography: the participation of individuals in adding to the collective geospatial knowledge has come a long way since 2007 when UC Barbara geography professor Michael F. Goodchild coined the term “Volunteered Geography.” Also known as Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI), Goodchild’s seminal paper described the practice of individuals, commonly non-experts, voluntarily collecting and sharing geographic data



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