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      April 15, 2020

      Wednesday  12:00 PM

      201 S. Jackson St. , Room: 7289 Computer Training Room (located in the 7th floor elevator lobby)
      Seattle, Washington

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      What is GIS? - April 15, 2020

      Overview Welcome to the “Geospatial Revolution!” This one-hour workshop provides a concise overview of the fundamental components and business uses of Geographic Information Systems—GIS. Attendees learn how GIS combines geographic theory, information technology, and system integration practices to transform business processes within King County. But most importantly, in simple terms we demonstrate how any agency, company, or individual can benefit from GIS and join the geospatial revolution. Audience What is GIS? is for managers, administrators, professionals, and anyone who would like to learn how GIS can help their agency, business, private life, or personal career development. Goals Learn what GIS is and what it can do. Discover the components of GIS. Understand how GIS can process data to solve business problems. See a variety of real-world business and daily-life applications for GIS. Topics Covered Fundamental GIS concepts Typical GIS applications The relationship between data, information, and knowledge Integrating data with GIS How GIS works in King County 20 things that GIS can do How you can put GIS to work  Prerequisites and Recommendations An open and inquiring mind.

      Categories: Science

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