Friday, April 28th There will be a wide range of presentations from local GIS programs and industry-leading geospatial representatives. Will be held at Brookhaven Town Hall For more information, check out our Facebook page We look forward to seeing you!
Mark your calendar! 2022 Long Island GIS Virtual Fall User Conference
Wednesday, November 16th This will be the largest virtual gathering of geospatial professionals on Long Island! There will be a wide range of presentations from a range of local GIS programs and industry-leading geospatial representatives. For more information check out our Facebook page We look forward to seeing you!
Diamond Visionics looking for Expert in 3D
We are Diamond Visionics, a developer of flight simulation software located in Vestal, NY, right next to Binghamton University. We are looking to hire someone who is an expert in creating 3d models of buildings with GIS software. This position may start as part time before becoming permanent. Please forward your […]
Why a Russian Invasion of Ukraine Would Be a Big Test for Google Maps
In 2014, six weeks after Russia invaded the Crimea, Google Maps took a major step, one that the United States, United Nations, and international community still refuse to take: it recognized the Crimea as Russian territory—but only on some versions of the product.
Long Island GIS Virtual Conference RECORDINGS
LIGIS YouTube Channel
Podcast: Access to Data – making room for unexpected contributors
Frank Winters, NYS GIO, recorded a podcast with Daniel O’Donohue, host of the MapScaping podcast channel for the geospatial community.
GISCI 2021 Map Contest NOW OPEN – Competitions for Students AND Professionals
GISCI’s annual map competition is now accepting submissions. Showcase your cartographic creativity, spatial analysis skills, and geospatial data savvy through a topic of your choosing!
2020 Fall LIGIS Virtual User Conference Recording
2020 Fall User Conference Recording
GISCI Official Practice Exam
Number of trained US geodesists at crisis level
The shortage of American geodesists poses a significant economic risk for the U.S. Europe and China train many more geodesists than the US. There are very few geodetic science programs in the U.S. today, and education in geodetic proficiencies has been fragmented.