NEURISA Day 2018
NEURISA's annual one day fall conference will be held on Monday, October 15th at the
Wylie Inn & Conference Center, located on the campus of Endicott College, Beverly, MA
Early Bird Registration ends August 31st!
Vendor Sponsorship Opportunities
Do you have a presentation or workshop that you would like to present at NEURISA Day? The abstract deadline is
September 15, 2018.
Submit your abstract now!
We will be having a Poster/Web Application Competition. Submit here!
NEURISA Day 2018 Story Map for details.
Keep an eye out for September Mappy Hours!
Trainings – Webinars – Workshops
Modernizing the National Spatial Reference System in 2022 Webinar
1:00 PM EDT August 31st, 2018
In 2022, the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) will replace all components of the National Spatial Reference System (NSRS), including NAD 83 and NAVD 88, with a new system that
is geocentric, time-dependent and not reliant upon passive control. Every survey, map or geolocation created today will be incompatible with the new system by as much as 4 meters, depending on where in the United States you are working. This misalignment could
apply to every latitude and/or longitude and/or height in your work.
In order to assist users in understanding and adapting to the new system, two technical reports were released by NGS in 2017, under the title “Blueprint for 2022”, with a third, companion report in the works. The first two reports provide the scientific and
definitional aspects of four new time-dependent terrestrial reference frames and their companion “geopotential datum” (replacing and expanding upon the historic concept of a “vertical datum”). The third report will focus on the user community and how it can
work within this new paradigm of time-dependent geodetic control.
This talk will focus on all of the changes to expect in the future and ways that all geospatial professionals can adapt and thrive in the new system.
ESRI Do-It-Yourself GEO Apps MOOC (Massive Open Online Course)
John Shramek, ESRI
September 5th - October 3rd, 2018
Anyone can build apps on the ArcGIS Platform.
You don't have to be a software developer to build valuable geo-enabled apps that make your communities smarter and businesses more successful. This course will show you how to combine location and narrative in one application to better communicate and broadcast
your story, create custom web applications that solve problems in your community, and build powerful native applications for iOS and Android devices without touching a piece of code. If you are a developer, you'll be interested in Esri's APIs, SDKs, and the
buzzing GeoDev community.
See these listings and many more at our
NEW Employment Opportunities Website
GIS Data Analyst Intern - Starry, Boston, MA
Planning and GIS Intern - Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), Boston, MA
Regular Full-time positions:
Senior GIS Specialist - City of Ithaca, NY
GIS Specialist - Tilson Technology Management, Portland, ME
GIS Analyst - FME - Critigen, Boston, MA
Entry- to Mid-level Geologist/Hydrogeologist/GIS Technician -
New Hampshire Water Works Association, Ashland, NH
GIS Web Developer - Odyssey Systems National Laboratory, Lexington, MA
CT GIS Network Meeting
Pope Park Recreation Center, 30 Pope Park Dr, Hartford, CT
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM, Friday, September 14
Blue Marble Users Conference (BMUC)
The Portland Club, 156 State St, Portland, ME
Friday, September 21, 2018
2018 Fall NEARC Conference
Saratoga Hilton, Saratoga Springs, NY
Sunday, October 28 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018
The Behind-the-scenes Story of the Thailand Cave Rescue
NASA gets close to greenlands melting ice
Satellites Capture Smoky Skies in North America
How smart cities could save 125 hours of every citizen per year?
This GIS Technology Will Help Census Bureau's 2020 Population Survey
NEURISA's 2018 Corporate Sponsors
AppGeo - CAI Technologies -
CDM Smith -
Consortech - Dawood Engineering -
Jones Payne Group -
Spatial Relationships - Tighe and Bond - VHB
Become a NEURISA Sponsor!
Click here to find out more information