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Old 11-01-2010, 09:04 PM
 
Location: Steele Creek, Charlotte, NC
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If you're anywhere near Spirit Square on Wednesday, November 17, and want to learn more about computer mapping systems, especially as they're used by Charlotte-Mecklenburg agencies, check out the Mecklenburg County GIS Day 2010 Expo! Everything has a spatial component, and GIS is how its recorded and tracked.

CPCC, the Census Bureau, Catawba Lands Conservancy, Piedmont Gas, commercial GIS vendors, and lots of local government agencies will have displays and presentations. I've been there for the last ten years or so & will be exhibiting again. We're looking for a big crowd!

GIS Day 2010

And if you still like traditional maps you can hold in your hands -- well, if you have really big hands....

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