ASPRS 2014 Annual Conference & co-located JACIE Workshop

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User Group Meetings

User Group Meetings are a wonderful chance for Conference attendees to meet with exhibitors in a personalized setting. Random People Pictures-4822

NEW for 2014! We have heard your suggestions and are making changes.

The NEW User Group Meetings will now be held during the conference, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 25 and 26, so more of you can attend. AND each session will be from 11:15 am until 1:00 pm each day. Everything else stays the same, all the fantastic information, the personal time with each User Group Meeting companies, and wonderful presentations on new products, software and innovations! 

The sessions are complimentary for all conference attendees. This is a don't miss opportunity to meet with various companies and ask important specific questions you may have regarding their products.

All User Group Meetings will be held in the Galt House Hotel. Descriptions for each User Group Meeting and room locations may be found below.

 Monday, March 24, 2014 - 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Intergraph & Leica Geosystems
Room: Combs Chandler, 2nd Floor, Suite Tower

Learn about the next generation of Leica Geosystems LiDAR sensors for airborne topography and bathymetry, and find out about the cost saving common sensor platform for ADS100, DMC IIe and RCD 30. Plus, get the latest on the unique RCD30 Penta oblique system configuration and workflow. Thought leaders from Hexagon Geospatial will also showcase the Intergraph Geospatial 2014 release, highlighting the new analytics, mobile and cloud capabilities to increase your productivity.


 

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 11:15 am to 1:00 pm

Applanix & Trimble
(combined session)
Room: Jones, 3rd Floor, Suite Tower

Directly Georeferenced Aerial Mapping for UAVs
With small unmanned systems, the physical and financial constraints present all-new challenges for direct georeferencing from the air. Applanix has brought together its experience in positioning, orientation and mobile mapping, along with the best in small-form-factor hardware and powerful software, to produce a system for aerial mapping with UAVs: the DMS (Direct Mapping Solution).

Trimble
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and automated feature extraction from imagery provide photogrammetry and remote sensing professionals with new technologies for creating GIS ready information. In this session, Trimble’s UAS solutions, including Inpho and eCognition software, will be presented highlighting the technologies, workflows and user benefits that can be obtained. Learn how these new technologies can be applied to increase productivity for your business.


Exelis
Room: Sampson, 1st Floor, Suite Tower

Join us at the ENVI User Group Meeting to learn how advances in the ENVI product family can help you turn imagery, LiDAR, and SAR data into the knowledge you need to make more informed decisions.  This event will feature presentations by remote sensing and GIS professionals who will demonstrate how they use ENVI to solve real-world problems.


GeoCue Corporation
Room: Wilkinson, 1st Floor, Suite Tower

GeoCue Corporation is a premier software development and consulting services company specializing in geospatial production management and LIDAR exploitation solutions. We will be demonstrating our GeoCue product family of integrated solutions for sensor data processing as well as our expanding suite of LP360 and Terrasolid LIDAR/Point Cloud processing and analysis solutions.

 

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 11:15 am to 1:00 pm


Microsoft
Room: Jones, 3rd Floor, Suite Tower


Join the technical experts and business leaders from Microsoft's UltraCam product group in this 105 minute presentation for an opportunity to learn about the company's latest aerial mapping sensor and software product advancements: UltraCam Osprey, UltraCam Eagle, UltraCam Falcon, UltraCam Hawk and UltraMap v3. Prizes will be raffled and refreshments will be served.


Optech
Room: Sampson, 1st Floor, Suite Tower

This session will share best practices for processing and qualifying lidar data efficiently using the Optech LMS Lidar Mapping Suite, and explore new features in LMS 2.4.1 including accuracy and density quality control, a 3D Shapefile viewer, and control-point reporting. We will focus especially on efficiently and consistently achieving accurate outputs from airborne and mobile sensors using the same workflow.

 

 

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