PSLS has scheduled live webinars for the third Wednesday of each month at noon. Sessions last one hour unless noted otherwise and many offer one Professional Development Hour. Check back for updates and to register for the latest webinar.
Members of professional organizations in the geospatial or related fields (NSPS, AAGS, GLIS, PSPE) may receive a discount equal to the PSLS member discount. Please contact PSLS at 717-540-6811.
Title: UAS Aerial Photogrammetry
Presented by: Chip Berniard
Date: June 15, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM
CE Credits: 1 PDH
Description: Using Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for photogrammetric aerial mapping provides surveyors and other geospatial professionals with a revolutionary tool for collecting data that was once reserved for large photogrammetry specialists. Trimble is creating the standard for Aerial Imaging Solutions by simplifying a once complex and time-consuming process. Aerial Imaging Solutions allow survey and geospatial professionals to collect large amounts of data (several square kilometers) in a short time (less than one hour) from a safe location for use in a variety of applications - rapid, safe, flexible. Session will include an update on the current FAA policy regarding UAS operations in the national airspace.
Speaker: Chip Berniard has a degree in Geomatics Engineering and a 16 year career with Trimble engaged in a variety of roles from Applications Engineer, QA Systems Testing, Survey Business Area Product Specialist. Survey Sales experience includes Field Support Engineer, Regional Account Representative, and currently Technical Sales providing distributor and key customer pre-sales support in emerging technologies. Some of the current specialties include the Trimble UAS aerial mapping and surveying system, along with terrestrial based scanning, and the software solutions that enable the required customer deliverables.
Note: Members of other Professional societies such as PSPE, NSPS, ACSM, or other state surveying societies may register at the discounted price. In order to receive the necessary code, registrants must contact PSLS with proof of membership.
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