GIS in the Rockies is the Rocky Mountain West’s premier geospatial information and technology conference. The conference offers opportunities for industry professionals to learn more about geospatial technology issues and business-centric strategies supporting every vertical market touched by the geospatial industry. Historically, attendees have included representatives from local, state, and federal government, the utilities industry, environmental services, land surveying professionals, the oil and gas industry, students, educational practitioners, and retail and business marketing professionals. Whether you are a seasoned GIS professional or are new to the industry, GIS in the Rockies Conference will offer industry insights and opportunities for everyone.
Local chapters of the following member professional societies are involved in conference planning: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS), GIS Colorado (GISCO), Professional Land Surveyors of Colorado (PLSC), and Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA).
The conference is organized by the GIS in the Rockies Planning Committee. The planning committee generally consists of volunteer GIS professionals who currently work in the industry — although the committee is not limited to GIS professionals. If you are interested in joining the planning committee or have questions about the committee, please contact us.