The members of the Executive Committee, the Program Committee and the Vendor Committee express our sincere thanks to the attendees, speakers, volunteers and exhibitors at the 2013 NC GIS Conference. We are especially grateful to the 45 vendors that exhibited. See the list at the Exhibitors page.
Enjoy the Conference in Pictures!
Conference Evaluation Survey - Please take a few minutes to respond to the Evaluation Survey. Your comments and evaluations will help us prepare for the 2015 NC GIS Conference.
Attendance. Attendance topped 1,000 for the first time! Thanks and congratulations to the NC GIS Community! View a map of conference participants, by county, state and by type of employer.
Presentation PowerPoints. Visit the Conference Proceedings page to view pdf files of presentations that were provided by speakers. If you are a speaker and have not provided your PowerPoint, please send to Jeff Brown.
View the Enterprise GIS Sutras, developed on the spot by the panelists in the Enterprise GIS Management Sutras session on Thursday, 1:30-3:00.
Read the Crystal Ball session predictions for the World of GIS in 2015.
Congratualtions to the winners of the 2013 G. Herbert Stout Award for Visionary Use of GIS by Local Government in North Carolina. CLick on the title to read about the application.
County Government (tie)
Moore County. "Hydraulic Distribution Water Modeling Using GIS"
City or Town Government
Town of Cary. "Georeferenced Link to Infrastructure Records"
Regional Government or Local/Regional Authority
Greenville Utilities. "Greenville Utilities Commission, GIS Anywhere and Everywhere"
Poster Session Winners
Congratulations ot the winners of the Posters Session.
First Place. "GIS Tool for Estimating Waste Generated by a Radiological Incident," Timothy Boe, Us Environmental Protection Agency
Second Place. “City of Greensboro Building Permit Activity,” Todd Hayes, City of Greensboro
First Place. “Coupling Eye Tracking and ArcGIS: We Can Read Your Mind,” Stewart Rouse, Rahul Bhosie and Dr. Laura Tateosian, NC State University Center for Earth Observation
Second Place. “Wake County Growing Parcel by Parcel,” Eric John and Carter Vickery, Wake County GIS