View 70+ Companies that are Participating at UAS MAPPING 2014 RENO!

ASPRSLeaders from UAS, geospatial, government, academia, and the media are presenting, exhibiting, and generously sponsoring at the ASPRS UAS Symposium in Reno. View the over 70 companies who are participating at UAS MAPPING 2014 RENO!

Sponsors

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Towill Inc: Surveying, Mapping and GIS Needs
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GeoCue: Sensor Workflow Solutions, Small UAS Mapping, Point Cloud Information Extraction
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xyHt: Positioning and Measurement, Elevated
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Altavian: Precisely Different
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Riegl USA: Building Systems, Delivering Performance
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GOLD LEVEL
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Airware: Hardware, Software, and Cloud Services for Drones
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ESRI: A Comprehensive Platform for All Your Imagery Needs
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Velodyne: High Definition LiDAR
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SILVER LEVEL
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Aeryon Labs: Defining the Standards of sUAS Flight Performance, Reliability and Ease-of-Use
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Woolpert: Providing Client-Focused Solutions for Matters Including Engineering, Architecture, and Design
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MEDIA
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Apogeo Spatial: Elevating Global Awareness
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AUVSI: Up-to-Date on the Latest Trends in the Unmanned Systems and Robotics World
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Directions Magazine: All Things Location
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GISCafe: The Leading GIS Portal
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GITA: Facilitate the Delivery of High Quality and Ongoing Education and Engagement Opportunities for Professionals in the Geospatial Industry
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Sensors and Systems: Making Sense of Global Change
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Society of American Foresters: Growing Better All the Time
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sUAS News: The Voice of the Unmanned Systems Community
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Exhibitors and Speakers

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3D Robotics
Aerial Services Inc.
Aerial Technology International
Aerovironment
Aerospace Corp.
Aeryon Labs Inc.
Airware Inc.
American Aerospace Advisors Inc.
Applanix
ASPRS
BAE Systems
Big Idea Group Inc.
Cardiofx
DATEM Systems International
Digital Results Group
Drone Analyst
Drone Deploy
ESRI
Field Of View
GeoCue Corp.
George Erio/Andy Daniels
GIS Cafe
Google
iPhone Drone Imagery
Keystone Aerial Surveys
Kitware
KRTKL
Leica
Lizardtech
Mapbox
Micro Aerial Projects
McKim & Creed
Multirotor Service-Drone
NASA
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
National Institute of Advanced Studies
Nevada Institute of Autonomous Systems
Nixon Peabody LLP
Northern Nevada Development Authority
NovAtel
Optech
Orbit Logic
Phase One Industrial
Penn State University
Pix4D
Phoenix Aerial Systems
POMS & Associates
Public Science League
PrecisionHawk
Prenav
Quantum Spatial
Reno-Stead Airport
SBG Systems
Silent Falcon
SenseFly
Simactive
SkyCatch
SkyIMD
Skyward .io
Surefire LLC
sUAS News
TeraLogics
Terrapan Labs
T-Motor
Topcon
Towill Inc.
Trimble
University of Georgia
Unmanned Systems Canada
USGS
URS
U.S. Forest Service
Velodyne
Woolpert
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ATTENTION STUDENTS – Call for Posters

ASPRS has released a call for posters for the fast-approaching UAS MAPPING 2014 RENO symposium which will be held at the Reno Ballroom in downtown Reno on October 21 and 22. The symposium is focused on education and collaboration on UAS technology and its application to the survey, mapping and remote sensing field. Industry experts from the private sector, academia and the government will present practical information on flight planning, mission control, acquisition and data processing for data analysis and production of mapping products.

A poster session is currently being organized which will provide another means of information exchange in addition to the general sessions, exhibitions, networking sessions and live demonstrations already organized. Poster sessions will be held concurrently with blocks of time allocated for networking and exhibition. A committee will review the applications and select poster session presenters from the pool of applicants. (Only symposium registrants will be considered!)

Click here for POSTER SESSION APPLICATION FORM

Please email poster applications to asprs.norcal@gmail.comThis is an excellent opportunity to highlight your UAS technologies, applications, research and development, and real-life project experiences! See you in Reno!

Reno’s Economy Boosted by Drone Entrepreneurs

rowStartup Row, Reno’s newest strip of high-tech companies, fosters entrepreneurs whom develop software and manufacture drones. Tour one of the offices and you’ll think you’ve walked into somewhere in Cupertino rather than Northern Nevada. The FAA sanctioned UAS test site, along with location, low taxes, and sparse regulations, have transformed Reno into a hub for modern drone entrepreneurs.

Workers with a solid education background and talented skillset will be required to power Reno’s emerging drone industry. That’s why the University of Nevada, Reno partnered with an Australian drone company, and opened a research facility in downtown Reno. “The university is starting to work with Mr. Mike Kazmierski, president of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada, to make sure students are trained in specific skills or even the languages needed by companies looking to settle in Reno.” – Dionne Searcey, NY Times

Eliminating the stigma of being the “second-tier Vegas” is something city officials are working on diligently. Drones are playing a major role in making that vision a reality.

Content from this post came courtesy of the NY Times article Reno Rolls the Dice on High-Tech.