The NYS GIS Association and the NYS Office of Cyber Security & Critical Infrastructure Coordination are pleased to announce the fifth annual NYS GeoSpatial Summit. This will be another great opportunity to hear the perspectives of top geospatial leaders and network with other GIS professionals.
Yes, that's right folks. This year Cooperstown, NY has tagged the NYS GeoSpatial Summit! All you baseball fans, this is the year to attend. The Reception is being held on the evening of May 18th at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum! Free admission to the Museum, movie and great food will be included in your Reception ticket!
But hold on to your hats!!! The Grand Slam Event which follows on the next day (May 19th) is being held at the beautiful and historic Otesaga Hotel.
Talk one-on-one with geospatial leaders from New York State and beyond. In addition, take advantage of the setting to stroll the shores of the pristine lake that James Fenimore Cooper featured in many of his novels and dubbed "Glimmerglass."
New this year: The first 15 Students to register will be able to take advantage of the NYS GIS Association's subsidized Student Rate of $25 for the Day of the Summit!
Again this year: Summit registration includes Free membership in the NYS GIS Association (If you have already paid your membership dues this year you will be credited for next year's dues.)
We are equipped to handle on-site registration and payment at the evening reception and the Summit. It's never too late for the reception, or to bring a friend or colleague to either event!
With Spring Training being just around the corner, we have assembled a "pennant winning"' team of speakers.
Our All-Star Roster includes:
The Summit is a unique opportunity to learn about the direction that the geospatial industry is going as well as how it is helping to shape the world.
This event provides attendees with a unique forum intended to bring together the best in the geospatial industry, to discuss the latest events shaping the industry and engage geospatial professionals in New York in frank and open dialogs on a wide range of topics.
Select individuals from around the country are invited to speak in the morning and afternoon on cutting edge topics. At the end of each ½ day session a panel discussion allows attendees to engage each of the speakers to answer questions they may have or open discussions on new areas of interest.
The discussion is, indeed, stimulating and attendees always leave the Summit rich in the knowledge they have gained as well as the thoughts that have been provoked!
This year's Summit is in a spectacular setting on the shores of Otsego Lake and a short drive from Albany.