Webinar on Thursday, November 16th – Hosted by Eric Andelin CP, Senior Workflow Specialist with guest speaker Michael O’Sullivan, VP Sales, SimActive Inc.
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Webinar Announcement Hosted by Eric Andelin CP, Senior Workflow Specialist at SimActive and guest speaker, Kevin Graville, System Sales Manager at Phase One. Date: Thursday, August 17th 2023 Register here: https://hubs.ly/Q01ZS6Wz0 Aerial photography continues to thrive as a tool for mapping in spite of alternatives such as Lidar. Pictures can be collected using relatively low-cost cameras and converted to […]
Des Plaines, IL ( June 14, 2023) – URISA is pleased to share the details for GIS-Pro 2023, its 61st annual conference taking place October 16-19, 2023 in Columbus, Ohio.
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CLEVELAND, Ohio, 8 May 2023 – Dr. Shawana Johnson, GISP, President of Global Marketing Insights, has partnered with fellow subject matter experts on 5G, IoT, and fabric networks for a GEOINT 2023 workshop on assuring the secure and rapid transmission of critical data across the battlespace. The team includes NineTwelve of Indianapolis, Indiana, and STEP CG […]
Are you interested in learning the latest techniques and workflows for processing Lidar data? Join the largest Terrasolid networking event in North America this June 6 – 8 for the 2023 TERRASOLID NORTH AMERICAN USER CONFERENCE. Level up your skills, increase your productivity, and learn how to create new client deliverables.
Free Workshop at U.S. Hydro 2023
Global DevOps Community, Including 180 Speakers and Event Attendees from 158 Countries, To Gather for 24 Hour Conference starting at 3 am EST on November 10
Produced by UAS Magazine, the UAS Summit will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the current state of the unmanned aircraft systems industry.
Via Esri… Noting a central challenge of our time—a lack of understanding and a failure to collaborate—Esri Founder and President Jack Dangermond told an audience of thousands of mapping professionals this week that the work they’re doing would be essential to solving it.