Thanks to our generous sponsors this first Workshop/Exploratorium of 2017 will focus on utilizing aerial derived datasets in your daily workflows and discussion of current technologies in use and in the future and how you can prepare your shop (and budget) to take advantage of these new tools.
Hands on workshops will cover the acquisition and implementation of aerial derived LiDAR data in your current workflows and the use of a small UAS/UAV to collect aerial imagery for use in Esri Drone2Map application.
Additional presentations will cover the National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence, the current state of UAS/UAV in the industry and open source software solutions available to everyone that can be leveraged in your current workflows.The Exploratorium will take place on Thursday, March 9th, at the West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Paducah.
Registration is FREE to KAMP members and non-KAMP members who are post-secondary students (student ID required on-site); $25 for non-KAMP members
In order to qualify for FREE registration, KAMP membersMUST LOGIN to Wild Apricot BEFORE registering, and must be current on their membership dues. Fees paid for workshop registration CANNOT be applied retroactively toward membership. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Bring your own tablet or other device if desired for possible field use and notes.
Lunch will be provided by our sponsor, CANON.
A detailed agenda can be viewed by clicking HERE
Campus Map – parking is free
Presentations will be led by: Stephen Chino Jr, Vincent A. DiNoto Jr, Greg Grabner, and David Siskin
Instructor Bios available HERE
Workshop is limited to 30 participants, so register HERE soon.