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CTA Gov-in-Tech: Geospatial Information Systems
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CTA Gov-in-Tech: Geospatial Information Systems

When: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
8:30- 10:00am
Where: Global Technology Resources Inc (GTRI)
990 South Broadway
Suite 300
Denver, Colorado  80209
United States
Contact: Lizz McGehee

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CTA Gov-in-Tech
Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)
Modern Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) allow us to use highly complex data to explore trends, relationships, patterns, and opportunities in our ever-changing environment. Thanks to Google Maps, location based services are expanding to become a larger part of the mainstream use of personal computers and mobile devices. In this
GIS Tech Forum we will discuss new directions and innovations in the compilation and use of geographic data. We will present insights on new potential applications and issues such as crowd-sourcing. New controversial issues in acquisition of data from satellites and aerial platforms such as drones will be explored. This will be the first of two GIS Government in Technology Forums. The second forum will discuss GIS-derived data and other developments in the public sector. Please join us for the intriguing look into both the Present and Future of GIS.


John Copple
is the CEO of the Sanborn Map Company, Inc., in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Sanborn is the oldest mapping company in the United States and one of the worlds largest mapping and geospatial companies. Mr. Copple has extensive background in the market and applications for geospatial information. Before purchasing Sanborn Mapping, Mr. Copple was Chairman and CEO of Space Imaging,which was sold to GeoEye.He is recognized as one of the industry leaders in GIS development.

Peter Batty
is a co-founder and CTO of the geospatial division at Ubisense. He has worked in the geospatial industry for 25 years and has served as CTO for two leading companies in the industry- and two of the world's top 200 software companies - Intergraph and Smallworld. He served on the board of OSGeo from 2011 to 2013, and was chair of the FOSS4G global conference in Denver in 2011. He blogs at

Global Technology Resources Inc

990 South Broadway, Suite 300

Denver, CO 80209

(street and commercial parking are available)

In person attendance is highly encouraged, however, a call-in option is available. Call-in directions: Please dial 866.740.1260; you will be prompted to enter the access code, 5924067. To access the presentation please follow this link to log-in.

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