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GPS & Mobile Data Collection Workshop

School of Earth Sciences & Stanford Geospatial Center

Friday, February 21, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (PST)

Stanford, CA

GPS & Mobile Data Collection Workshop

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Come learn about the different options for collecting GPS data available on campus. This free workshop will involve hands-on data collection with a variety of devices. No previous GPS or GIS experience required. Open to all departments.

This workshop will introduce you to the following devices, which range in ease of use and accuracy from simple mobile devices to sophisticated survey-grade technology:

  • iPhones
  • iPads
  • Android phones
  • Nexus 10 tables
  • Garmin units
  • Trimble GeoXT and Juno units 

Contact Sara Cina (saracina@stanford.edu) or David Medeiros (davidmed@stanford.edu) for more information.

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Have questions about GPS & Mobile Data Collection Workshop? Contact School of Earth Sciences & Stanford Geospatial Center

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Branner Library
397 Panama Mall
Mitchell Earth Sciences Building
Stanford, CA 94305

Friday, February 21, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (PST)


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School of Earth Sciences & Stanford Geospatial Center

School of Earth Sciences

The Shared Field Measurement Facility within the School of Earth Sciences exists to provide equipment and training to members of the Stanford community interested in or needing to conduct field based research or teaching.

Stanford Geospatial Center

The Stanford Geospatial Center is housed in the Branner Earth Sciences Library and its mission is to support the Stanford community on geospatial technologies.
https://gis.stanford.edu

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