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2022 Conference Details

Conference Dates:  May 24-26, 2022

Format:  Virtual on Zoom


2022 Rates:

     Professional Standard $100

     Professional Speaker $50

     Student (minimum 1/2 time at accredited college ) $15

Priority Registration Due May 18th!!


Accessing the Event

First and Foremost: 
1.  Please ensure that you downloaded the latest Zoom software and have a login/account (free or paid), that is associated with the email address with which you registered.

You must have Zoom software installed on your computer.

2. Check your inbox for an email from noreply-zoomevents@zoom.us; it will contain the information you need to complete your registration for the Conference.

You are registered via our WAGISA website, but must complete the registration on Zoom with the same email address.

Download the Participant Instructions 

Download the Speaker/Moderator Instructions 

Schedule at a Glance

This year we are using the Zoom Events Platform which allows registered folks to enter the Event Lobby early and view the three-day schedule, create your itinerary, bookmark favorite sessions, personalize your profile etc..  For this reason and others we're not posting as detailed of a schedule to the website as we did last year.  Doing so creates a lot of work for the committee and leaves room for error due to the constant updates and changes. Please follow the participant instructions above to create your agenda for the conference


Talk Titles:

Adopting Web GIS Everything

CADD+GIS Integration at the City of Seattle

Tracking ADA Transition Progress using Interactive WebGIS

3-D Mesh: A Tangible Approach for County Government

Building and Deploying Native Apps with ArcGIS AppStudio: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Coastal Flood Analysis using Global Mapper

Asset Management and Rate Setting

What's new in ArcGIS Field Maps and Survey123

Integrating the REST and Python APIs with ArcGIS Workforce and Survey 123 Connect to automate Building Inspection Scheduling and Routing

The Secrets of the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric

Cloud IT for GIS - A Case Study in Azure

Leveraging ESRI’s Geoplanner for Suitability Modeling

Washington State-Wide Ortho Imagery Program

Panel Discussion - Drones for Spatial Data Support with Successes and Challenges.

Site Scan for ArcGIS: A complete UAS\UAV Solution

Sound to Summit Regional GIS Status Report and Implementation Plan

How Snohomish County is Improving Field Data Collection Methods with a Mobile Mapping Solution

Managing Over 100 Events and 2700 Volunteers for One Seattle's Day of Service using ArcGIS Online Dashboard, Experience Builder, Webhooks & Power Automate

Utilizing Esri Hub and Experience Builder for Emergency Response at the City of Puyallup

Critical Facilities Framework in ArcGIS Online for Emergency Management and Response in the City of Puyallup, Washington

Natural Resource Asset Management Strategy in Kitsap County

GIS-Mo - Connecting Everyone with Roads

Spatio-temporal analysis of road traffic injuries in Ghana from 2005-2020

From Information to Insights: Using a Dashboard to View, Measure, and Manage Parking Pay Station Performance

Strategies for improving the Washington State National Hydrography Dataset (WANHD)

Challenges and Solutions for Testing Spatial Data

High Resolution Land Cover Mapping Through Artificial Intelligence and Economies of Scale

Using ArcGIS Dashboards and Experience Builder to optimize the climate mitigation potential of a statewide agricultural grant program

How Two Years of Challenges Invigorated Support for GIS at the State

Online, Hybrid and In-Person educational opportunities at the University of Washington Tacoma"

Transforming Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS widget development

Mapping the Harbor and Empowering Staff

Integrating High-Accuracy GNSS (GPS) with ArcGIS Field Maps


Registration is now open!

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Join us for the 2022 Washington GIS Conference!

The Washington GIS Association (WAGISA formerly WAURISA) is pleased to invite you to attend the virtual 2022 Washington GIS Conference! The conference will be held virtually May 24th to May 26th.

Stay up to date with all WAGISA news by following WAGISA on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook. The hashtag for the 2022 Washington GIS Conference is #wagisa22.

 Please contact Carly Johnson, cc@wagisa.org, our Conference Coordinator for further details.

Announcing our 2022 Keynote:


JOHN NELSON, ESRI


Cartography, Hackology, and Geoshenanigans


John Nelson is a map maker, software experience designer, and writer at Esri creating fringe geographic data, curious web experiences, moderately-educational blogs, and marginally-instructional videos. He works in a small woodshed in Michigan and relishes the opportunity to chat with other map folks. 

Socials Announced!

Because of the virtual nature of the 2022 Washington GIS Conference, this year's conference socials will be spread out regionally.

Local conference volunteers have worked hard to organize smaller events in the cities of Tacoma, Seattle, Mount Vernon, Ellensburg and Wenatchee.


The events will be on different days of the week, generally all starting around 5:30.  There will be food, activities and great conversation! Feel free to attend multiple! These events are open to all, so invite your GIS friends!

Check out where your nearest social is on our Socials page. 

Conference Socials 

If you have questions email: Marketing@wagisa.org

Poster Contest

Don’t forget to sign up for the Poster, Script, Map, or Web Application contest! Highlight your cartographic skills, data integration projects, interactive web experiences or scripting abilities. Participating in this competition is a great way to 

  • Share ideas with others
  • Expand your brand
  • Gets points for your GISP
  • Improve exposure to potential employers
  • Win a prize


    Items you can submit are PDFs of posters, web maps or web applications, story maps or scripts. For more information see the Poster Contest Page. Submission deadline is Monday May 16th.


    Attendee Contact Information

    The Washington GIS Conference provides exhibitors a list of attendees (name, company name, city, state) after the conference. This year we will be including email addresses, allowing exhibitors to send up to 2 post-conference emails within 4 weeks of the conference.

    If you do not wish to have your email address shared with exhibitors for this purpose, please check the opt-out box during the REGISTRATION process.


    Virtual Event Cancellation Policy

    1. Cancelled registrations must be received in writing (via email) at least 10 business days before the first day of the conference for a refund of original payment made, minus a $10 cancellation processing fee.

    2. Cancelled registrations received after 10 business days prior to the start of the conference will  not get refunded but a credit will be applied to a future WAGISA conferences and/or events within the following 12 months.

    3. Registrations can be transferred to another person within the registered person’s organization.

    4. There will be no refund for registered attendees who do not attend the event (no-shows).

    Note on Workshops

    This year we have decided to not host virtual preconference Workshops. But as an organization we hope to offer several stand alone professional development opportunities throughout the year. If you are interested in helping organize these events please email president@wagisa.org. 




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