Join us tomorrow night, April 12th, for our next Urban Planning Coalition Spring Speaker Series event. In this philosophical talk on GIS, Dennis Klein will
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, Apr 11, 2007
Join us tomorrow night, April 12th, for our next Urban Planning Coalition Spring Speaker Series' event. In this philosophical talk on GIS, Dennis Klein will present ideas for using GIS to gather a wide variety of input during the planning process.
When Thursday, April 12th 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Light refreshments provided
Where King Library, Room 255/257, Second Floor
What Experience-Centric GIS
Description Dennis Klein will present ideas for using GIS to gather a wide variety of input during the planning process. He will present the philosophical reasoning behind the experience-centric approach to GIS and several examples where this approach was used to facilitate inclusion in the planning process.
Dennis Klein Dennis Klein spent fifteen years as a practicing planner, which led to a twenty-three year career in GIS technology from mainframe GIS applications to advanced network and spatial GIS to the PC. He is currently President and CEO of Boundary Solutions, Inc., custodians of the National ParcelMap Data Portal (NPDP). His responsibilities include expansion of the NPDP until its coverage is seamless nationwide, providing industry a parcel boundary based location platform to support IT/GT operations.
For more information, please contact Brandi de Garmeaux at upcresponse@.... We hope to see you there! **This speaker series is sponsored jointly by the San Jose State University Urban Planning Coalition and the Northern Section, California Chapter of the American Planning Association.
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