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Arizona Geographic Information Council

The Arizona Geographic Information Council was established by executive order as Arizonas primary forum and oversight group for coordination efforts related to geographic information systems. AGIC identifies standards and implementation strategies to provide a framework for optimizing Arizonas investment in GIS. Through cooperation and partnerships, AGIC facilitates the acquisition, exchange and management of geospatial data and technology to benefit State agencies and the Arizona GIS community. AGIC meets on a regular basis and conducts an Annual GIS Conference to address statewide GIS is ...

Association of Geographic Information Laboratories for Europe

The Association of Geographic Information Laboratories for Europe was established to promote academic teaching and research on Geographic Information Systems at the European level.

Esri Education User Conference

Launched in 2000, Esris Education User Conference, is organized and hosted by Esris Educational Programs Team the weekend before the annual Esri International User Conference. Held in San Diego, California, during the month of July, the mission of the EdUC is to support and promote the use of geographic information systems in educational research, instruction, administration, and policy. Over the years, it has grown into a sizable and popular event for those involved in using and teaching GIS in the greater educational community. This includes school teachers, youth program leaders, colleg ...

Esri International User Conference

Produced by the Environmental Systems Research Institute, the Esri International User Conference is the worlds largest event dedicated to geographic information system technology. It is held annually in the United States, usually for one week in July at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The Esri UC dates back to 1981. In 2008, conference attendance grew to more than 14.000 attendees. The conference offers more than 600 GIS user presentation sessions, 300 exhibitors, 275 technical workshops, 100 special interest, regional, and user group meetings, and 600 map posters ...


GISCorps, founded in 2003, is a program initiated by the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association that offers volunteer GIS services to under-served developing communities worldwide. This volunteer based organization is headed by a team of professionals trained in urban and regional development. GISCorps has approximately 1.000 volunteers located in five continents and prepared to work on both domestic and international projects. Their services are used for supplementing humanitarian relief, enhancing environmental analysis and fostering economic as well as community development. ...


Created in 1986, IGN FI is the private subsidiary of the French IGN and works essentially abroad. Its goal is to promote the savoir-faire of the French IGN around the world. A company specialising in geographic information, IGN FI intervenes in numerous fields, both in its core business of cartography as well as in the fields of environment, agriculture, urban planning, civil security land management. IGN FI is involved in all levels of project preparation: Geodesy - Metrology - Cartography - Databases Acquisition: aerial photography, satellite images, field surveys, geodetic networks. Dat ...

Instituto de Estadistica y Cartografia de Andalucia

Instituto de Estadistica y Cartografia de Andalucia is a public organization which coordinates and announces statistics and cartography in Andalucia. In 2019 it was named Elena Manzanera Diaz as the directress.

Open Geospatial Consortium

The Open Geospatial Consortium, an international voluntary consensus standards organization, originated in 1994. In the OGC, more than 500 commercial, governmental, nonprofit and research organizations worldwide collaborate in a consensus process encouraging development and implementation of open standards for geospatial content and services, sensor web and Internet of Things, GIS data processing and data sharing.

Open Source Geospatial Foundation

The Open Source Geospatial Foundation, is a non-profit non-governmental organization whose mission is to support and promote the collaborative development of open geospatial technologies and data. The foundation was formed in February 2006 to provide financial, organizational and legal support to the broader Free and open-source geospatial community. It also serves as an independent legal entity to which community members can contribute code, funding and other resources. OSGeo draws governance inspiration from several aspects of the Apache Foundation, including a membership composed of ind ...

Society for Conservation GIS

The Society for Conservation Geographic Information Systems is an international non-profit society with around 1000 members in 80 countries. It originated in the USA in 1997 and at first grew to around 300 US members drawn from many of Americas premier conservation organizations, united around a common concept of how technology can best be used to help non-profit conservationists worldwide. SCGIS adopts a broad view of conservation, the members and programs include native and first nations peoples, environmental justice programs and sustainable development. The Gordon and Betty Moore Found ...


ⓘ Geographic information systems organizations

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  • and Geographic Information Systems London: Taylor and Francis Ghose 2001 Sieber, R. 2006. Public Participation and Geographic Information Systems A Literature
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  • Information Systems Association URISA is a non - profit association of professionals using geographic information systems GIS and other information
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