Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Highlights of the city include the famous Chattanooga Aquarium

The 2007 TNGIC CONFERENCE in Chattanooga is the premier GIS event for anyone involved with GIS in the state of Tennessee. The event will feature over 40 vendors with over 400 attendees and will run this April 17-18 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. If you would like to meet people in the GIS field and interact with the newest vendors and technology make sure to book the event early for the best prices. If you are submitting a paper, check with the website for deadlines and contact info.

Presentations: Planned and confirmed presentations include submissions by County and Local Government (Wilson County, Rutherford County, Hamilton County), State Government (OIR GIS Services, TWRA, TDEC), Federal Government (USGS, TVA, USFWS, Dept of Agriculture, Homeland Security, U.S. Census), Education (UT Knoxville, UT Chattanooga, Delta State University, MTSU, Austin Peay) and Private Industry (ESRI, Earth Data, GeoJobe)

Some special events to keep to book early include:

  • ESRI 2-Day Introduction to ArcGIS Server Course, taught by ESRI Instructor
  • Mobile GIS Fundamentals

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