Sitka Technology Group

Field Technology Conference 2017

Using Cloud Technologies to Boost Your Environmental Intelligence
Presented:  Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Presenter:  Keith Steele (Sitka Technology Group)


Presentation Overview
The rapid growth in cloud computing over the last decade shows great promise; however, the uptake of these new capabilities has been slower in the natural resources management sector than in other areas of the economy. This presentation will explore the need for an environmental knowledge management strategy that exploits emerging cloud technologies to help deliver relevant and timely intelligence to decision makers. Our exploration will include live demonstrations of capabilities provided by Microsoft Azure® and Micosoft Power BI.


YouTube Link | 41 minutes 50 seconds

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Upcoming Events

Nov. 4, 2018, 9:00 AM (PST)
Nov. 8, 2018, 5:00 PM (PST)
Hood River, OR

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Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers Annual Conference & Business Meeting

Presenting + Sponsoring

The theme for this year's meeting is “Let’s Partner—Moving Forward Together.” The organization is planning a great conference focusing on partnerships and managing information across partners and jurisdictions. The event will include drone demonstrations, visits to salmon habitat restoration projects, and a panel on the local 2017 Eagle Creek Fire.

Keith Steele will be presenting and conducting a demo during the conference.


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Dec. 3, 2018, 9:00 AM (EST)
Dec. 7, 2018, 5:00 PM (EST)
Washington, DC

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ACES 2018

Presenting + Attending

ACES: A Community on Ecosystem Services represents a dynamic and growing international assembly of professionals, researchers, and policy-makers involved with ecosystem services. The ACES 2018 conference will focus on linking state-of-the-art science, practice, and decision making by bringing together the ecosystem services community and decision makers from around the United States and the globe. ACES 2018 will engage leaders in government, NGOs, academia, Native American tribes, and the private sector to advance the use of ecosystem services science and practice in resource management and other societal decisions.


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From the blog

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Access the Key Findings from Our Second Conservation Manager Roundtable

This past July, we hosted our second Conservation Manager Roundtable in our Portland office. Our table was rounded by 18 representatives from 10 different natural areas organizations from across the west (California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington). While we had a few returnees in attendance, the majority of the participants were new faces for the event but certainly not new to conservation.

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WaterWatch of Oregon Raises Record Amount for Oregon Rivers

This year’s “Celebration of Oregon Rivers” auction and dinner brought over 300 supporters together for a night of fun, education, and bidding to the Tiffany Center in downtown Portland. Paddle raises and silent bids brought in a record-breaking $183,875 which covers close to a 1/3 of the organization’s annual operating budget.

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