Advanced Seminar on GIS-Centric Applications for Utility Planning & Operations

Please join us for an Advanced Seminar on GIS-Centric Applications for Utility Planning & Operations in Fayetteville, NC hosted by Innovyze. This free seminar is a great opportunity for local practitioners to gather, discuss, and collaborate on past, current and future hydraulic modeling, GIS, and asset planning endeavors. The meeting will consist of local users presenting on recent advanced applications related to asset planning & prioritization, real-time monitoring & modeling, GIS integration & ArcGIS Online, and more.   Lunch will be provided and networking breaks will make for great conversation in between presentations. Spend a day with your peers and learn about all of the exciting GIS-centric modeling & monitoring activities that are happening in your area.

To attend this event please use the registration form below.  Space is limited so please register today.

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Who should attend?

New, experienced or potential users interested in meeting local users and learning about advanced GIS-centric applications for utility planning & operations

 

Date and Time

The meeting will run from 9:00am - 3:00pm on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Attendance at the seminar is free of charge and lunch and refreshments will be provided as part of the meeting.

 

Agenda

  • Detailed agenda will be provided soon.

 

Location

Fayetteville Public Works Commission
955 Old Wilmington Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301


registration

Registration


The North Carolina User Group is open to any current or potential users of our products. However, we do ask that you register so that we know that you are coming. The size of the venue limits the number of attendees we can accommodate, so please register as soon as possible to reserve a seat.

 

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