The next King County GIS User Group Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 3, 11am–12noon King Street Center, Conference Room 7044-45 Feature Topic: Announcing the Sound to Summit Regional GIS Study Greg Babinski, King County GIS Marketing & Business Development Manager In Washington, public agency operating budgets are restricted by a mandated 1% limit on annual increases…
Its time to register for training in Seattle to build your GIS skills. Face to face, instructor-led training builds a solid foundation in GIS to advance your career. The King County GIS Center is offering two-day ArcGIS Fundamentals in September and three-day Intermediate GIS Concepts in October. ArcGIS Fundamentals Overview ArcGIS is a powerful and…
You’ve heard about vector tiles. You’ve used vector tiles in a variety of online maps, perhaps without even realizing it. But have you created your own vector tile maps?
King County GIS Training Program partner Eric Pimpler of Geospatial Training Services has authored a fascinating blog post about a building footprint dataset which Microsoft has generated from Bing aerial imagery using artificial intelligence, deep learning, and computer vision.
There are a few seats left for our two-day ArcGIS Pro Quick-Start class here at the King County GIS Center in Seattle, Monday and Tuesday, June 18-19. Learn more and register online today! Overview With fast processing, enhanced 3D capabilities, and a new intuitive interface, ArcGIS Pro promises a wealth of potential for experienced GIS…
Are you planning to attend the 26th annual GIS in Action Conference at Portland State University, April 23-24? If so, stop in and visit the King County GIS Center booth in the exhibitor hall where you can learn about the range of free resources that King County GIS has available, as well as our GIS consulting services and GIS training program.
If you are pursuing GISP certification, or are thinking of doing so, URISA is offering a webinar on the GISP exam process on April 3 and 4, 2018.
The 2017 URISA GIS Salary Survey is now available. Some highlights of the survey and an executive summary that you can download are available to everyone on the URISA website.
An effective map portrays a place, delivers a message, or reveals a pattern with representational accuracy and visual clarity. How to make that happen is the subject of this workshop, a mix of lecture and exercises which gives GIS practitioners the practical information and techniques needed to create effective, successful maps in any display medium.
The KCGIS Center often develops custom GIS training for clients who have specific data, analysis, mapping, and reporting requirements. Earlier this year we were contacted by representatives of the NOAA Office of Law Enforcement about the feasibility of providing custom GIS training for staff from various NOAA offices across the U.S.