GCS will be in attendance at the 2022 Big Sky GeoCon in downtown Missoula, Montana from April 4-7th. This year’s theme for the conference is “Better Together”.
The Montana Association of Geographic Information Professionals (MAGIP) is a non-profit professional association that works to identify and support the strengths of its members, find solutions to individual and collective problems, and address the needs of the Montana GIS community as a whole. The Association has over 200 active members from every level of GIS expertise, and from many different professional fields. Big Sky GeoCon serves as MAGIP’s and Montana’s key geospatial networking event.
It is anticipated that a diverse group of geospatial technology users and professionals will be in attendance, representing: federal, state, tribal, local government, university/educational, nonprofit, and private business sectors. Big Sky GeoCon attendees embody a wide variety of professions including natural resources, agriculture, utilities, geospatial services, mining, and timber.
The conference will cover a broader spectrum of content including analytics, data acquisition, data science, and how geospatial technology augments them all. The 2022 Big Sky GeoCon will be a great event to showcase GCS’ technology and services to a diverse audience.
For more information, please contact our GCS Team.