The San Luis Obispo GIS User Group presents GIS Day on Wednesday November 18, 2015 from 11:00am to 2:00pm at the Downtown San Luis Obispo Public Library. This free event features exhibits, a map gallery, and networking for all those interested in maps and geospatial technologies. GIS Day provides an excellent opportunity for students, professionals, and the public to share interests from across different disciplines and domains, from research and education, to local government, and private industry.
Held each year on the Wednesday of National Geographic Society’s International Geography Awareness Week (November 16–20), GIS Day is a global event to raise awareness of geographic information system (GIS) technology and the important contributions it makes in many aspects of society. SLO GIS Day provides an opportunity for students, professionals, and the public to see real-world examples of how GIS is used in San Luis Obispo and beyond.
For more information see the SLO GIS Day 2015 Flyer