GIS Professionnel Avril 2017

Vous lirez dans ce numéro :

  • SATSUMMIT: Open, engaging, informative and diverse was
    how Steven Ramage found the SatSummit in Washington D.C.
  • GEO BUSINESS 2017 PREVIEW
    Event chair, Steven Eglinton invites geospatial professionals to two days of conferences,
    workshops and exhibitions.
  • GEOGRAPHY COMES OF AGE
    The editor talks to Dr Rita Gardner CBE, Director of the Royal Geographical Society
    (with IBG).
  • GIS: AGI’S WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES
    For professional support for your GIS career joining the AGI is essential. Chair of AGI Council Abigail Page explains the possibilities.
  • THE FUTURE OF GEOSPATIAL EDUCATION
    GIS Professionals need to diversify their skills and quickly learn emerging technologies,
    argues Patrick Rickles.
  • COMBINING THEORY AND PRACTICE
    The university of Aberdeen has an enviable reputation for geoscience, GIS teaching and research. Dr David Green explains.
  • THE PROFESSIONALS VIEWS
    GiSPro contacted leading professionals from around the world for their views on the current state of GIS education.
  • EDUCATION & TRAINING FOR ALL
    GIS courses, MSc’s and undergrad degrees to short one or two day events to familiarise yourself with a particular aspect of GIS.

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