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Q&A: Remote Sensing & Mapping Drones

How are surveying and mapping benefiting from drone technology today? Drone technology has eliminated most of the barriers to entry to remote sensing and mapping. Aerial Services is celebrating our 50th year (ASI history) in this profession, and we,  like our competitors, are accustomed to thinking about using multi-hundred-thousand-dollar aircraft and million-dollar sensors to produce …

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The Coastal GeoTools Conference

February 6 – 9, 2017 About Coastal GeoTools The Coastal GeoTools conference, established in 1999, is typically held every two years and focuses on geospatial data, tools, technology, and information for coastal resource management professionals. Coastal GeoTools 2017 will be the ninth in the conference series. Who Should Attend The Coastal GeoTools 2015 conference attracted …

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Geospatial Professionals Receive 2016 MAPPS President’s Award!

Article courtesy of MAPPS MAPPS, the national association for private sector geospatial firms, today announced it has recognized twelve individuals for their significant contributions to the association and the geospatial profession for 2016. MAPPS President, Susan Marlow, Stantec, recognized the following Presidential Award recipients: Bob Hanson, Michael Baker International, for his service as MAPPS Treasurer, …

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Where’s the Ground?

Mike Tully recently had an article published on ASPRS called “Where’s the Ground”. This article discusses the drone mapping revolution that has cut loose flying for non-specialists. Anyone can perform remote sensing and mapping that previously was possible only using specialized knowledge and gear. Considered together, this explosion of remote sensing and mapping technology will ignite …

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MAPPS President’s Award Won 6th Year in a Row!

Mike Tully was presented with the MAPPS President’s Award by the MAPPS President Susan Marlow (Stantec, Nashville, TN). Mike’s dedication and service as the Program Committee Chairman was recognized by the President of MAPPS. Although he is grateful for the recognition, he acknowledges that successful programs at the twice annual MAPPS conferences are possible only with the help of many …

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