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  • ASPRS-MAPPS 2003 Fall Conference
    Covers 2 3 4 2 500 Center Spread 2 200 Full page one or two color ROP 1 050 Half page one or two color ROP 650 To participate in any of the marketing opportunities for Exhibitors listed below please contact Anna Marie Kinerney ASPRS Meetings Marketing Manager at 301 493 0290x106 or email akinerney asprs org Mailing Lists Send out advance notice of products and special conference discounts Exhibitors qualify for a 20 discount on ASPRS mailing list rental ASPRS Sustaining Member exhibitors qualify for a 50 discount Registration Packet Inserts For added visibility insert a one page flyer in the registration packet 300 per 750 pieces 750 piece minimum Size should not exceed 8 x 11 inches and weight not to exceed 4 oz Take One Exhibit For the benefit of those who do not wish to rent a booth a Take One Exhibit for the distribution of brochures and other materials is available Pamphlets brochures cards leaflets magazines and similar material will be displayed prominently so that those visiting the exhibit area can Take One FEE 300 per 750 copies of each style or type of brochure leaflet booklet or other individual item This fee includes a

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  • ASPRS-MAPPS 2003 Fall Conference
    post conference issue of PE RS One page flyer in registration packet Silver Sponsorship One free conference registration Sign displayed during the event Recognition in the conference preliminary program if submitted before deadline Sponsor logo and description on the sponsors page of the final program if submitted before deadline 20 discount on advertising in the on site pre or post conference issue of PE RS please make a copy for your records and mark your selections directly on this sheet Exhibit Hall Opening Reception 6 000 Sponsorship amount Date Tuesday October 28 Time 5 30 pm to 7 00 pm Location Exhibit Hall Sponsorship Level GOLD Attendees socialize with vendors in a casual atmosphere while enjoying drinks and hors d oeuvres Coffee Breaks 1 500 Sponsorship amount Location Exhibit Hall Sponsorship Level SILVER Please indicate date and time Tuesday October 28 Afternoon Thursday October 30 Morning Afternoon Conference Canvas Bags TBD Sponsorship amount Sponsorship Level SILVER Box Lunch 2 500 Sponsorship amount Date Friday May 9 Location Exhibit Hall Sponsorship Level SILVER Please indicate time Conference Canvas Bags TBD Sponsorship amount Sponsorship Level SILVER Wednesday October 29 Thursday October 30 For complete details on all sponsorships please contact Anna Marie

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  • be one of the largest ever offered at an ASPRS Annual Conference with 450 technical papers and posters from over 30 nations Technical tours will be conducted at The University of Alaska Anchorage including the Department of Geomatics the U S Fish and Wildlife Service s use of remote sensing GIS the U S Geological Survey s use of remote sensing products to monitor volcanoes the Bureau of Land Management and DAT EM Systems International to meet the staff who create the international software company s line of photogrammetric products In addition there will be user group sessions ASPRS workshops and committee meetings held on the two days prior to the conference All of this will take place in our nation s most spectacular natural setting Alaska The conference will be held at Alaska s show place The Egan Center in the middle of downtown Anchorage The Hilton Anchorage Hotel offering magnificent views of Cook Inlet and North America s highest mountain peak Mt McKinley is the conference hotel We expect more than 100 exhibitors to pack the Exhibit Hall in the Egan Center The social events we have lined up will ensure that you soak up an unforgettable Alaskan experience On Tuesday evening we ll go to Merrill Field Airport for The Welcome Reception and Airborne Technology Exhibits This will be your opportunity to experience first hand one of the world s busiest general aviation airports and see aircraft equipped with photogrammetric on board digital sensors Talk to the pilots and professionals who use this equipment you may never get this chance again This year the Memorial Address honoring Calvin Fifield and Tom Hazard will be held at 11 15 on Wednesday On Wednesday evening we ll have the Exhibitor s Reception at the Egan Center followed by the

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  • congalton unh edu Social Events Howard Earl howard resdat com John Koltun grs arctic net Paul Brooks pbrooks aeromap com Greg Durocher gfdurocher usgs gov User Groups Gerry Bering gbering aeromap com Technical Tours Robert Haus auriferousrush yahoo com Paul Brooks pbrooks aeromap com Student Volunteers Steve Buchanan afsb1 uaa alaska edu Dominick Bernardo domalaska yahoo com Exhibits Advertising Local Jeff Yates jyates datem com Mike Fretwell fretwellm akrr com Marketing Local Steve St Peter sstpeter aeromap com Bob Schweitzer bschweitzer aeromap com Keynote Speaker Stan Moll smoll aeromap com Jerry Minick jerry minick fws gov Local Website Editor Robert Haus auriferousrush yahoo com Conference Website Editor Martin Wills willsm missouri edu Phani Chilukuri pkc300 mizzou edu National Exhibits Advertising Truby Chiaviello potompub aol com 2002 2003 ASPRS Officers President Terrence J Keating President Elect Donald T Lauer Vice President Russell G Congalton Past President George F Hepner Treasurer Michael S Renslow Board Members Paul D Brooks Edwin Freeborn Kari J Craun Thomas L Pagh C P Charles E Olson Jr Scot Smith Peggy J Harwood Lloyd H Blackburn Lawrence R Handley David R Bowen Jeffrey K Sano John Bloodgood Lawrence R Pettinger Joan S Zelinski Karen L Schuckman Terry A Curtis Daniel L Civco Allen E Cook Jerry A Wagner William H Heidbreder George Southard Douglas H Fuller Primary Data Acquisition Joan S Zelinski John T Boland Remote Sensing Applications Daniel L Civco Patricia Northcutt Professional Practice Karen L Schuckman John R Simmers Photogrammetric Applications John Bloodgood Charles K Toth Geographic Information Systems Peggy J Harwood Marguerite M Madden Sustaining Members Council George Southard Kevin Perkins ASPRS Staff Executive Director James R Plasker Director of Communications Assistant Executive Director Kimberly A Tilley Meetings Marketing Manager Anna Marie Kinerney Production Manager Rae Kelley Adverstising Exhibit Sales Truby Chiaviello Membership Manager

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  • explore the state of thetechnology in the Exhibition Hall and enjoy a variety of social events including a very unique train ride This is an exciting time for all of us and for ASPRS The members of ASPRS Alaska Region are to be congratulated for hosting this meeting As you encounter these hard working individuals this week please take a few moments to thank them for their untiring efforts in organizing and executing this extraordinarily complex event When I took office as President of ASPRS I challenged all of our members to become more active in our Society s regions divisions committees and conferences Given the increased level of commitment I have seen over the past year and the diversity of attendees here in Anchorage I sincerely believe that many of you accepted this challenge This is the sort of participation that is needed to keep our Society in the forefront and continue in our role as the premier organization representing our industry This conference offers a marvelous array of technical and poster sessions that are being presented to expand your knowledge base in your chosen field within the disciplines of imaging and geospatial information These sessions along with all

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  • the Great Alaskan Train Adventure If a spouse or guest would like to attend the Keynote Plenary or technical sessions they are required to pay the rate of a full registration or daily registration Please use the On Site Registration Form available at the Registration Desk in the Lobby of the Egan Center and present it to the Registration Staff with the appropriate fee Can I visit the Exhibit Hall only Individuals who wish admission to the Exhibit Hall only are required to pay a 50 registration fee for Wednesday that includes the Exhibitors Reception 35 for Thursday or Friday Please use the On Site Registration Form available at the Registration Desk in the Lobby of the Egan Center and present it to the Registration Staff with the appropriate fee The badge that will be supplied will allow admission to the Exhibit Hall only during show hours for the specific day Are extra copies of the CD Rom Proceedings available Additional proceedings CD ROMs may be purchased at the Registration Desk for 35 per copy Proceedings lost stolen or misplaced at the conference will not be replaced Why do I need a name badge and tickets Conference name badges are required for admission to workshops the keynote plenary and technical sessions exhibit hall and any social functions to identify ASPRS attendees In addition to your name badge you may have tickets for social functions Tickets are necessary to identify those who have paid for the event There is a 5 00 replacement fee for lost badges and tickets Is there a place to post my resume or job opening Resumes and job openings may be posted in the Exhibit Hall inside the ASPRS Career Fair Booth Prospective employers can review resumes and those looking for job opportunities may scan the postings It is suggested that several copies of all postings be provided Is there a place for speakers to prepare their presentations We encourage workshop instructors and technical session presenters to preview their presentation materials The ASPRS Speaker Ready Room is located in the Conference Room on the Mezzanine level of the Egan Center Equipment will be available throughout the conference on a first come first served basis Is there a place for the press ASPRS has reserved the O Malley Room located on the lower level of the Egan Center for any member of the press who would like to distribute press releases conduct interviews have a place to work or hold press conferences Press personnel must contact Anna Marie Kinerney ASPRS Meetings Manager through the Registration Desk in the Egan Center in advance to schedule this room for a press conference Volunteers Conference volunteers should report to the Spurr Room located on the lower level of the Egan Center for work assignments and to receive their lunch stipend or ticket on the days they volunteer How far is it between the Hilton Hotel and the Egan Convention Center The Egan Civic Convention Center is just 210 steps from

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  • in Management Industry 9 GIS Developments and Applications 96 GIS General Interest 102 GIS on the Internet 79 Implementing GIS Systems 15 State and Local Government Applications 52 Image Processing Automated Feature Extraction 80 84 89 104 Change Detection Technology 93 Image Processing General 88 Image Processing on PCs 35 Merging Multi Source Imagery 63 Processing Hyperspectial Data 54 Softcopy Processing Techniques 7 Natural Resources Ecological Modeling 36 45 Ecosystem Management and Planning 26 Hyperspectral Data for Resource Analysis 17 Monitoring Ecosystems and Wildlife 33 42 Natural Resources General 92 Resource Assessments and Management 19 29 106 Resource Inventories 2 Water Resources and Quality 4 Photogrammetry Close Range Photogrammetry 8 General Photogrammetry 94 Land Cover Mapping 49 Mapping with High Resolution Imagery 39 48 65 New Camera Calibration Techniques 50 Production of Digital Orthophotos 18 Softcopy Photogrammetry 38 47 64 Unique Photogrammetric Applications 25 62 Remote Sensing Airborne Collection Systems 24 Change Detection 28 55 74 83 95 Collection Techniques 91 Commercial Government Hyperspectral Sensors and Applications 53 100 Geospatial Data From Radar IR Video Imagery 12 High Resolution Sensors and Applications 43 66 90 Infrared Sensors and Applications 59 68 Lidar Sensors and Applications 3 13 77 New Generation

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  • a user perspective we will feature user case examples of GIS as applied in the surveying and cadastral disciplines For more information and to register contact Jerry Minick at jerry minick fws gov or Charles Barnwell at barnwellce ci anchorage ak us PCI 8 00 am to 5 00 pm PCI Geomatics leaders in geomatics software solution development for 20 years will be showcasing the latest in Geomatica and Geomatica OrthoEngine technology at ASPRS 2003 Guests and visitors attending the PCI Geomatics User Group Meeting will be given expanded demonstrations of the company s newest software developments recent format support enhancements innovative new algorithms and will test the newest satellite models Also part of the daily showcase demonstrations will be a full introduction to the latest release of Geomatica Version 9 0 as well as sneak peeks of forthcoming development concepts For more information and to register contact Jean Pitter at 905 764 0614 pitter pcigeomatics com www pcigeomatics com Z I Imaging Corporation User Group Meeting Free Workshop for Z I Imaging Users 8 30 am to 2 00 pm This live workshop focuses on our enterprise production solutions and will enhance our customers understanding of our production tools and how they can directly impact the efficiency in your workflow as well as provide a high return on investment For more information and to register contact Florence Smith at 256 730 1227 fsmith ziimaging com or www ziimaging com DAT EM Systems International User Group Meeting 9 00 am to 1 00 pm This half day session is open to new and experienced users of DAT EM s data capture and softcopy products The course will provide a comfortable forum for discussing the various aspects of DAT EM s AutoCad and MicroStation based products There will be hands on

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