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Alberta Geomatics Group Fall Session & AGM

2018 Fall Learning Session & AGM – Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Time: 8:30 am – 1:00 pm (breakfast coffee/danishes and lunch included)

Location: SAIT – MacDonald Hall, located in the Heritage Hall Building

To Register: Registration is now open! For more details and to register for this event, click here.

On Tuesday, September 25, we will once again hold our Fall Learning Session and AGM. This event has always been popular with sell-out attendance.

Our day will include three presentations, breakfast coffee/danishes, a quick AGM, and a delicious lunch with plenty of time to network.

Our presentation schedule includes: Heather Campbell from MNC, James Banting from SparkGeo, and Tammy Smith who is the CEO of OGL Engineering. Heather will discuss the value of ESRI Storyboards. James will speak to Cloud Optimized GeoTiff, Spatial-Temporal Asset Catalog, and Analysis Ready Data to help you understand what they are and why geospatial professionals will want to be familiar with them. Tammy will provide an overview of the aerial survey industry with a Western Canadian perspective. Great topics!

Many thanks to SAIT for their sponsorship of the venue and to all of our presenters.

Register today and join us!

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