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  • Mission Statement
    Spatial Data Infrastructure Publications PE RS Journal PE RS Submissions PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Organization About Us Mission Statement About Us Mission Statement The mission of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing is to promote the ethical application of active and passive sensors the disciplines of photogrammetry remote sensing geographic information systems and other supporting geospatial technologies to advance the understanding of the geospatial and related sciences to expand public awareness of the profession and to promote a balanced representation of the interests of government academia and private enterprise Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit comments in our comment form ASPRS Online Home Certification ASPRS Foundation Students Membership Information Join Now Search Certified Professionals Search Sustaining Members Search Members Login Required Honored Members Classified

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  • Strategic Plan
    educational curricula Promote the use of geospatial technology throughout a wide range of higher education programs Increase the public awareness of ASPRS and continuously improve our media presence CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF U S AND INTERNATIONAL GEOSPATIAL POLICY Provide a clear and timely voice on policy and related issues that affect the vision mission goals and objectives of the Society Encourage and direct additional governmental funding for geospatial activities including education Foster the use of policies for the procurement of geospatial services that recognize professional qualifications Maintain a strong international presence through ISPRS and promote the transfer of open geospatial data information technology and associated skill sets to support developing nations Maintain a strong presence through participation in COGO ACCRES UCGIS NGAC and other geospatial organizations PROMOTE AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS THROUGH THE ASPRS FOUNDATION Expand the number and scope of awards and scholarships while working to ensure their full endowment Increase the pool of qualified award and scholarship candidates and widely publicize each year s winners Promote the ASPRS Foundation to individual members sustaining members and industry leaders INCREASE SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP Ensure that membership recruitment is a top priority for all organizational elements of the Society and that the Membership Development Leader is fully supported Promote retention through clear articulation of benefits value and relevancy of membership using effective outreach methods Develop a clearly defined strategy to retain and expand membership both within and beyond the traditional fields of photogrammetry and remote sensing Embrace new and innovative membership recruitment methodologies Acknowledge and reward successful recruitment champions Specifically promote membership to demographically under represented groups Promote awareness by employers in the geospatial community that membership and participation in ASPRS contributes to their employees professional development and personal commitment PROMOTE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE Expand the Partners in Education Program Support development of model curricula in geomatics and geospatial sciences Promote the certification program Provide continuing education opportunities to serve needs of members and non members Promote the use of the NCEES Model Law where licensing is required by states Develop a mentoring program for early career geospatial professionals Uphold and promote values consistent with ASPRS Code of Ethics STRENGTHEN ASPRS STUDENT PROGRAMS Increase awareness of student awards and scholarships Support and encourage student participation in conferences Enhance visibility of student authors in ASPRS publications Encourage student chapters and a strong Student Advisory Council Promote student mentoring and networking opportunities Incorporate student input into Board meetings DEVELOP STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF EMERGING GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES Document data requirements for a broad spectrum of applications and solutions Maintain a leadership role in the development of guidelines and specifications for the use of sensors and the resultant data collected Expand ASPRS participation in national and international standards development committees Promote the understanding and use of published standards by producers and users of geospatial data Encourage adherence to standards for imagery and or sensor source collection and processing ENSURE CONTINUED FINANCIAL STABILITY Maintain conservative budgeting careful monitoring of cash flow and

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  • Code of Ethics of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
    achieving excellence in the practice of the profession and the essentiality of maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct in responsibilities and work for an employer all clients colleagues and associates and society at large and shall Be guided in all professional activities by the highest standards and be a faithful trustee or agent in all matters for each client or employer At all times function in such a manner as will bring credit and dignity to the mapping sciences profession Not compete unfairly with anyone who is engaged in the mapping sciences profession by Advertising in a self laudatory manner Monetarily exploiting one s own or another s employment position Publicly criticizing other persons working in or having an interest in the mapping sciences Exercising undue influence or pressure or soliciting favors through offering monetary inducements Work to strengthen the profession of mapping sciences by Personal effort directed toward improving personal skills and knowledge Interchange of information and experience with other persons interested in and using a mapping science with other professions and with students and the public Seeking to provide opportunities for professional development and advancement of persons working under his or her supervision Promoting the principle of appropriate compensation for work done by person in their employ Undertake only such assignments in the use of mapping sciences for which one is qualified by education training and experience and employ or advise the employment of experts and specialists when and whenever clients or employers interests will be best served thereby Give appropriate credit to other persons and or firms for their professional contributions Recognize the proprietary privacy legal and ethical interests and rights of others This not only refers to the adoption of these principles in the general conduct of business and professional activities but also as they

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  • ASPRS Representation within ISPRS
    ASPRS Fellow Member Dr Marguerite Madden mmadden uga edu is serving as ISPRS Second Vice President for 2012 2016 ASPRS Member Dr Charles Toth toth cfm ohio state edu is serving as President of Commission I Other ASPRS Correspondents to the Technical Commissions include Commission I Image Data Acquisition Sensors and Platforms CHARLES TOTH toth cfm ohio state edu Commission II Theory and Concepts of Spatio temporal Data Handling and Information CURRENTLY VACANT Commission III Photogrammetric Computer Vision and Image Analysis TONI SCHENK schenk 2 osu edu Commission IV Geodatabases and Digital Mapping MARGUERITE MADDEN mmadden uga edu Commission V Close Range Sensing Analysis and Applications TONY STEPHANIDIS tony spatial maine edu Commission VI Education and Outreach FLOYD HENDERSON f henderson albany edu Commission VII Thematic Processing Modeling and Analyses of Remotely Sensed Data JIM TARANIK jtaranik mines unr edu Commission VIII Remote Sensing Applications and Policies MIKE FINN mfinn usgs gov Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS

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  • Driving Directions to ASPRS Headquarters
    210 Bethesda MD 20814 From Dulles Airport Northern Virginia Take the Dulles Airport Access road to I495 the Washington Beltway towards Baltimore Rockville Take Exit 36 Old Georgetown Road north towards Rockville Go 0 6 miles and turn right on Cheshire Lane Take the next immediate right onto Grosvenor Lane and proceed 0 7 miles Turn right into the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation grounds just before the bridge over I 270 Follow the signs to the 5410 building park in the lower lot situated behind the building From Baltimore BWI Airport Take I95 South to I495 towards Silver Spring Take Exit 34 355 Wisconsin Ave Bethesda Rockville and stay in right lane and follow signs for Grosvenor Lane Cross Rockville Pike 355 under the MetroRail bridge and proceed on Grosvenor Lane approximately 0 4 miles Immediately after crossing the bridge over I 270 go left into the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation grounds Follow the signs to the 5410 building park in the lower lot situated behind the building From Downtown DC National Airport Take the George Washington Parkway north to I 495 towards Maryland Silver Spring Take Exit 36 Old Georgetown Road north towards Rockville Go 0 6 miles and turn right on Cheshire Lane Take the next immediate right onto Grosvenor Lane and proceed 0 7 miles Turn right into the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation grounds just before the bridge over I 270 Follow the signs to the 5410 building park in the lower lot situated behind the building Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the

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  • Tables of Organization
    Other News NCEES Materials Unmanned Aircraft Systems Report Card on the U S National Spatial Data Infrastructure Publications PE RS Journal PE RS Submissions PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Organization About Us Tables of Organization About Us Tables of Organization ASPRS National Governance Links to Officers Regions Divisions Councils and Committees provide contacts and additional information about current activities National Technical Divisions and Committees Links to Divisions and Committees provide contacts and additional information about current activities Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit comments in our comment form ASPRS Online Home Certification ASPRS Foundation Students Membership Information Join Now Search Certified Professionals Search Sustaining Members Search Members Login Required Honored Members Classified Job Ads Contact Us In This Section Organization Young Professionals Council Officers Board Divisions Sustaining

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  • ASPRS Conferences
    Conferences IGTF 2016 Imaging Geospatial Technology Forum 2016 ASPRS 2016 Annual Conference and co located JACIE Workshop April 11 15 2016 Fort Worth Convention Center 1201 Houston Street Fort Worth TX USA Forum Web Site Registration Now Open Hotel Reservations Future ASPRS Conferences IGTF 2017 Baltimore Maryland March 13 17 2017 PECORA 20 Fall 2017 Sioux Falls South Dakota Dates TBD IGTF 2018 TBD IGTF 2019 Baltimore Maryland April 14

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  • General Calendar
    of upcoming events and meetings each month Calendar Notices for PE RS and ASPRS Online are accepted free of charge and run on a space available basis Please submit your calendar information to PE RS Calendar 5410 Grosvenor Lane Suite 210 Bethesda MD 20814 Email Matthew Austin May 24 25 2016 GEO Business 2016 London UK May 24 25 2016 GEO Business 2016 London UK For more information click here Read more July 5 8 2016 GI Forum 2016 Salzburg Austria July 5 8 2016 GI Forum 2016 Salzburg Austria For more information click here Read more ISPRS Congress in Prague July 12 19 2016 For more information click here August 28 September 1 2016 Optical Engineering Applications 2016 Part of SPIE Optics Photonics San Diego CA August 28 September 1 2016 Optical Engineering Applications 2016 Part of SPIE Optics Photonics San Diego CA For more information visit http spie org optical engineering Read more September 26 29 2016 SPIE Remote Sensing 2016 Edinburgh UK September 26 29 2016 SPIE Remote Sensing 2016 Edinburgh UK For more information click here Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid

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