Welcome!The Connecticut GIS User to User Network is a voluntary association of individuals and organizations that use GIS-based technologies and data. The Network's purpose is to connect users, learn about GIS activities, explore collaborations and discover information resources - all of which promote a dynamic and innovative community of GIS users. The Network is not affiliated with commercial software, data or service providers. Membership is free and is open to all.
Next Meeting is Friday, March 31
The next meeting of the CT GIS User Network will be Friday, March 31 at the Metropolitan District Training Center in Hartford.
- Network Business
* By-Law Revision
* Election of Steering Committee members
- 2016 Imagery/Lidar Project Update
More details coming! Check back soon.
Over 60 GIS professionals, vendors, enthusiasts and students came out to celebrate CT GIS Day on Wednesday, November 16 at Southern Connecticut State University. Many thanks to everyone would made it such a successful event! Please check out the GIS DAY page for a full recap.
— CT GIS User to User (@CT_GIS_U2U) November 16, 2016
Have an interesting topic or something to present? Email one of the officers.
CT GIS User Network to Serve as Advisor for Statewide GIS Matters
On May 6th the Connecticut GIS User to User Network received a letter from the State of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management indicating that the Connecticut GIS User to User Network will be officially consulted for recommendations in an advisory capacity for statewide GIS matters. Specifically, this will initially include assisting in revising and updating the former GIS Council's Strategic and Business Plans, updating the former GIS Council's Cadastral data standard and the development of an address point data standard. The U2U Executive and Steering Committees have been involved in the discussions leading to this step and have begun making organizational changes to accommodate this important charge such as the formation of three additional Committees: Education, Standards and Communications. We are also looking to expand the membership of the Steering committee to better reflect our membership and statewide GIS needs.
Please join us at our next meeting to hear about the next steps in this process as well as provide your knowledge and experience in developing the policies and standards that are needed to help develop statewide GIS policies, datasets and resources that are important to you and your organization. There will be an opportunity for you to volunteer you time, knowledge and experience in making this a reality.
Aerial Basemapping Data Collection Project Survey
We Need Your Help!
The Connecticut GIS User to User Network is conducting this survey in order to better inform policy makers of the importance of Aerial Basemapping to a variety of organizations. The survey is intended to identify which municipalities or other organizations have funded and conducted aerial basemapping data collection project(s) at a municipality scale or larger extent. We are interested in orthophotography, Lidar, photogrammetric basemapping, oblique aerials, and any other aerial based data acquisition projects. This will help aid in bolstering needs for potential future statewide aerial basemapping projects. Even if your agency has not conducted such projects, it is important to know this as well.
Please take the survey and pass it on to anyone who might have input to share.
Please let us know if you have any questions or if you are having troubles with the survey. Please feel free to contact myself or anyone else on the Steering Committee if you have questions.
GIS Day Recap
Thank you for making CT GIS Day a success!
Visit the GIS Day event page for a full recap of the day.
We're already looking ahead to GIS Day 2017. If you would like to help, please contact our Education chair, Cary Chadwick.
Recent Committee Notes
Contact the Standards Committee chair, Eric Lindquist with questions.
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