ASPRS EGLR Hosts Free Virtual Meeting - Technology Impacts: What’s Next in Mapping?
The American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Eastern Great Lakes Region (ASPRS EGLR), is hosting a free virtual meeting titled “Technology Impacts: What’s Next in Mapping?”. Meeting attendees will have the opportunity to engage with industry tech leaders, while learning about some of the newest technological advances and their effects on the mapping industry.
The meeting will be held live, on Thursday, November 12, from 1-4:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Attendees can join via the following Zoom link: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/967044993616
Attendance for this event free, but registration is required. Register now by clicking here.
Professionals from various segments of the mapping industry will share their knowledge and experience. Speakers at this event are currently employed in the private sector (Sanborn, Allvision, CivicMapper, and L3Harris Technologies), by the United States government (the United States Geological Survey and US Army Corps of Engineers), in education and research (Michigan Tech Research Institute), and for a not for profit (The Pennsylvania Mapping Geographic Consortium). In addition, ASPRS leaders from both the National and Eastern Great Lakes Regional Boards will also be in attendance.
Founded in 1934, the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) is a scientific association serving thousands of professional members around the world. Its mission is to advance knowledge and improve understanding of mapping sciences to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS) and supporting technologies.
The Eastern Great Lakes Region (EGLR) of ASPRS is an active group of highly professional government, academic, private sector and interested parties from the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, the state of Ohio, and western Pennsylvania who are dedicated to advancing knowledge, skills, and capabilities in applying mapping sciences and information management techniques within the region. The EGLR-ASPRS works collaboratively with adjacent regions and Canadian colleagues to promote Society goals and objectives across the Great Lakes and Ohio River watersheds of the United States. The EGLR-ASPRS is home to many leading Sustaining Members of the Society, highly respected academic institutions with tremendous technological expertise, and dedicated governmental organizations that rely upon photogrammetry and remote sensing. For additional information contact Dr. Shawana P. Johnson, GISP and Current Regional President ASPRS EGLR at Shawana@globalinsights.com
For more information on ASPRS EGLR, please visit: https://www.asprs.org/eglr-2