The Maine GIS User’s Group is once again partnering with the Maine Municipal Association for the Maine Municipal Technology Conference.  This year’s event is Friday May 10, 2019 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, ME.


This exciting and educational event will include talks on municipal banking, data back-up and recovery, elections cyber security, GIS, drones and more!


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The conference also features a morning and luncheon keynote.  The morning Keynote Speaker is Brian Whitney President of the Maine Technology Institute. His talk, The State of Maine Technologically Speaking, will give his assessment of Maine’s preparedness for the technology demands of 2019 and beyond. Mr. Whitney will explore the issues of rural internet connectivity, high-speed broadband and employee readiness, as we how we can all rise to the challenge of working and competing in a more complicated and technically focused global marketplace.

The Luncheon Keynote address will be provided by Pete Coughlan and Nate Kane from Maine DOT.  They will discuss the various resources available to support transportation asset management, including local road inventories for funding assistance, emergency response, sign/drainage asset inventories, locally-funded road repairs and planning capital/maintenance repairs. They will also provide an overview of Geographic Information Systems at MaineDOT and show some of the capabilities of the MaineDOT Map Viewer.

Certification credits available for Managers, Clerks, Treasurers and Assessors! Check out the program for more details!

MEGUG will also hold a user meeting at the end of the event.  We hope to see you there!


Judy Colby-George, GISP

Vice Chair

Maine GIS User’s Group

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