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Integrating GIS insights across your organisation and embedding Next-Generation GIS in the centre of your data management strategy

GIS departments are under increasing pressure to provide accurate, real-time, and meaningful topological information to a variety of internal and external stakeholders. Legacy GIS systems, traditionally utilized for asset management processes, must now be overhauled and upgraded to provide new functionalities to support a greater range of use-cases, essential to the efficient operation of a more complex grid.

This intensive 1-day virtual conference provides the information and inspiration you need to drive your GIS people, processes, and platforms to the next level. Technology choices, implementation lessons, and future roadmaps will be discussed in the context of organizational objectives and regulatory pressures, providing robust guidance to help you benchmark your own GIS strategy, fine-tune your own implementation plans, and drive your own GIS department to its next level of success.

This program consists of 12 case-studies, 3 technology innovation presentations, 4 live Q&A panel sessions, a 90-minute roundtable discussion session, and more. There is no better time to step back and review how you are implementing next-generation GIS solutions, integrating them with IT and OT systems, and leveraging new functionalities to support a wider range of end-users in your organization.

Learn more about GIS4SmartGrid 2020 and register here now!

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