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BESPATIAL MAPPS

 BeSpatial Annual General Meeting and Exhibit Showcase   

May 1-2, 2024


 Apply for Mapps

Submissions open till March 15 2024

Submission will be displayed at BESPATIAL

MAY 1-2, 2024

MApps (Maps and Applications) People's Choice Award & Gallery

You've worked hard to create a map or application for your organization and now is your chance to show it off to other GIS professionals and colleagues from around the Province at the annual BeSpatial and program event!

You have the opportunity to show off your best traditional Map design or create a layout to display your latest Web Application.

The 2024 submissions are now open.  

How to Participate?

Participation is easy! Simply fill in the online registration form and e-mail your digital files to the attention of member services director 

Please email as an attachment and/or provide a permanent, online link to a complete PDF or JPEG version of your map submission or application.

During the AGM & BeSpatial event, each attendee will have a chance to vote on a Map and an App. The highest vote for each will receive the MApps People's Choice Award.

All members are welcome to participate!

The People's Choice MApps Award will be given to one map and one app.

Maps are traditional paper or material based projects and apps include Esri Story Maps, StoryMap JS, Web based application and mobile apps.

2024 Submissions are Open, till March 15, 2024

To view past winners, please visit our Awards and Recognition page.

 For more information on participating in this event, please send an email to member services director

Submit MApps gallery entry



2023 App Winner

Street Tree Reporter

Author:   Laura Bernardi - Town of Orangeville

Software Used: ArcGIS Desktop/Pro, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Survey 123, FME, ArcGIS Field Apps

Abstract: The Street Tree Reporter enables members of the public to report any concerns they may have regarding Street Trees in their community. When users make a submission, existing geometry and attributes are utilized with a structured unique ID to build a new report. Town staff are notified when a new report is submitted, and from there they can verify that the report is valid and create a work order. This process enables Town staff to track concerns and work orders that have been created overtime on every Street Tree in our inventory, promoting better management and overall health of the Street Trees


2023 Map Winner

Distribution and Abundance of the Caribou in the Yukon

Author: Allison Talsma - Municipality of Clarington

Software Used: ArcGIS Pro, Map Publisher, Abobe Illustrator

Abstract: This map depicts the Caribou types and populations in the Yukon Territory. It is equipped with facts about the migrations and biology of Caribou that appear in the Yukon. The distribution data used was released by the Yukon government in 2018.

Previous Winners

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