The 28th International Cartographic Conference took place in Washington, D.C., USA, 2–7 July 2017.
Extraordinary General Assembly
The conference hosted an Extraordinary General Assembly of the ICA.
At the ICA Awards Ceremony at ICC2017 the following awards were presented in recognition of contributions to the ICA:
|William Cartwright||Australia||ICA Honorary Fellowship|
|Anne Ruas||France||ICA Honorary Fellowship|
|Timothy Trainor||USA||ICA Honorary Fellowship|
|Igor Drecki||New Zealand||Diploma for outstanding services to ICA|
|Aileen R. Buckley||USA||Diploma for outstanding services to ICA|
|Cynthia A. Brewer||USA||Diploma for outstanding services to ICA|
|Matthew Rice||USA||Diploma for outstanding services to ICA|
Several ICA Commissions were organizing pre-conference events.
The winning entries are listed below – some of them will be featured in our Map of the Month section.
|Atlases||1st: The National Atlas of Korea, Republic of Korea|
2nd: Tactile Atlas of Switzerland, Switzerland
3rd: Grand Topographic Atlas of Catalonia 1:25,000, Institut Cartografic i Geologic de Catalunya
Public vote: Swiss World Atlas 2017 Ed., Switzerland
|Digital Products||1st: Minecraft® on Demand, France|
2nd: Augmented Reality App Swissarena, Switzerland
3rd & Public vote: Atlas of Switzerland Online, Switzerland
|Educational cartographic products||1st: genderATlas goes school, Austria|
2nd: Historical Atlas of Poland for blind and visually impaired, Poland
3rd & Public vote: 3D Relief of Czechia, Czechia
|Other cartographic products||1st: Psychogeography in the age of the quantified self, Germany|
2nd: Canal Full Map Long Scroll, China
3rd: Canton Berne – 3D printed Terrain Model, 1:25,000, Switzerland
Public Vote: Canal Full Map Long Scroll, China
|Charts on panels||1st: Zhenghe Navigational Chart with an Ancient vs. Modern Comparison, China|
2nd: Stavanger Harbor with Seaward approaches (chart no. 455), Norway
3rd: IFR Enroute Low Altitude – Alaska L-1, Esri
Public Vote: VFR Aeronautical Chart of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia
|Maps on panels||1st: Relief MASSIF DU MONT BLANC, France|
2nd: The Olivine Wilderness, New Zealand
3rd: Jenny Lake Hiking Map, USA
Public Vote: Blue and White Dream, China
The international jury had the following members:
- Kenneth Field (Chair), United Kingdom
- Margaret Pearce (Organiser), USA
- Antoni Moore, New Zealand
- David Fairbairn, United Kingdom
- Paulo Menezes, Brazil
- William Cartwright, Australia
- Lorenz Hurni, Switzerland
- Dirk Burghardt, Germany
- Dušan Petrovič, Slovenia
- Serena Coetzee, South Africa
- Rosemary Wardley (LOC), USA
Barbara Petchenik Competition
Will be added soon.
Will be added soon.
Details and results of the orienteering event on July 6 at Fountainhead Regional Park can be found in our orienteering section.