URISA BC Feb 22: Get Smart! Smarter Communities with GIS
February 22, 2018 at the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown
Early-bird Registration ends February 8th. Register now to take advantage of the discounted rates.
The latest advances in Geographic Information Systems and related technology devices have enabled organizations from all sectors to enhance quality, performance and interactivity of services, to reduce costs and resource consumption and to increase contact among organizations, government and citizens.
Join us on February 22, 2018 for URISA BC’s one day seminar titled Get Smart! Smarter Communities with GIS to see how organizations are using GIS technologies to work smarter, not harder!
Our presentations for the day include:
- Smart Communities – Stories Behind the Tech
Presented by Sean Simpson, City of Surrey
- Engineering Infrastructure Risk – Using GIS to Develop a Detailed Criticality and Risk Inventory
Presented by Jonathan Helmus, City of Burnaby
- Analyzing Wildfire Threats to Protect your Assets
Presented by Piet Nooij, Fortis BC
- Integrating GIS and FME for Local Government Solutions
Presented by Solomon Nimako, City of Rancho Cucamonga
- Survey123 for Storm Event Response and Storm Event Preparedness
Presented by Mike Esovoloff, City of Coquitlam
- Smart Cities Challenge Interview
Presented by Gerard Peets, Infrastructure Canada
- Burn Notice
Presented by Doug Stewart, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada (BC/Yukon)
- Right Decisions Yield “Smarter Communities”
Presented by Len Garis, City of Surrey
- Open Government – Maple Ridge Story
Presented by Christina Crabtree, City of Maple Ridge
See our seminar at a glance here!
Register today to take advantage of our early-bird rates.