MAPPS is Transforming

If you have not been involved with MAPPS recently then now might just be the time to take a fresh look – things are changing for the better.

In case you are not aware of MAPPS, it is the only national association of firms in the surveying, spatial data and geographic information systems field in the United States. MAPPS member firms are engaged in surveying, photogrammetry, satellite and airborne remote sensing, aerial photography, hydrography, aerial and satellite image processing, GPS and GIS data collection and conversion services. The associate members include firms that provide products and services to the member firms, as well as other firms world-wide.

In a recent communication with Brian Raber, President he pointed out that MAPPS is in the process of becoming an association that serves the geospatial community, as well as, their membership.

Brian commented, “As the President of MAPPS, I am excited to report on the numerous MAPPS activities and accomplishments that have taken place during Q1 of 2018. I am proud of the MAPPS Board and the many members that made all these achievements a reality. I cannot express the gratitude I have to those dedicated individuals and their firms who believe in the new path charted for MAPPS. Moreover, the goal of the Board is that your firm and the profession benefits from these successes, and that we continue to celebrate more positive results in Q2.

Let’s keep the positive momentum going by seeing all of you at the Summer Conference in Charleston, SC on July 22-26.”

“The Best is Yet to Come”

Click here for more info and kudos to all involved with the ongoing transformation.

 

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