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February 9-11, 2020 in Long Beach

Featuring not-to-miss workshops, training, and more than 70 speakers presenting on important topics such as Framework Data, Next Gen 911, Artificial Intelligence, High Speed Rail, and Personal Branding for GIS Professionals.

In addition, we're pleased to present this important conversation, over lunch on Monday, February 10: 
Smarter Government for the Information Age, leveraging geospatial capacity to improve decision-making:
A Fireside Chat with: 

  • Martin O’Malley, former Governor of Maryland and Mayor of Baltimore
  • Michael Wilkening, Special Advisor on Innovation and Digital Services to Governor Gavin Newsom
  • Amy Tong, Chief Information Officer (CIO), State of California
Reserve your hotel room by January 18 for the discounted rate. All the great information may be found at https://www.urisa.org/calgis
 
 
After a break for the holidays, our 3rd-Tuesday Mappy Hour is Back at Sacrament Brewing/Burgers & Brew on J @ 16th.

< Look for this sign to find us. No mapping, just networking with other GIS professionals.
(We usually get there by 5:30 p.m.)

Stop by and catch up on GIS chat!
Workshop: Designing Visually Accessible Maps
January 30, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in West Sacramento
Maps tell a story, and should be usable and understandable to everyone. This means making design choices from the start that consider users with different situations such as color vision deficiency and visual impairments, motor impairments, cognitive disabilities and conditions, considering cultural understandings, and much more. We will create beautiful and accessible maps to help your map’s viewers understand the content you aim to share.

This full day workshop will highlight color, patterns, aerial photo usage, and more. We will go through resources, and guides to incorporate accessibility into your map products right away. Content is focused on cartography, static maps (e.g., PNG, or PDF-based), and web maps. Participants will learn ways to make their maps digitally accessible. Material will be presented at a beginner level; all audiences welcome!
Read all about it and register at this site: https://tinyurl.com/AccessibleMapsSignUp
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