Editor’s Points: Surveyor Wanted Crossing an Imagined Chasm IoT and the Move to Open Source GIS GSA launches 2017 GNSS Market Report Outlook for Civil GNSS Budget: Overcast with a Chance of Cuts
The WVSPS Administrative Office will be closed on Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, May 30th. We would like to wish everyone a safe holiday weekend!
Registration is now open for the Eastern Panhandle Seminars on July 14th at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg, WV. Kris Kline will be presenting the following topics: Keeping the Cooley Spirit Alive (2 PDH) The Intent of the Parties – Reading the Deed (2 PDH) Practical Location and Aquiescence (2 PDH) Prescriptive Easements in West Virginia (2 PDH) […]
Solo Notes: The Value of Dual Licensure Traceable Time from GNSS Signals Satellite Manufacturing & Launch Market to Generate $258 Billion in Next Decade Autonomous vehicles drive innovation in the GNSS industry What do Drones, LiDAR Mean for Aerial Surveying, Mapping?
The WVSPS has eight active chapters which meet monthly all over the state of West Virginia. Below, you can find their meeting schedule and representatives. Attendance at meetings is worth a potential 3 PDHs per year and are open to everyone. Clarksburg Chapter Chapter Representative: Rick Casteel Meetings: 2nd Monday of each month (September – […]
Guest Column: Extracting Value From Mapping Data Emerging Trends at the Intersection of GIS & Aerial Imagery Back to the Moon? Or—Straight on to Mars? Scientists, Satellites Monitor ‘Golden Tides’
The Western River Valley Chapter of WVSPS will be holding a presentation in conjunction with the US Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday, May 16 at 6:30 PM at Barboursville Park in Shelter 3, Barboursville, WV. This presentation is free and open to all! Stephen Caldwell from the US Army Corps of Engineers and Jason […]
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