The North Dakota Geospatial and Location Intelligence Summit started out as GIS Day in 2001 with a little over 40 attendees. Since that time it has grown to 175+ attendees and held every other year as the North Dakota GIS Users Conference. Reflecting the dynamic and widening geospatial field but not losing sight of the foundation continuing to be built upon by geospatial professionals, the GIS Users Conference for 2019 has been renamed to the Geospatial and Location Intelligence Summit. As more details for the Summit are set in place they will be announced on this website, the email list, and Twitter.
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