Hallowell, Maine — December 13, 2019 — Blue Marble Geographics® is hosting a live webinar that will introduce the addition of photogrammetric point cloud processing from drone or UAV-captured images to the GIS software company’s free academic curriculum. The webinar is an online interactive event designed for educators in higher education and begins at 2:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, January […]
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.
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 […]
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.
Des Plaines, IL (July 16, 2019) URISA is pleased to announce that the American Institute of Certified Planners has approved 73.0 CM credits for GIS-Pro 2019 in New Orleans.
The Foundation adds Indiana University of Pennsylvania to its growing Collegiate Accreditation Program
GOLDEN, Colorado, 16 July 2018 – Golden Software, a developer of affordable software for scientific data visualization and analysis, has introduced a new unlimited licensing plan for universities and educational institutions.
We all had a best friend in school, that one person we hung out with every day. We were inseparable and would do everything together. The thing is, as you get older, it becomes more difficult to keep in touch with these people. As we move on we want to experience new things in life, […]
The majority of collegiate degree programs treat geospatial technologies as a set of bolt-on courses to traditional underlying geography, ecology, or computer information systems core program of study. This approach was reasonable five or more years ago when the full swath of geospatial technologies was not as full as it is now. However, advents in […]
Highlights for March 25 Event Include New “Girls in STEM” Wing, “Hack My Drone” Interactive Exhibit and Presentation by High School STEM Superstar