This summer we will also host the Geospatial Leaders Summer Workshop July 8 – 19. Please click on the link for interviews with some of last year’s participants! We are looking for volunteers to help out again this summer. Please contact me if you are interested: email@example.com
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The Loudoun GIS Forum will take place on May 8th from 8 am until 3:30 pm at Loudoun Water in Ashburn, VA. The cost for advanced registration is $25.00 or pay $30.00 at the door. The agenda for the this year’s forum is “Mapping the Future: Mobile, Social Media and
the GIS Professional”. Please click on the link for the agenda, registration form and Map Gallery submission form.
Hillary Perkins, a former URISA president, posted a question on the Women in GIS LinkedIn group asking for input for a session at URISA’s fall GIS Pro about women in GIS. What is the status of women in GIS? What issues do women face in the industry?
It’s incredible how fast the Photogrammetry/Remote sensing industry is embracing UAV technology. In past ASPRS meetings there was almost no mention of UAVs, while in the 2013 Conference there were four presentations involving the use of small UAVs as platforms for Remote Sensing, and a few vendors were also displaying small UAVs and sensors light enough to be carried by unmanned systems. Some of these companies are already working with universities and government agencies while preparing for the upcoming 2015 regulations, which will open the market for commercial UAV applications and have the potential to put 30,000 drones in the nation’s skies by 2020  Continue reading 2013 ASPRS Conference: UAVs for Remote Sensing applications→