Videos from 2014 WLIA plenary sessions now posted online Print
By Jim Lacy   
February 19, 2014

If you couldn't attend the 2014 WLIA Annual Conference in Middleton last week, you missed some great plenary presentations on Thursday and Friday mornings.  Yours truly recorded the sessions, so I'd appreciate any feedback you have on the videos.  The quality isn't great due to the lighting in the room (and my videographer skills), but it's passable!

 

Conference Welcome by DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp

 

 

“Open Data — how releasing publicly held data can transform the places we live.”

Keynote Address by Scott Resnick, City of Madison Alder and Vice President of Hardin Design & Development  

 

 

Update on WI Department of Administration Activities

Ed Eberle (Division of Intergovernmental Relations) and David Cagigal (State CIO)

 

 

“The Return of Choice in Geospatial: How open data, open source and a best of breed outlook create new opportunities.”

Plenary Presentation by Michael Terner, Executive Vice President from Applied Geographics, Inc. 

 

 

“Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), the Maker Movement, Crowd Sourced Fund Raising & The Social Good - Showcasing a sUAS Project and Its Impact on Geographic Literacy.”

Plenary Presentation by Paul Braun, Vice President of Sales and Marketing from Continental Mapping Consultants