GIS Day is November 17 and celebrates how geography and real world applications of Geographic Information Systems make a difference in business and people’s daily lives.
To celebrate, GeoNobel, Inc, the Philippines arm of Nobel System, along with the Bustos Water District, will host a online event celebrating the heroes of GIS.
The event will delve into the innovate applications of GIS technology in analysis, and visualization, gaining insights into geospatial data, and thought leadership in the water industry.
Nobel Systems President Michael Samuel and Bustos Water District General Manager Jose Adlai Tancangco will make presentations during the event. See below for the schedule.
The two hour virtual event takes place Nov. 17, 4 p.m. Philippine Standard Time (Nov. 16 10 p.m. ).
Join us to Celebrate our GIS Heroes on Facebook Live here: https://fb.me/e/2SqPJwzDW
Over 20 years ago, Jack Dangermond, the founder and president of Esri, envisioned people collaborating and sharing how GIS affects everyone.
This led to the establishment of GIS Day, which was first observed in 1999.
The explosion of geospatial technology since then has expanded that idea into a global event that shows how geography, and the real-world applications of GIS are making a difference in business, government, and society.
It’s a chance for organizations to share their accomplishments and inspire others to discover and use GIS.
GeoNobel, Inc. has been celebrating GIS Day with the world since 2019. This year we are inviting you to join us in a virtual gathering that will celebrate the impactful work of GIS professionals and serve to ignite the imagination of the future innovators who will further advance global progress using GIS.
The theme “Celebrating GIS Heroes” is a campaign with special emphasis on acknowledging advanced and highly innovative leaders and features mapping efforts that support global issues and strives to build inclusive mapping communities around the world.
Watch our Facebook Live event Nov. 17: https://fb.me/e/2SqPJwzDW