The Central Coast GIS Users Group (http://www.orurisa.org/ccgisug) is pleased to invite you to the 2016 GIS Symposium by the Sea - Are Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Right for Me? taking place Friday, September 16th, in Lincoln City, Oregon. This all-day symposium will introduce you to the history and basic principles of UASs, regulations, applications of the technology, plus the relationship with GIS. More details, including a draft program, are available on the group website (http://www.orurisa.org/2016_UAV_Symposium).
The symposium will be held in the Auditorium of the Lincoln City Cultural Center in Lincoln City. Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/Htaj7wtLU3K2
We will meet from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on Friday, September 16th. Late Registration is available for $30 and won't include lunch. In an effort to reduce waste we will not be providing individual bottled water this year. Please consider bringing a reusable water bottle or other container for drinking water during the symposium. We will have cups available in case you forget.
Also, please forward this link to anyone you think may be interested; this symposium is open to all who are interested. We look forward to seeing you there.
Even if you can't make the symposium, feel free to join us afterwards for local pints and dining (Roadhouse 101, 4649 SW Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367)!
Please contact us with any questions.
CCGISUG 2015 Symposium Committee
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Central Coast GIS Users Group
The Central Coast GIS Users Group (CCGISUG) promotes networking between GIS professionals, students, and others on the Central Oregon Coast involved in mapping and geospatial technologies and provides the opportunity for them to exchange ideas and experiences; address common problems and concerns; obtain advice; and participate in training and education. We meet bimonthly on the second Wednesday from 12:15 to 1:45. Membership is free!
For more information please visit http://www.orurisa.org/ccgisug. To join our listserv, please contact Sandy Gruber (Sandy@lincolncity.org).