**As of June 13th, 2016 this workshop is postponed due to low registration. **
On June 16, a specially designed Exploratorium will take place at the Hazard Community and Technical College Technology Campus.
The focus of the event will be:
- modeling emergency response with HAZUS-MH GIS
- manipulating merged, high definition datasets from different sources (e.g. LiDAR in its many flavors)
- increased positional accuracy using GNSS to map infrastructure
- field data collection using established methods
- GeoMentoring tools for community service projects using ArcGIS Online
Keynote presentations from Vince DiNoto, Director of the National Geospatial Technologies Center of Excellence and of Eric Muncy, Precision Products are scheduled during lunch.
Seating is limited.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***Becoming a KAMP member and keeping your KAMP membership current brings the benefit of attending educational and professional development events such as workshops and exploratoriums for free, and a discount at the Kentucky GIS Conference. Because your membership in KAMP is a valued asset, we ask you to read carefully and follow these instructions before registering for this workshop:
1- IF YOU ARE A KAMP MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING:
Please register for the workshop at a $0 cost via Wild Apricot at the above links
2- IF YOUR KAMP MEMBERSHIP HAS EXPIRED or YOU currently ARE not A KAMP MEMBER, the cost of membership ($25/year or $5 if you are a student) will be applied towards this first workshop:
FIRST, please renew your membership or BECOME a member here:https://kamp.wildapricot.org/Membership and THEN register for this workshop at a $0 cost
3- IF YOU ARE not A KAMP MEMBER and are NOT ready to join KAMP just yet, then register for the workshop at a $25 cost at the links above