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GIS Day 2017

Dec 06 2017 - Dec 06 2017

Start Time: 10:00 a.m.
End Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Wellington Webb Municipal Building
First Floor Atrium
201 W. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO

You are invited to join the City and County of Denver’s GIS Day celebration.  This is a free event, open to the public and does not require registration.

GIS Day is an international event that recognizes the importance of geography, advances in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology, and recent successes in spatial analysis. GIS is used to map and analyze data in order to better understand our world and effectively make decisions.

This year’s event will showcase a wide range of GIS products, tools, and applications from Denver’s GIS community.   Come learn how GIS is being deployed to improve the city.

To celebrate this year’s event, there will be a live music performance, free lunch, cake, prizes, presentations, interactive map displays and much more.

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Doug Genzer
(720) 913-4839


GIS Day 2017 sponsor logos


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GIS Day Event Schedule

10:00AM - GIS Day Kick-Off

  • Opening remarks by Scott Cardenas (CIO City and County of Denver Technology Services)

10:30AM -  Keynote Speaker

  • Joseph J. Kerski, Ph.D., GISP. (Esri): Why Maps Matter!
    Learn about the forces of geo-awareness, geotechnologies, geo-enablement, citizen science, and storytelling and how they are not only shaping the field of GIS, but also empowering people and organizations to make smarter decisions.

11:15AM - Live Music Performance

  • Kimberly Burke Jazz Band


12:15PM - GIS Lightning Talks

  • David Siddle (Compass Tools): GIS Field Collection Applications
  • Thomas Horner (City and County of Denver Technology Services):  Spatial Blogging: Web Maps as a Content Distribution Platform
  • James Castagneri (Census):  The challenges of maintaining the Census Bureau’s Master Address File
  • Ashley Summers (DRCOG):  Contributing 600,000 buildings to OpenStreetMap
  • Mathew Baker (Denver Public Schools): How DPS Uses GIS
  • Lydia Hooper (Fountain Visual Communications): Using GIS to engage external audiences
  • Jay Wrathall (Emily Griffith Student) GIS 101: Lessons Learned in Developing Campaign Maps
  • Nick Hall (GISinc) GeoIOT: Combining the capabilities of GIS with the Internet of Things

All Day

  • Vendor Displays
  • Exhibits
  • Map Gallery
  • Food
  • Raffle