2022 GIS Day map contest entry winner

 Congratulations to the 2022 Map Contest winner who received the most votes during the event- Dylan Bruchhaus with map "10 Years of Tropical Rainfall in the Lower 48." 

2022 GIS Day

Nov. 16 | Raleigh Union Station | 8:30 AM-12:00 Noon


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Thank you for supporting the City of Raleigh IT Department 2022 GIS Day activities GIS Map Competition Winner Announced Learn more about 2022 GIS Day Event Thank Yous

Thank you for supporting the City of Raleigh IT Department 2022 GIS Day activities

People attending 2022 GIS Day at Raleigh Union Station event

2022 GIS Day at Raleigh Union Station event

Thank you for supporting 2022 GIS Day at the Raleigh Union Station on Nov. 16. We hope you enjoyed learning more about how GIS is used everyday in many different situations. 

Congratulations to the 2022 Map Contest winner who received the most votes during the event- Dylan Bruchhaus with map "10 Years of Tropical Rainfall in the Lower 48." 

Questions? Please reach out to gisday@raleighnc.gov.

GIS Map Competition Winner Announced

Congratulations to the 2022 Map Contest winner who received the most votes during the event- Dylan Bruchhaus with map "10 Years of Tropical Rainfall in the Lower 48." 

 

Learn more about 2022 GIS Day

Read more about 2022 GIS Day 

Event Thank Yous

A special thanks to those who took time to speak during the event:

Mark Wittenberg, City of Raleigh's Chief Information Officer  

Sarah Lanier and Lee Kimmel, City of Raleigh Public Utilities

Kelsey Mills, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Ryan Cooper, Wake County Public School System

Anne Conlon, City of Raleigh Transportation (slideshow presentation)

Thank you to our table participants:
4-H Youth Development
City of Raleigh Engineering Services
City of Raleigh Information Technology Department
City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation
City of Raleigh Transportation
NC Department of Environmental Quality
NC Department of Transportation
NC Department- Rail Division
NC Division of Emergency Management
NC Wildlife Management
Wake County GIS
Wake County Public School System

Special thanks to: City of Raleigh IT for coordinating the event, Raleigh Union Station and staff for use of the great facility, Carolina URISA for providing a $100 grant to help support the event and Esri for providing door prizes used as awards for the winners of the map contest.

Question or suggestions for next year's event? Email us at gisday@raleighnc.gov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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