Mark Cygan

Mark has been working in GIS and mapping since 1984. He is Esri’s Director National Mapping & Statistic Solutions and has been in Esri’s Industry Solutions Group since 2005. Mark previously worked for nearly 10 years as a Senior Consultant and Project Manager in Esri’s Professional Services starting in 1995. Prior to Esri, Mark was on the management team at NAVTEQ (now HERE), as they were pioneering digital mapping for in-vehicle, web and mobile uses. He was also the Manager of Rand McNally & Co, California Cartographic Services, the premier cartographic and travel publisher. Mark is actively participating in the; United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM), UN-GGIM Geospatial Societies Board Member (and past Chair), User Community of Geospatial Authorities Executive Secretary and International Map Industry Association (IMIA) Board of Directors.

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The Next Chapter in National Mapping: Great Britain Moves to Mapping Changes

Ordnance Survey captures change across the country, providing a bridge between our physical and digital worlds.

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Great Britain’s National Mapping Agency Embraces Automation

Ordnance Survey continues its role as the world's leading mapping agency by embracing innovation through automation.

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Where Is 3D Mapping Headed?

If you want to know where 3D mapping is going and how UAVs play a role, register to attend the Esri 3D Mapping Forum in California this July.

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Ireland Puts Policy Initiatives on the Map

The innovative GeoHive platform empowers Ordnance Survey Ireland to provide direction for evidence-based policy making in Ireland.

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Ireland Provides All Citizens with a Greater Sense of Place

The innovative GeoHive spatial data sharing and mapping platform helps Ordnance Survey Ireland deliver maps that align with citizen’s lives.

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Ireland Transforms Mapping, Adding Intelligence to Data

Ordnance Survey Ireland transformed from a traditional map production model to providing geospatial data for improved decisions.

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