Webinar – Precision GIS: Where Surveying & GIS Meet

This hour-long webinar will explore the very real overlap between GIS and Survey. Examples from the Land-Use-Ownership and the Utility sectors will be used — both are heavy GIS users and both require precision.

Yes, precision in GIS. The great fallacy in Surveyors’ attitudes to GIS users is that they feel that GIS users do not require accuracy. The truth is that GIS requires highly accurate positioning but the users need to have it in a simple-to-use, GIS-friendly user interface.

That’s where Carlson GIS360 comes in. We will be showing the design and features of GIS360 that allow, with very minimal training, its users to pick it up easily and start collecting GIS data with sub-centimeter accuracy.

Sign up now to attend this free webinar!

Precision GIS: Where Surveying & GIS Meet
Thursday, September 13, 2012
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CEST

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