Kentucky GIS Conference

KAMP is proud to announce the dates for the annual conference. The 2015 KY GIS Conference will be held October 12-14 in Owensboro, Ky.

Call for presentations

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A Professional Development Opportunity for KAMP Members

Introduction to ArcGIS Pro – A Live Esri Webinar for KAMP Members

Friday April 17th, 2015

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EDST)

Webinar description

Whether you’ve spent the last decade working in ArcGIS for Desktop, or you are just beginning to understand and apply GIS, ArcGIS Pro is new to you. Join us for this introductory webinar presented by J.D. Overton from Esri to provide an overview of this exciting new release and learn how you can get started using it for creating, managing, analyzing and sharing spatial data in your organization. This webinar will demonstrate the capabilities of ArcGIS Pro to visualize, analyze, compile, and share your data, in both 2D and 3D environments.

There will be time for audience questions at the end of the webinar.

Please note that the seating is limited to 100 connections.

Eventbrite - ArcGIS Pro Webinar

Want to get an early start?  Check out the ArcGIS Pro homepage at for more information regarding this exciting technology.

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KAMP Quarterly Meeting

April 9th, 2015
10:00 am -3:45 pm EDT
Kentucky State University – Research Farm
1525 Mills Lane, Frankfort, KY

Detail map with location information

Detailed agenda

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Job Opening: Shelby Energy Cooperative

Job Description


Nick Morris
Engineering Manager
Shelby Energy Cooperative
Work: 502-633-4420

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KAMP Professional Development Opportunity

Have you ever asked yourself these questions?

  1. What GIS data and information services are available for “free” for consumption with different software applications?
  2. How does local government GIS generate and feed infrastructure data to the water resources information system?
  3. How can I extract information by analyzing terrain, image and vector data?
  4. How can I generate information concerning flood risk management for decision making?
  5. What is business location intelligence and how it can help my city, county and region develop?
  6. What can I tell K-12 teachers and students who are interested in mapping and visualizing location data and information but have no experience with GIS?
  7. What types of software and data provisioning sites exist to get me started down a geospatial career path?

Well, these and other questions will be answered at the first 2015 KAMP GIS Workshop to take place at Morehead State University – Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy on Wednesday March 25th, 2015.


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