Join us for the second of two workshops offered as part of the Cumberland Chapter of URISA Annual Meeting 2017!
Workshop 2: LiDAR Concepts, Collection and Processing Methods, and Use in GIS Applications:
This workshop will explain LiDAR concepts, collection methodologies, and how LiDAR data is processed to derive usable GIS data products. There will be examples of LiDAR data use in real world GIS applications presented. The workshop will also include a hands-on computer-based exercise teaching major steps in LiDAR data processing and use in GIS. This workshop is appropriate for GIS managers and technical staff -- including individuals with little LiDAR experience or those with experience seeking to augment or update their skills.
Jeremy Mullins, CP, PLS, GISP
Note that Workshop #1 (also on Tuesday, January 10, 2017) and the Cumberland Chapter of URISA Annual Meeting 2017 on Monday, January 9, 2017 are separate ticketed events and require separate registration.
Due to school not being in session at this time, you will not need a parking pass. Attendees will be allowed to park in visitor spaces, black overflow lots, and green commuter lots. Morgan University Center is highlighted in yellow below:
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Cumberland Chapter of URISA
The Cumberland Chapter of URISA is a collaborative community of GIS professionals in Kentucky and Tennessee with a local focus and an international perspective. Our mission is to encourage the advancement of geospatial knowledge through education, professional development, ethical practice and advocacy.