Thank You For Making the ASPRS UAS Symposium a Huge Success!
Reno buzzed with excitement on October 21-22 during the ASPRS UAS Symposium. Over 500 attendees from the UAS, geospatial, government, academia, and media industries participated in the inaugural event, demonstrating the strong demand for UAS mapping applications. Sessions were filled to capacity due to the impressive lineup of speakers, and the over 70 companies who participated helped pack the exhibit hall with excitement. The live demonstration showcased the wide-ranging diversity of UAS as attendees experienced the pleasure of watching flights in action at the ASPRS calibrated test course. An sUAS workshop, led by GeoCue Group, capped off the momentous event.
Questions & Answers and Presentations from Speakers now Available
A number of audience questions were submitted to the speakers following the symposium. View the questions and answer page here. Additionally, many of the speaker presentations are now available to view and download. The presentations can be found on the speakers and program pages.
Want to contact a symposium speaker? Download the email list here.
Photos from the Symposium
UAS MAPPING 2014 RENO in the Media
A number of media outlets have reported about there experience at the UAS symposium. Check out the links below to read their insights:
Brittany Mabry, ASPRS Heartland Region: ASPRS UAS Symposium and Technical Demonstration a Resounding Success
Susan Smith, GIS Cafe: Special Coverage: UAS: Disruption in the Skies
Colin Snow, Drone Analyst: GIS: The Biggest Little Drone Market in the World
CEU Credits Available for Symposium Attendees!
Did you miss the CEU certificate request form while at the symposium? Attendees can receive 1 CEU credit for participating by filling out the request form and mailing it to George Mason University.
Founded in 1934, the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) is a scientific association serving over 5,000 professional members around the world. Our mission is to advance knowledge and improve understanding of mapping sciences to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), and supporting technologies. Click the ASPRS link for information on the role of ASPRS in UAS technologies
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