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The MAGTUG steering committee would like to thank Rich Quodomine for the excellent article he penned for Directions Magazine.  Rich came down from New York state to participate in our recent asset management meeting.  In the article he explores how GIS got specialized enough to take on a critical lead role in a major transportation planning debate via its role in asset management.  Click HERE to read the article.



  • The next MAGTUG meeting will be a webex presentation on September 12th at 2:00pm by Grant Ervin of the City of Philadelphia, Deputy Mayor’s Office of Public Safety.  Grant will explain how he built a state-of-the-art Public Safety GIS Enterprise environment that is responsible for the geospatial functionality of the Philadelphia RealTime Crime, Delaware Valley Intelligence Center, in addition to meeting the daily public safety needs of the City of Philadelphia.  Registration information to follow.
  • A meeting that looks into Mobile LiDAR and its transportation applications is being planned for mid-November.  We are exploring a partnership with Burlington County to add presentations to their GIS Day event to be held at Burlington County College.  Event details and registration information to follow.
  • This year’s Esri Mid-Atlantic User Conference is being held at the Inner Harbor Hyatt Regency in Baltimore, MD on December 11th and 12th.   Click below for information and registration.


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