Open Talent "Geotechnologies: the next 20 years and your future"
The Open Talent session on "Geotechnologies: the next 20 years and your future", with Michael Gould, Global Education Manager at ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute, will take place in the Tech Talent Center (c/Badajoz, 73, Barcelona) at 6:30 pm on Wednesday 13 July, 2016.
With the experience they have gained over the past 20 years, professionals in the field of GIS are the best equipped to predict the future potential of geotechnologies. The technological world is changing rapidly, but... what are the most and least constant factors? How can a professional prepare for the next developments in the field of geotechnology? What are the main challenges for the future?
Michael Gould has a doctorate in geography/GIS (Geographic Information Systems) from the University of Buffalo (NY, USA), is a tenured lecturer in information systems at the University Jaume I in Castellón, and is the co-founder of the Marie Curie doctoral programme GEO-C. Since 2008 he has been Global Education Manager at ESRI, where he works with 86 international offices and over 10,000 universities using the ArcGIS tool.
ESRI develops and markets software for geographical information systems and is one of the leading companies in the sector worldwide. Its headquarters are in Redlands, California (USA). It is the company behind one of the leading software packages in the GIS field: ArcGIS, a tool for connecting maps, applications, data and people for making corporate decisions quickly and intelligently.
This event is open and admission is free. To attend this event, please confirm your attendance using the form "I WILL ATTEND" you will find below. Places are limited.
- Geographical Information Systems
- GIS Environmental Applications
- GIS Territorial Applications
- GIS Technologies
- Fuentes, Organización y Explotación de Datos Gráficos
- GIS: Territorial Studies
- GIS WEB Technologies Applied to the Exploitation, Analysis and Presentation of Geospatial Data in Adaptive Web Environments