The Geo Week event in Denver, CO January 28 – 30, 2019 will include a number of valuable ASPRS workshops that provide intensive training from hands-on industry experts.
It is not easy to stay informed of the latest advancements in the geospatial sciences. The ASPRS is doing its best to keep its members and in this case the general public, supplied with opportunities to get intensive, cost effective training from leaders in their specialty areas.
ASPRS workshops have recently been added to the program and are now available for you to add to your Geo Week 2019 registration. These are available to ILMF, ASPRS and MAPPS attendees.
Recently added workshops include:
• Preparation for ASPRS Certification – Lidar
• Object-Based Image Analysis for Natural Resource Management
• Hyperspectral Remote Sensing: Fundamentals and Practices
• Preparation for ASPRS Certification – General Knowledge
• Total Propagated Uncertainty (TPU) of Lidar Data
• Aerial Triangulation and Data Processing for The Unmanned Aerial System (UAS)
• Introduction to Google Earth Engine for Data Exploration in Education and Outreach
• Hyperspectral Remote Sensing – Phenomenology, Sensor Systems, And Data Processing
• Methods for The Quality Assurance of Lidar Point Clouds for Floodplain Modeling
• Earth Observation Using Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Technology and Multi-Temporal Datasets
• Spreadsheet Demonstration of Analytical Photogrammetry
• Integrating Object-Based and Machine-Learning Approaches for Feature Extraction
• Practical Approach to Using the ASPRS Positional Accuracy Standards for Digital Geospatial Data
• Exploring Story Maps as Web-Based Geospatial Information Outreach Tools
• Cloud Photogrammetry – Past Present and Future
• Where Theory Meets Reality – Achieving Accuracy and Efficiency in Drone Photogrammetry
• UAS Lidar For Precision Mapping
• Fundamentals of Image Analysis in Google Earth Engine
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