By all accounts, the 2014 Texas GIS Forum was the best yet! Your participation and enthusiasm generated an unprecedented level of energy. We couldn’t be more pleased.
Enjoy photos from the event below, and visit the Agenda page to view available presentations from this year's forum.
We hope you had an ah-ha moment because you learned about a new idea or concept. Ideally you’ll take your projects to the next level as a result.
A special thank you to all sponsors and contributors who helped to make the Forum so successful. Specifically we want to thank the Platinum Sponsors: ESRI, Quantum Spatial, and AppGeo – for their generous support and participation.
We hope you had a great time and that you will join us again next October. Thanks to you, the Texas GIS Forum continues to gain momentum and emerge as one the top geospatial events in the country.<
Until next year, Richard Wade Director, TNRIS
Attendance in Big Tex was at capacity for keynotes, tech demos and presenters.
TWDB board member Kathleen Jackson welcomes attendees to the forum.
Wednesday's keynote, Historian Jeremi Suri, discussed nation-state building as a mapping project.
Board member Jackson chats with Kim Ludeke from Texas Parks & Wildlife.
Sara Davis presents on redrawing police district boundaries in the Balcones Room
Jonathan Farmer, the GIS manager for the City of Stafford and a former TNRIS intern, presents his work building GIS program for the city.
Board member Jackson tries out the Liquid Galaxy display, a big hit with attendees at this year's forum.
A man pointing at an area near his hometown.
Scott Wolter discusses the Serpent Mound in front of the liquid galaxy.
An HDR rep talks to a forum attendee
At the Quantum Spatial booth.
The Areo Hawk at the Flightline Geographics booth
Jim Scott from AppGeo presents during their tech demo.
Tatiana Perry discusses Open Source QGIS
The GIS Roundtable with agency representatives closes out the forum.
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