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Texas GIS Forum

October 21-25, 2024

The Texas GIS Forum provides geospatial professionals with the knowledge, connections, and experience to navigate new challenges, emerging trends and the latest technology.

Over five days in the state capital, geospatial professionals will have the chance to hear dozens of inspiring presentations, attend expert-led workshops, and exchange ideas with peers from across the state.

Together, we can shape the future of the GIS landscape in Texas.

Map Gallery

Submission Deadline: Friday, August 30, 2024 at 5:00 p.m.

Submit your innovative digital maps and showcase your creativity at the Forum. Whether you're a student, just starting out in your career, or an experienced professional, your submissions are welcomed. If accepted, your digital geographic products will be displayed alongside peer cartographers and will inspire hundreds of fellow attendees!

 

Submit A Digital Map Product

Pricing

Full Registration

Government Rates

Early

$400

Standard

$450

Late

$475

Industry Rates

Early

$475

Standard

$525

Late

$575

Student Rate

Flat fee

$75

One Day Registration

Government Rate

Standard

$325

Industry Rate

Standard

$375

Student Rate

Flat fee

$75

 

Workshops

4-Hour session

Flat fee $150 each

7-Hour session

Flat fee $300 each

Conference Workshop passes are sold separately and do not include sessions, exhibits, or meals.

Keynote Speaker

Albert Lin

Host of National Geographic’s "Lost Cities Revealed"

Albert Lin

Host of National Geographic's Lost Cities Revealed 

 

Albert Lin is, quite literally, a modern-day high-tech explorer, blurring the boundaries between man and machine while redefining how we explore our own humanity. He stands out as one of the most prominent and versatile amputees worldwide, having lost his leg in 2016. Lin maintains a relentless quest into the farthest reaches of our planet, employing a technologist’s approach to unearth captivating stories of both humanity and the natural world.

Nick Buettner

Blue Zones Vice President

Nick Buettner

Blue Zones Vice President


Nick’s role as Blue Zones Vice President is to bring the longevity lessons from areas like Ikaria, Greece, Nicoya, Costa Rica, and Okinawa, Japan to a larger audience, positively impacting the health of millions of people. As a speaker, he shares both the encouraging real data about the blue zones areas and their habits and practices as well as his own personal anecdotes about his conversations with these amazing people. He confesses that a 104 year old woman told him she feels sexier at her age than she did at 103. It’s these stories that make his feature presentations so engaging while spreading crucial health guidance to help everyone live a better, longer life.

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