GIS Cloud Workshop in Syracuse, New York on 22nd of August

August 07, 2017
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As a part of our East Coast US Tour, we will hold a GIS Cloud Workshop in Syracuse, New York, on Tuesday, 22nd of August at 10.00 am. The workshop entrance is free for the first 25 registrants, so make sure to fill in the registration form as soon as possible.

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Attendees will get a trial access to GIS Cloud Crowdsourcing Solution, a City Portal, an exclusive early access to the new GIS Cloud platform and a GIS Cloud T-Shirt with a cool new design.  


GIS Cloud Workshop Sessions:


10.00 – 11.15:  Mobile Data Collection and beyond – Learn how to create projects and collect data with your smartphones and tablets, What after the data is gathered?

You will learn how to deploy various data collection projects like tree inspections, utility maintenance, city infrastructure monitoring, and more through existing use cases and live on-hand demos. You will also get an insight into all the possibilities of a powerful map editor after data is collected.

Every attendee will end up with a data collection project of their own and will be able to setup new projects according to their needs.


11.15 – 12.00: City Portal – Create your own branded web app without coding

Learn how to create a custom and branded app without having to write a single line of code in just a few minutes. All participants will have their own branded City Portal ready for testing after the session.


LUNCH BREAK 12:00 – 13:00


13.00 – 14.00: Crowdsourcing Solution – Enable the public to send information from the field through your own branded mobile app

Learn what’s needed to enable your communities to report from the field and what are the benefits of having a crowdsourcing solution.

After the session, you will get a code for the complete crowdsourcing solution for testing purposes.


14.00 – 15.00:  GIS Cloud vol. 2 – Get an early preview of the new GIS Cloud platform

Get an exclusive preview of GIS Cloud Collaborative Streams technology that will change today known workflows on a map, and learn about how to make the use of collaborative mapping in different set-ups and use cases.

All participants will get a code for an early access to GIS Cloud 2 beta version after the session.


Register for the workshop here:






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