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Agricultural GIS Users' Group - Ag-GIS We would like to introduce you to Ag-GIS, a users group dealing with GIS(Geographic Information Systems) as applied to Agriculultural problems. If you are interested in current issues raised by your fellow users and would like to participate in the Ag-Users list-server, you can open a link which will post your mail to the list-server. You may find the info you were looking for here! 2
Autodesk User Group International Some 40,000 members strong, AUGI represents the voice of Autodesk product users. People just like you, who use Autodesk products every day. AUGI serves its members by presenting programs and information that will enhance their use of Autodesk products. In addition, AUGI delivers the voice of the user community to Autodesk, thus assisting Autodesk in product development and giving users a say in the process. 4
Autodesk User Group International AUGI is the Autodesk User Group International, officially recognized by Autodesk as representing the Autodesk user community. AUGI has two prime directives. The first is to assist its members by presenting programs and information that will enhance their use of Autodesk products. The second is to deliver the voice of the user community to Autodesk, thus assisting Autodesk in product development and giving users a say in the process. 1
AvisMap GIS Engine AvisMap GIS Engine is a comprehensive SDK for the development of custom GIS applications and solutions. This SDK provides several ActiveX (OCX) controls which support Visual Basic, VB.NET, C#, Visual C++ and other ActiveX compatible programming languages, with Microsoft Visual Studio versions 6, 2003, 2005, and Express. Supports .NET via COM. 6
Charlotte-Metropolitan GIS User Group The primary purpose of the Charlotte-Metropolitan GIS User Group will be to educate and discover ways to improve GIS technology. The GIS User Group will help to encourage development of leadership roles, growth in GIS capabilities, promote employee succession and encourage further responsibilities. The GIS User Group has a goal to strengthen partnerships and create more areas of collaboration. The GIS User Group will have the authority to put together and market recommendations to other existing GIS leadership teams. Two events are held annually. 11
Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI) Create digital maps that display a wide range of cultural material by using place and time as a common element 2
ESRI Regional User Groups Several user groups and specialty industry groups exist independently of ESRI and meet throughout the year to share information, data, tips on software usage, and project news. These groups are open to all users of ESRI software and include regional groups within the United States and outside the United States. 12
ESRI Regional User Groups Participating in a user group is a great way to meet people like yourself who use ESRI software and want to share information, data, software tips, and project experiences. User groups are typically based on location or a specific industry. 3
GIS Users Groups in Central Florida Local GIS users groups offer an excellent opportunity to exchange information, technical expertise, and data among agencies, and to create better working relationships. For several years, a number of local GIS groups in Central Florida have been meeting with positive results. 0
GISMO GISMO is New York Metropolitan Area's largest GIS users group, with over 400 members from city, state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations and the private sector. GISMO meetings are held every six weeks at the Fund for the City of New York, 121 Sixth Avenue, Sixth Floor. 2
Long Island GIS Users Group LIGIS was formewd to enhance communication and cooperation among GIS professionals on Long Island. 0
Maine GIS User Group The Maine GIS User Group is an organization of people like you. It is an organization dedicated to providing a forum for the exchange of information and ideas between you and other members like you. The only way it can be successful is if you participate. Whether that means attending meetings, presenting an interesting topic or project, or assisting in a workshiop, you can make a valuable contribution to the success of the organization. If you have any ideas for conference topics, articles for our newsletter, or wish to present an interesting project, we encourage you to contact us. Your participation is greatly appreciated. 1
MapInfo User Groups Business leaders in the U.S. and around the world are gathering to talk about how they are making MapInfo tools work for them. Learn valuable technical tips; share knowledge about applications, data, and services; and meet other leading professionals from the wide range of fields. 7
Midwest/Great Lakes Arc Users The Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS) is part of the Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The Survey is located in the Natural Resources Building on the University's 700-acre campus. This central Illinois location (map and driving directions) is just 130 miles south of Chicago. It is a cultural and educational center that is ranked as one of the top ten "high-tech" cities in the U.S. The area provides the attractive combination of small-city convenience and quality of life with ready access to world-class laboratory and academic facilities, Big Ten athletic events, and internationally acclaimed cultural opportunities. 0
Missouri GIS User Groups Scattered across the state of Missouri are people who use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in their daily activities to better manage Missouri's resources. Groups have been formed to precipitate networking and education for those users of GIS. GIS Conferences offer a broader range of contacts with other GIS professionals and the GIS vendor community. 2
Northeast Arc Users Group The Northeast Arc Users Group (NEARC) is one of several independent regional organizations that represent users of Geographic Information System (GIS) software developed by Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) of Redlands, California. ESRI software includes, among other things, such well-known GIS products as Arc/Info and ArcView. NEARC was formed in 1986; the geographic area encompassed by the group includes New England, New York and New Jersey, with some participation from users in Pennsylvania and Delaware. 2
Northeast Arc Users Group The Northeast Arc Users Group (NEARC) is one of several independent regional organizations that represent users of Geographic Information System (GIS) software developed by Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) of Redlands, California. ESRI software includes, among other things, such well-known GIS products as Arc/Info and ArcView. NEARC was formed in 1986; the geographic area encompassed by the group includes New England, New York and New Jersey, with some participation from users in Pennsylvania and Delaware. 0
SoCalGIS Local Government GIS User Group SoCalGIS is a local government GIS user group serving Los Angeles County and Orange County area municipalities and local government agencies. 1
The MicroStation Community Infrastructure professionals, educators, and students rely on Bentley-empowered (Be) programs for news, technical information, training, and other resources to help them succeed. From online professional networking to user group gatherings, these programs provide a broad array of networking and educational opportunities. 0
The New York City Arc User Group NYCARC is a group for local users of ESRI software in the New York Area. The purpose of the group is to exchange information, problem solve, build contacts, and socialize with other Arc users. All level of users are welcome. 0
The University of Arizona Geographic Information Systems User Group The University of Arizona Geographic Information Systems User Group (UAGIS), formerly the University of Arizona ARC/INFO User Group (UAAIUG), was established in 1994 to develop a forum for faculty, staff and students at the University of Arizona to share knowledge and ideas pertaining to Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) software applications. Members of the UAGIS Group reside in different department, schools and colleges throughout the university. 1
University of Birmingham GIS User Group From 1900 to the present day, we’ve been leading the way in research and education, making ground-breaking progress in areas that span industries such as gene structure, medicine, space research and communications. Excellent sporting facilities, a busy calendar of social events and a global reputation for teaching makes Birmingham a great place to study – and we’re proud of the calibre of our academic community. 4
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