February 25, 2021 @ 1:00 pm 5:00 pm EST

Introduction to Field Data Collection
Empowering the Everday Workflow With Online GIS


GIS Cloud is a collaborative mapping platform for field data collection, team management and map sharing in real-time. In our introductory course, we’ll cover the fundamentals of GIS Cloud apps and platforms. You’ll learn how to transform your project workflow from paper to digital and get insight into a complete solution for field data collection, visualization, and collaboration.

No need to be a GIS expert – learn how to prepare powerful surveys, collect data in the field, share it with colleagues, and leverage real-time information that will impact your community growth and help you make decisions faster. The intention is to introduce the diversity of GIS Cloud apps and empower you to use online GIS in your everyday workflow. We’d like to support your projects as well, so get involved in our Q&A afterward, and find out how to submit your proposals for GIS Cloud sponsorship.

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Indigenous Mapping Workshop

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We are pleased to announce our Canadian Indigenous Mapping Workshop in Regina, Saskatchewan, from May 26-28, 2020.  The IMW in Regina will host up to 150 participants. The workshop will explore Google, Esri Canada, QGIS, mapbox, and other geospatial tools. Participants will learn how to use these tools to collect, host, visualize, share, and publish community generated data and better understand how to apply these skills to issues impacting Saskatchewan’s Indigenous communities. The technical training will be co-led by The Firelight Group, Google Earth Outreach, Google’s Trainer Network, Esri Canada, Mapbox, and a global network of Indigenous mapping experts. For more information, please click here.


Ticket Information

#2020IMW Regina is FREE for all Indigenous Nations and Organizations. Registration is still required to reserve a spot. Instructions on how to do so will be detailed in an acceptance letter after you have gone through the application process and have been approved!

For government, academia, not-for-profit and industry, tickets can be purchased for $500. Information on how to purchase a ticket will be detailed in an acceptance letter if your organization has been approved.