Geo Week – 2019 – Have You Made Your Plans?

Geo Week – 2019 is just a short two months out, particularly if you take out the holidays. By combining ILMF, MAPPS and ASPRS, Denver, CO is going to be the geospatial place to be the week of January 25 – 31, 2019.

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Geo Week 2019

Geo Week – 2019 will commence on January 25th, 2019 with the start of the MAPPS Winter Conference which will run from January 25th until January 28th. Geo – Week 2019 continues with the start of both International LiDAR Mapping Forum and ASPRS Annual Conference on Monday, January 28th. These events will run concurrently with a single exhibit hall and inclusive social activities. ILMF will close on the evening of January 30th and ASPRS Annual Conference will conclude with post-conference workshops on January 31st.

All the education, networking, and business carried out at MAPPS, ILMF, and ASPRS can now be accomplished in just one week! The challenge is to clone yourself so you can attend all three. Now that would be some software.

Lisa Murray, Group Director for Diversified Communications, expressed her excitement about the opportunity. “ In 2018 we took a giant step forward with the successful co-location between ILMF and the ASPRS Annual Conference. With the addition of MAPPS in 2019, Geo – Week 2019 is the next step in the evolution toward a cohesive, vendor-neutral event for the entire geospatial community.”

Karen Schuckman, Program Manager for ASPRS, expressed her excitement about the collaboration. “ASPRS is thrilled to be a founding partner, along with ILMF and MAPPS, of Geo Week – 2019. Geo Week promises to become the geospatial event of the year for those who are most passionate about mapping and remote sensing in all forms: space-based, airborne, and UAS.”

Brian Raber, President of MAPPS, added: “On behalf of the Board of Directors and industry-leading firms of MAPPS, I am very excited to be an integral part of Geo – Week 2019. Co-locating our annual Winter Conference with ASPRS and ILMF clearly demonstrates that the new direction of MAPPS embraces creating unity in the geospatial community”.

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