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NEURISA Day To Be Held Virtually!

NEURISA Day 2020 will be virtual this year, spatially distant, but socially together.  Starting Monday, October 19 to Wednesday, October 21, we have several events planned such as:

  • Sponsor and Vendor shout-outs
  • Mapathons
  • Workshops
  • Panel discussions
  • Networking
  • Conversations with National Geographic
  • Conversations with Jack Dangermond
  • and more!

Register now and closer to the date we'll send along details and instructions of how to make the most of the conference. Stay tuned for more info.

Here's a sneak peak of our conversations with Jack Dangermond for NEURISA Day 2020 on education! Want to hear more? Join us in October!

For more information, visit our HUB site here.

Also, check out our promo:

NEURISA Announces Support-A-Teacher Initiative!

Help NEURISA support National Geographic’s goal of having one million GIS literate teachers in the next five years and to reach 25 million students worldwide.
During NEURISA Day 2020, we are launching an initiative to challenge the GIS Community to help reach this essential goal. In order to build an initiative around our GIS Professional Community, we would like to learn more from you.

Click here to learn more!


Check out our sponsors (click below for their websites):

Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: CAI Technologies
Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: Caliper
Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: Dawood Engineering
Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: Golder
Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: Nearmap
Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: Quantum Spatial
Visit NEURISA Corporate Sponsor: Sedaru

A full list of sponsors is also available here.

The New England Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (NEURISA) is the professional association of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) practitioners in New England. NEURISA is a nonprofit 501(c)6 organization whose mission is to advance the effective and appropriate use of GIS and related information technologies to solve challenges throughout the region.

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