CT GIS Network Discord Channel has launched Join today! https://discord.gg/9U3FmbfZ
Seeking Presentations for 2022 GIS Day. Register today through the GIS Registration Link. https://forms.gle/mJYvsprFZyQkwYm3A
CT GIS Network September 2022 Meeting – Utility and Regional Theme
Where: 6 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770. On the second floor. Parking Available in front. See picture below
When: Friday September 2, 2022
Optional Virtual Registration: Not as exciting but it is available and convenient! https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ouFz5pVDQc-yuWC-bzhl9w
08:30 – 09:00 Networking Social Time (In person feature only)
09:00 – 09:30 Electric Vehicle & Photovoltaic Hosting Capacity Maps at United Illuminating. Juan Lluberes & Timothy Michalowski, Avangrid
09:30 – 10:00 CTDOT MS4 Drainage Network Mapping, Jeremy Wilcox, CTDOT
10:00 – 10:30 Broadband Mapping in Connecticut. David Lukens, Office of Policy and Management
10:30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 11:30 GIS data development through agile project management. Mark Goetz. Right of Way Management
11:30 – 12:00 GIS and Broadband — a perfect marriage! Bill Johnson, AppGeo (virtual presentation)
12:00 – 12:15 Steering Committee Meeting
The May 2022 GIS Network Meeting was held on May 27th. Visit the “Meetings” page to view the recording.
DEEP has finally launched the state’s first GIS Open Data site. This open data site is the first agency hub site that will be tied into a statewide GeoHub for all agencies, as well as the State’s Open Data portal. Stuart DeLand and Bill Toussaint were instrumental in getting the DEEP Open Data site launched. This site will replace the legacy DEEP GIS Data Download page effective October 1. You can view the new DEEP GIS Open Data site here:
Join us, Friday, June 26 2020 for a virtual, online CT GIS network meeting.
A draft/working agenda is located here.
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Meeting number (access code): 161 186 8102
Meeting password: D2mmPsfBt92
The CT GIS Network is actively working together to post relevant and helpful information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. To view a list of resources, visit this page.
Calling all GIS Artists!
The CT GIS Network is hosting a logo design contest!
Our website (www.ctgis.uconn.edu), and our social media pages could use a logo that will identify us as a professional organization. We don’t have specific design criteria, only those that make sense (ie: State of CT outline, not California 😊)
Format: High Resolution (600dpi) .esp/.jpg/.png in both color and black and white versions. Backgrounds should be transparent.
Submission Deadline: October 31, 2019
The winner/ and the reveal will be announced at GIS Day 2019 held at Eastern CT State University, and announced/credited on our website and social media.
Please send submissions to Aaron Nash, NASHA001@hartford.gov
The Connecticut GIS Network would like to invite you to the second quarterly Network Meeting featuring a free ArcGIS User Seminar at Central Connecticut State University in the Willard-DiLoretto Lecture Hall 001 on THURSDAY June 13th, at 8:00am. The event is sponsored by the CCSU Office of Continuing Education.
The meeting will begin with recent updates from the CT GIS User Network committees and then continue with the ESRI Seminar. This half-day seminar will cover the latest advancements with ArcGIS, give you some tips and tricks, and focus on ways to maximize the use of the technology. The seminar also includes several live demonstrations of many pieces of the platform.
Due to room capacity, registration is required for this event.
Free parking can be found in the Welte Parking Garage located at 30 Welte Drive, New Britain, CT, and the Student Center parking lot located at 105 Ella T. Grasso Blvd, New Britain, CT. Allow 15 minutes from parking to walk to Willard DiLoretto Lecture Hall.
REGISTER HERE https://bit.ly/2VNpMxf
Please SAVE THE DATE! The Connecticut GIS User to User Network will hold its second quarterly meeting of 2019, on THURSDAY, June 13, 2019, on the Campus of Central Connecticut State University. The meeting will include the ESRI 2019 “Road Show” LIVE USER SEMINAR! Additional details to follow.