The Blue Marble User Conference is evolving in 2019, with a new online format, new ideas, and new presentations.
In the past, Blue Marble User Conferences were held in a variety of locations throughout the year, where a limited amount of geospatial professionals could attend. This coming year, Blue Marble is expanding the accessibility of the knowledge-rich experience to a global audience by transforming the event into a webinar conference.
Blue Marble will be updating this page with more details about the conference that will be broadcasted live on March 21, 2019.
If you are interested in participating as a speaker in our user conference in March 2019, please send us your presentation proposals by January 3, 2019. Entries can be sent to email@example.com.
The Blue Marble User Conference is a gathering of geospatial professionals representing a wide variety of industry sectors, government departments, and academic institutions who share a common interest in Blue Marble's GIS and geodetic technology. BMUC offers attendees an opportunity to gain insight into current and future product plans; to hear from interesting and innovative users of Blue Marble's geospatial tools; to pick up useful tips and tricks for optimizing the application of both Global Mapper and Geographic Calculator; and to participate in the on-going collaborative development process by providing feedback and requests to the Blue Marble team.
After a successful run in 2016 and 2017, the Blue Marble User Conference continued in 2018, finally wrapping up the year in Portland, ME on September 21st.
|There are no more conferences scheduled for 2018. Please check back soon for information on our 2019 BMUC plans!|
Thank you to all of our attendees, speakers, and sponsors! The 2016 Blue Marble User Conferences in Houston, Calgary, San Francisco, Boston, and Pittsburgh featured presentations from Bechtel Infrastructure, BSP Engineers, Inc., Pictometry, EnergyIQ, GEO1, and the Blue Marble Team.
The 2017 Blue Marble User Conference in Calgary, Silver Spring, Amsterdam, San Diego, and Portland featured presentations from GEO1, The City of Portland, GEI Consultants, EagleView (Pictometry), MFBI Technologies, US Department of Interior, National Archives and Records Administration, Suncor Energy, Thurber Engineering, BGC Engineering, Katalyst Data Management, and the Blue Marble Team.
Learn more about previous events in our BMUC Archive.