Hosted by California URISA and the California Geographic Information Association (CGIA), the CalGIS conference rotates across California and focuses on GIS in California. It features education and training, solutions, and ample opportunities to build your professional network.
November 4 - 5, 2020 (virtual)
The Esri Ocean, Weather, and Climate GIS Forum brings together a growing community of weather, climate, and ocean science professionals to share advances in data collection, analysis, and our understanding of metOcean interactions. Discuss how multidimensional data and web apps can put scientific information work for a variety of organizations.
FOSS4G means Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial. This international annual gathering of location enthusiasts is the largest global gathering for geospatial software. This is an international conference and the location changes.
June 20-22, 2022
The conference is focused on Python and Geo, its toolkits and applications. GeoPython is a yearly conference series. Key subjects for the conference series are the combination of the Python programming language and Geo.
November 2-6, 2020 (virtual)
Last year, at the Canberra Ministerial Summit the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) hosted Ministers from GEO’s 111 Members to endorse a bold and ambitious approach to open data sharing to ensure that Earth observations benefit societies and economies. GEO Week 2020 will showcase the efforts to implement the Canberra Declaration by highlighting initiatives from GEO Members, Participating Organizations and Associates in a series of live discussions and interactive content. Sessions will take place across multiple time zones to promote live participation from around the globe. Several sessions will be pre-recorded and will be made available online through a variety of streaming platforms and available on the GEO website.
The annual NACIS conference brings together a community made up of a wide range of students and professionals that have cartographic interests. Spanning academia, private sector, and government, NACIS members have cartographic interests in North America and beyond.
July 17, July 24, July 30 2020 (virtual)
The QGIS-US User Group is hosting a free online QGIS conference. QGIS North America 2020 will be completely free and will happen on three consecutive Friday's this month: July 17th, 24th and 31st.
Each day will begin with hands-on workshops. These are free, but you must register for them. After the workshops will be a series of talks.
Everything will be recorded. So you can either tune in live, or watch on YouTube afterwards.
The annual State of the Map US conference is the largest gathering of OpenStreetMap community members from across the country. Come meet the people who create, analyze, and use OpenStreetMap with several days of talks, workshops, and social events.
October 29 - 31, 2020 (virtual)
This free, virtual event is a celebration of our community and all things OpenStreetMap. Connect 2020 will include an informal Mappy Hour Thursday evening, a scheduled half day of talks on Friday, and a day of workshops, birds of a feather sessions and mapathons on Saturday. We hope to make this an annual gathering that enables people from across the country to learn about OpenStreetMap and network with fellow mappers through a combination of curated and community-led dialog.
This November 3-day virtual conference which celebrates the GIS work of the University of California faculty, staff, students, and alumni. This is a celebration of all things mapping and geospatial. Researchers, students, industry partners, alumni, and community mappers share their accomplishments and inspire others through their mapping.