FIG Young Surveyors North America Meeting

The NSPS Young Surveyors Network (YSN) is sponsoring a  meeting of the FIG Young Surveyors North America October 17-18th, 2018 at the College Park Marriott in College Park, Maryland.

NSPS Logo for Young Surveyors

NSPS Logo

If you are a young surveying professional this FIG Young Surveyors North America Meeting in October is an excellent opportunity to connect with fellow professionals from around the world to compare notes and develop ideas for how the surveying profession can be advanced. This is absolutely critical to the future of the profession. This is an important meeting to attend.

The theme of this year’s meeting is “Plotting a Course for the Future.” A look at the two-day program reveals that there will be sessions on the 2022 North American datum update, geospatial technology skills, leadership, and an introspective look at the surveying profession by an outsider. Your registration will also provide access to the sessions being offered by the Maryland Society of Surveyors.

The meeting is being held in conjunction with the NSPS Fall Business Meeting as well as the Maryland Society of Surveyors Fall Conference

You do not need to be a member of NSPS to register. The registration fee is $50.

Click here for the meeting flyer. Thanks to SAM and Trimble for their sponsorship. Congratulations to co-hosts Chris Glantz and Melissa O’brien for all of their hard work in making this happen. They can use your support.

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