It’s Not Too Late to Attend the Third Annual UAS Mapping Technical Demonstration and Symposium in Palm Springs, CA September 12 – 14. Sponsored by ASPRS. There is still time to make your plans, but we suggest you take this opportunity to register for this important event now.
UAS Mapping 2016 will build on the success of the two previous events in Reno. It will open with a series of four interactive, vendor workshops on Monday September 12. Presentations will be made by BAE, PrecisionHawk, Esri and Pix4D. These will be your opportunity to get immersed in the technology.
The Symposium opens on Tuesday with a keynote from Lawrie Jordan, Director of Imagery at Esri who will present his vision of the future of 3D GIS, imaging and how the UAS platforms factor into the future of data collection. In the afternoon David Kay from Keystone Aerial will discuss the use of 5 sensors in one day.
A unique feature of the conference will be a series of 15 minute presentations that will be held at three different times in the exhibit hall. This will provide the attendees with a more interactive and hands on learning experience.
Tuesday evening features a surprise event that combines UAS technology with entertainment. You don’t want to miss this.
Wednesday will feature presentations from LizardTech, GeoWing and more. Perhaps the highlight of the plenary sessions will be a panel discussing the latest developments in Beyond Visual Line of Sight. This is an area that holds tremendous promise for UAS technology.
Hope to see you there.