Event Report: GITA 29

24 May, 2006 By: Cadalyst Staff

Geospatial Information & Technology Association annual conference models future of interoperability for GIS


GITA (Geospatial Information & Technology Association) held its Annual Conference 29 in Tampa, Florida, April 23-26. GITA President Susan Ancel called the conference, which included a poster session and a job fair for the first time, "the highlight of the year for the association."p>

This year's theme — "No Barriers: Connected. Responsive. Prepared." — was explored in an interoperability demonstration that captivated the Opening Session audience. Executive Director Bob Samborski told the attendees, "what you're about to see this afternoon is what we envision GECCo would look like in many respects," referring to GITA's Geospatially Enabling Community Collaboration initiative.  Read more >>


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