Valtus Events


2015 Arkansas GIS Symposium - Hexagon Imagery Program (HxIP), Silver Sponsor & Booth #TBA

August 31 - September 4, 2015  Little Rock, AR

To find out more about this biennial "Rock'in GIS Symposium", be sure to visit the website noted below...

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International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) - HxIP, Booth 610

September 13-16, 2015  Indianapolis, IN

The 81st Annual Conference on Assessment Administration will be held on September 13-16, 2015 at the J.W. Marriott in Indianapolis, IN. The Conference Content committee has developed an outstanding education program for the 2015 Annual Conference.  Registration is now open, visit the conference website through the link below.

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GIS in the Rockies 2015 - HxIP, Social Event Sponsor & Booth #TBA

September 22-24, 2015  Denver, CO


Workshops and sessions galore!  Be sure to check out the line-up of speakers and events at the link below...

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North Dakota GIS Users Conference - HxIP, Gold Sponsor & Booth #TBA

September 28-29, 2015  Fargo, ND

Conference highlights include;

- Exciting keynote speakers
- Full slate of presentations
- Networking opportunities
- Exhibitors showcase
- Esri Hands-on Learning Lab

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Esri Canada User Conference - Valtus, Breakfast Sponsor 

September 29, 2015  Edmonton, AB

As some of Canada's most important annual events for the GIS community, these conferences provide an opportunity to discover exciting new developments about Esri's GIS solutions and network with your peers.

Be sure to attend in a city near you to learn how you can get the most out of your technology investments. Year after year, these must-attend conferences grow in size and stature: over 3,500 Esri GIS enthusiasts participate across Canada.

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NSGIC Annual Conference - NWG/Valtus, Platinum Sponsor

MidAmerica GIS Consortium: MAGIC 2012 Symposium

April 23 - 27, 2012 Kansas City, MO

The 2012 Symposium will be held at the Westin Crown Center April 22 - 26, 2012 in Kansas City, Missouri.

GIS covers such a broad range of subjects, applications and types of people that use it, that developing a conference program that meets everyone's needs is a challenging task. Even more challenging is an attendee trying to figure out exactly which sessions or topics will be most interesting and helpful. MAGIC 2012 is intended to focus the content of the presentation options into a program specifically geared to each attendee's needs.

We are working hard to bring you educational sessions that provide the answers and knowledge that you can use today. Sessions will be categorized into:

  • Safe and Healthy: Using GIS in the public safety and health industries
  • Public Face of GIS: Moving GIS to the web and out to the public for mass consumption
  • Smart Growth: Managing the growth of communities with GIS
  • GIS Behind the Scenes: How to manage a GIS program, educate and retain staff, communicate the GIS language to non-GISers
  • Technologies and Trends: Discover the latest technologies and see what is on the horizon

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October 5-9, 2015  Kansas City, MO


URISA GIS-Pro & NWGIS 2015 Conference - HxIP, Booth 6

October 18-22, 2015  Spokane, WA


There is an abundance of conferences for the geospatial community. That is why we're working together for GIS-Pro & NWGIS 2015. The goal is to complement, not compete with, each organization's community of members.

Take advantage of one place, one time for important vendor-neutral education and networking.

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TNRIS Texas GIS Forum - HxIP, Gold Sponsor & Booth #TBA

October 26-29, 2015  Austin, TX

Save the date for the Texas GIS Forum, the state's premier conference for the geospatial professional community.

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Society of American Foresters 2015 National Convention - HxIP, Booth 508

November 3-7, 2015  Baton Rouge, LA

The 2015 SAF National Convention at the Baton Rouge River Center in Louisiana will highlight contemporary forest resource management issues in the second decade of the 21st century and the trends, influences, and technologies that are facilitating the profession’s progress toward the future.

Enjoy fabulous hospitality, the charm of Louisiana’s capital city on the banks of the mighty Mississippi, and world-renowned cuisine alongside the science, management, and technology in a program that provides an intrinsic opportunity for exploring the many links between the social, economic, and ecological considerations that form the confluence of forest stewardship.

Plenary sessions will provide forward-thinking ideas and address what we need to know about trends in science, society, technology, and education to remain relevant and effective as we continue to maintain credibility, effect continuous improvement, and strengthen communities

Scientific and Technical session presentations and posters are invited on the themes of Recreating Forestry through Science, Recreating Forestry through Society, Recreating Forestry through Technology, and Recreating Forestry through Education and Outreach, as well as on the topics of:

• Recreation • Forest Ecology • Social Sciences • International Forestry • Urban & Community Forestry • Consulting Forestry • Boots on the Ground Forestry • Silviculture • Entomology & Pathology • Soils & Hydrology • Utilization & Engineering • Economics • History • Policy • Fire • Geospatial Technologies • Wildlife Management • Inventory & Biometrics •

We will also host the US Forest Service National Silviculture Workshop and American Tree Farm System Inspectors’ Training alongside a variety of other professional development opportunities.


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