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UW-Madison Geospatial Summit attracts attendees from around the state

The UW-Madison Geospatial Alliance hosted another successful Geospatial Summit this year. The event, held at Union South on Monday, April 20, 2015, attracted people from locations around the state. Over 100 people registered for the event.

2015 summit

 

While primarily an academic conference, there is strong interest on the part of government agencies, private companies, non-profits, and the general public. Representatives from various UW system campuses were also present.

This was the sixth annual Geospatial Summit. The event began at 11am with Dr. Nick Chrisman’s keynote address followed by thirteen, 20-minute sessions by faculty, staff, students, and members of the state’s geospatial community. The event concluded at 3pm with Dr. David Cowen’s keynote address.

Click here to view the slideshows for the keynotes.

For those of you who did attend, please take a moment and fill out our online “evaluation form” to better help us plan for next year’s event.

For those of you unable to attend this year, we hope to see you at the 2016 Summit. Stay tuned as relevant information will be posted on the Geospatial Alliance and SCO websites as the date draws closer.