GITA Invites Your Participation in a Truly Unique Geospatial Event!

It's been several years since the Geospatial Information & Technology Association (GITA) has held an event in Phoenix, so it's only right it returns in a big way.  Come join us at what is certain to be one of the most unique, informative and worthwhile geospatial events of 2018. Two complementary conferences will run back-to-back in the same building and co-mingle in a way which promotes education, information exchange, world-class networking and collaboration - the GITA Phoenix Conference, March 5-6, and the CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo, March 6-8, 2018.  Highlights for GITA Phoenix Conference are as follows:

  • Dates: Monday, March 5 - Tuesday, March 6, 2018
  • Venue: The beautiful 24-acre Phoenix Convention Center
  • Schedule: Monday AM workshops, followed by 1.5 days of top-notch keynotes and breakouts on GITA traditional cutting-edge geospatial topics
  • Bonus #1: Ticket price includes admission to select events of the CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo, March 6 -March 8
  • Bonus #2: GITA vendors will be hosted in the CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo exhibit hall which saw nearly 2,000 visitors last year
  • Bonus #3: The GITA Phoenix conference is just a short freeway drive away from the Esri Partner Conference being held in Palm Springs, CA, March 3-5. You can catch three geospatial conferences in one week!

Event Highlight Letter: Available Here


Dynamic and insightful presentations on hot button geospatial issues and ground breaking developments.


Explore an expansive exhibit hall where the latest developments in both underground infrastructure sensing and geospatial technologies can be found living together!


Bask by the pool or hit the links, the fun and sun that's Phoenix in March is certain to warm your bones.


There is nothing so amazing as the beauty of the American Southwest during early March - Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Sedona and more just a few hours away.


Network with the best and brightest geospatial minds from across the American Southwest and North America.


Connect with a unique infrastructure  community that has much to share, but is also anxious to learn more about how geospatial technologies can improve delivery of service and increase ROI.