An Introduction to Location Intelligence by Bryant Ralston, Pitney Bowes (presentation not available)
An Overview of Options Your Data and The Montana CadNSDI by Maya Daurio, Montana State Library Geographic Information
Database Efficiency, Polygon Size, and the Interpretation of Mapped Vegetation Characteristics by Robert Ahl, PhD, RedCastle Resources Inc/USFS Northern Region Geospatial Group
Effective Use of Mapping in Growth Policy Development by David Corcoran, Montana Department of Commerce, Community Development Division
Geoprocessing Procedures for Querying Wetland/Riparian Attributes and Importing Geometry into the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) by Maya Daurio, Montana State Library Geographic Information
GISP Update by Leslie Zolman, Montana Department of Commerce, Census & Economic Information Center
High Accuracy GNSS alongside iOS and Android devices for GIS Data Collection by Jackson Beighle, Electronic Data Solutions
Humanitarian GIS and the Ebola Outbreak by Leslie Zolman, Montana Department of Commerce, Census & Economic Information Center
It’s Time to Start Planning for NextGen 9-1-1 in Montana Session by Michael Fashoway, Lisa Kelly, Jason Horning and Annette Cabrera - Links to presentations and recordings are available.
Leveraging Multi-sensor Precipitation Data for Environmental Monitoring in Remote Areas of Eastern Montana and Wyoming by Bryan Swindell, SWCA Environmental Consultants
MAGIP Board Update by Meghan Burns, MAGIP President
Status of the Montana Geographic Names Framework by Gerry Daumiller, Montana State Library Geographic Information
The Park County Atlas: A Transition from Static to Interactive Geospatial Data by Henry Hansen, Park County
The Survey Grade Accuracy World meets GIS and LiDAR (A Planning, Right of Way and Design Tool) by Wallace Gladstone, Northern Engineering & Consulting, Inc. and Hunter Simpkins, Robert Peccia & Associates Inc.
What You Need to Know about Map Projections by Gerry Daumiller, Montana State Library Geographic Information
Working with Attachments from ArcGIS Collector by Hunter Simpkins, Robert Peccia & Associates Inc. (presentation not available)
Table Space will be provided to those vendors who would like to display their latest products and services.
Tables will be assigned on a First-come, first-served (FCFS) Basis. When registering, please indicate that you are an exhibitor
We have reserved a block of rooms from May 11-15 at the Best Western and Sleep Inn under "MAGIP". Reservations for the reserved rooms must be made by April 23, 2015. The block of rooms are no longer available!
Call the hotels directly to receive the MAGIP discount:
Best Western War Bonnet Inn
1015 South Haynes Ave. Miles City MT 59301
406 234-4560406 234-4560
Fifteen (15) state per diem rate rooms ($83.00) have been reserved under MAGIP. You must show your state ID to receive discounted rate.
Sleep Inn & Suites
1006 S. Haynes Avenue, Miles City MT USA 59301
406 232-3000406 232-3000
Ten (10) rooms at a nightly rate of $83.00 have been reserved under MAGIP. You do not have to be a state employee to receive this rate. All cancellations must be made 21 days prior to arrival date.