CARIS Announces 2014 Calendar Contest
Friday, July 19, 2013

CARIS’ popular calendar contest is back! Now in its eighth year of production, the calendar contest continues to gain in popularity.

Submit your CARIS images for the calendar contest

Submissions for the 2014 calendar contest are now being accepted. CARIS software users are encouraged to submit their favourite CARIS imagery including geospatial datasets, maps, charts, 3-D views and more.

Submit your images today!

The submission deadline is Friday, September 13, 2013.

New this year – You vote for the winners

This year we are opening up the judging to the public. CARIS users and friends will be able to vote for their favourite images through the CARIS website and on CARIS' social media pages, Facebook and Google+.
Voting will happen from September 23 to October 13, 2013.

Winners will be featured in the 2014 CARIS calendar

Once the voting period ends, the 12 images with the highest number of votes will win a spot in the 2014 CARIS calendar. In addition, CARIS judges will choose two additional images to be included in the 14-month calendar. The winning images will also be published on the CARIS website as downloadable calendar desktop images and be displayed on CARIS’ social media pages.

The overall calendar contest winner, with the highest number of votes, will receive a mounted copy of their winning image and will be featured in CARIS Coastlines.


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