SUNNYVALE, Calif. and COLLEGE STATION, Tex., Nov. 14, 2019—Texas A&M University has received a gift from Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) to establish a state-of-the-art Trimble Technology Lab in the College of Geosciences. The Lab will provide an integrated field and classroom experience that will empower geospatial education at the University.
Foundation offers a variety of scholarship opportunities for college students
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, U.K., 4 November 2019 – The Creative Technologies Program at Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) has created an immersive simulation that enables participants to experience a World War I battlefield with their senses of sight, hearing, and touch. The simulation combines a digital Virtual Reality (VR) environment with a life-sized physical model created from 3D […]
A doctorate is one of the highest levels of educational entertainment. Most people who pursue a doctorate do so to earn an ‘expert’ credential in their field, to enhance their career prospects, or simply for the love of knowledge. Though a doctorate comes with several perks, it does take long enough to earn one. But […]
Des Plaines, IL (September 4, 2019) —With one more GIS Leadership Academy this year (Phoenix, Arizona – October 21-25, 2019), URISA is pleased to announce that the program will be offered three times in 2020: in Minneapolis, Minnesota (June 8-12, 2020), Portland, Oregon (August 17-21, 2020), and St. Petersburg, Florida (November 9-13, 2020).
Cleveland, MS — Delta State University recently became the first undergraduate degree program to achieve collegiate accreditation from the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. Singled out for its geospatial analysis and intelligence (GAI) bachelor of applied science (BAS) program, Delta State became the 18th school to receive USGIF accreditation.
Going away to college might sound like a fun adventure at first, but once you get settled in, you start to realize you have a lot more responsibility now that you’re out on your own. It’s up to you to figure out what you’re having for dinner, keep track of assignment due dates, make sure […]
Outstanding students receive a total of $130,000 for academic excellence in GEOINT
The processing of large projects (e.g. 20,000 images @ 250 megapixels) presents huge challenges to the mapping industry. SimActive’s training session ‘Streamlining large photogrammetric projects with Correlator3D’ will discuss how to implement an optimal workflow with Correlator3D, using the proper level of automation and hardware resources.
For the first time, companies, start-ups, students, school pupils, universities and associations are coming together at INTERGEO 2019 to create an interactive area focussing specifically on careers, young talent, education and innovation.