Get Kids into Survey comes to TUC 2019


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May 2019. Orlando. Florida. USA.  It’s official, ‘Get Kids into Survey’ attend their first official conference this week in Orlando, Florida.

“TopoDOT has been our life long sponsor and we thought it fitting to have our ‘coming out’ party with them,” Elly Ball, CEO.

GKiS will have a booth and be showcasing some of their latest releases with TopoDOT User Conference (TUC) attendees, officially releasing the New York Smart Cities Poster – the first of the regional posters to be produced.

Thanks to their US Distributor Tim Burch at National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) and local surveyor Mark Van Hala of Dave Schmitt Engineering Inc, TUC will have in attendance, 40 STEM students from the Orange County School District. This will also be the first ‘Get Kids into Survey’ official STEM organized event.

“I will be running a fun workshop for the kids, with our awesome Brand Ambassador Ryan Swingley of ESP Associates. We will also have Founding Research Director, Timothy Hawthorne of Citizen Science GIS joining us and telling us the latest about the Geo Bus. an on board science lab with a focus for geospatial technology careers.” - Elly Ball, CEO

‘Get Kids into Survey’ will also be showcasing 2019/2020 plans with the TUC attendees including a sneak peak of their surveying inspired Comic Book which will not only be exciting and fun to read but also be indirectly teaching kids about surveying.

You can find further information about Get Kids into Survey at

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