GeoVelo: Big in China

Not really.  Let me explain.  Like I have noted in the past, the www.GeoVelo.org website has been mostly dormant since its inception. However, a few weeks ago I committed to making a sustained effort to communicate with our clients via this website and the GeoVelo Facebook page. Conventional wisdom says I am supposed to use lots of key words like GIS, HIPAA, Business Intelligence, Tableau, Hospital Patient Data, and Analytics. Did the prior sentence come across like the crass exploitation of a hard working SEO algorithm that it was meant as?  I hope so. Anyway, you my eleven dear readers are in for a show. Because I intend to really stick with this effort (I made him a promise) and these stream of consciousness posts are likely to reveal far more about me than I would otherwise be inclined to share. The Internet is forever. Now, on to this China* business. As Read More …

I’m going to be a MOGISCON17 Presenter

Good news!  I am a featured presenter at next month at MOGISCON17 (2017 Missouri GIS Conference).  The event is being held at Tan-Tar-A Resort – Lake of the Ozarks – February 20 – 22, 2017.   I’m making two presentations. Presentation 1:  Geospatial Law (4 hours) By Christopher W. Dunn, Attorney and Counselor at Law Description: The law surrounding geospatial issues is complex and always evolving. This fast-paced 4-hour blitz through the current state of geospatial law is presented by a lawyer who actually uses ArcGIS 10.x in his business and law practice. With a focus on those issues of interest public sector members, the course will cover these topics, and more: 1.  State open records acts & geospatial data acts 2.  Your liability & sovereign immunity 3.  Government-held geospatial data & copyrights 4.  Crafting an ‘artful’ geospatial data use license 5.  Calculating ‘defensible’ charges for your geospatial records Course objectives Read More …