GIS Day 2020
GIS Day: Initiating an innovative technology that merges disciplines, filters priorities, and initiates action.
According to the calendar, there are days, weeks and months that signifies various interests and professions. March 3 is the World Wildlife Day, World Environment Day is June 5, the first week of April is Public Works Week and June is National Safety Month. Some days denotes specific causes, such as the International Day for Mine Awareness on April 4.
These all deploy a common tool: a geographic information system (GIS).
GIS is a scientific framework tool that is used for gathering, analyzing, interpreting and visualizing geographic data to reveal patterns, and trends to help us make the right decisions.
GIS in time past has gained increased connectivity of the geospatial cloud and a broad stack of developer-accessible technologies that form a platform of geospatial infrastructure
What is GIS Day?
GIS (Geographic information system) Day as the name implies is “Discovering the World. GIS day encourages people to use geography exercises, applications of GIS and hands-on mapping activities that create a difference in our society.
Teaching others on GIS day is a noble pursuit, but also take some time to learn something for yourself too and of course, ArcGIS is great, lessons to start.
GIS day is a day set aside to demonstrate just how relevant the technology is, when dealing with emergencies, hence the GIS community has more reasons than ever to celebrate GIS Day on November 18.
GIS Day 2020