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  • Denver 2004
    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 Events Past Events Denver 2004 Denver 2004 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

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  • Charleston 2003
    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 Events Past Events Charleston 2003 Charleston 2003 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

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  • Anchorage 2003
    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 Events Past Events Anchorage 2003 Anchorage 2003 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

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  • Pecora ISPRS Denver 2002
    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 Events Past Events Pecora ISPRS Denver 2002 Pecora ISPRS Denver 2002 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

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  • Coordinate Metrology Society Certification Program
    begin the process Read more Program Guidelines The Coordinate Metrology Society CMS has established a relationship with the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS for the purpose of administering professional certification in Portable 3D Metrology The ASPRS Articles of Incorporation state that it will exert its influence towards the betterment of standards and ethics More Guidelines How to apply Persons interested in applying for certification or recertification should follow this general procedure More How to Apply Examination Matrix The CMS examination is designed to address the key focus areas in approximately the following ratios View Exam Matrix Coordinate Metrology Society Code of Ethics Honesty justice and courtesy form a moral philosophy which associated with mutual interest among people should be the principles on which ethics are founded Each person who is engaged in the use development and improvement of coordinate metrology should accept those principles as a set of dynamic guides for conduct and a way of life rather than merely for passive observance It is an inherent obligation to apply oneself to one s profession with all diligence and in so doing to be guided by this Code of Ethics Code of Ethics Application for Level 1

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  • Education
    Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Education Awards Subcommittees Awards Subcommittees International Educational Literature Award Subcommittee Paul R Wolf Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee Student Assistantships Subcommittee Kenneth J Osborn Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee Francis H Moffitt Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee Ta Liang Memorial Award Subcommittee Z I Imaging Scholarship Subcommittee DigitalGlobe Award Subcommittee William A Fischer Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee ERDAS Internship Subcommittee Robert N Colwell Memorial Fellowship Subcommittee John O Behrens ILI Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee BAE Systems Award Subcommittee Abraham Anson Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee Robert E Altenhofen Memorial Scholarship Subcommittee 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 Events Education Certification

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  • Certification and Recertification Guidelines
    and documented 100 Professional Development Hours PDH or PDH Credits based on the following criteria which will be evaluated by the Evaluation for Certification Committee Click to download Recertification CEU Tracking Spreadsheet Evaluation Activity for Recertification Criteria Maximum Number of PDH Allowed Within Last 5 Years Documentation Requirement Minimum Continuing Experience Applicant has been active in providing services within their certified discipline or has been in the academic arena involved directly with those subjects 3 years of the past 5 years actively providing services 50 PDH Credits Document Position s Description s and dates Applicant has contributed and participated in activities of service to the profession and community see list below See items 1 10 listed below for PDH Credits 20 PDH Credits Document Titles with Referencing Published Papers and or professional manuals see list below See items 11 13 listed below for PDH credits 20 PDH Credits Document time spent titles with full referencing Applicant has attended workshops classes or instructed in directly related subjects 1 PDH per hour attended 0 1 CEU 1 PDH 50 PDH or 5 CEU Document Course Titles and Date Applicant has attended technical conferences and other professional meetings sponsored by ASPRS ISPRS SPIE and other appropriate professional organizations 1 PDH per hour of technical session attendance 40 PDH Document Meeting Titles and Dates Applicant has actively served on ASPRS Committees Officer Division Chair Region Officer Chapter Officer or related support 5 PDH Credits per Year See list below for PDH Credits 25 PDH Credits Document Activity and Dates The following are the maximum allowable ASPRS PDH Credits for those activities that may be used for recertification PDH credits during the past 5 years 1 Holding office e g committee chair vice chair secretary board trustee 5 2 Committee Member 3 3 Meeting Conference Chair or Vice Chair 10 4 Session Moderator at Technical Conference 5 5 Author or co author of a conference technical paper poster session paper or panel session 3 6 Adjunct teaching a formal class in an academic setting when not applicant s primary occupation maximum of 5 PDH credits per year 10 7 Workshop Instructor 2 PDH credits per course for a maximum of 4 credits per year 12 8 Examination Committee Contributor 2 PDH credits per instance for a maximum of 5 per year 10 9 ASPRS Certification exam proctor panel 2 PDH credits per instance for a maximum of 4 per year 8 10 Community Career extra curricular i e Pro Bono involvement geomatics related e g Public Agency geospatial Advisory Board Citizens Advisory Group 5 PDH credits per activity 10 11 Author editor of published geospatial related book 15 12 Author not prime of one or more chapters of a published geospatial related book 5 13 Author Co author of a peer reviewed published paper 5 PDH credits per paper 20 The application must be specific with clear documentation activity and date s so the Evaluation for Certification Committee can properly evaluate applicant s activities The application and the references are the only criteria needed for recertification Applicant may be asked by the Committee to submit additional information or phone interview INACTIVE RETIRED CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS Certified Professionals who do not become recertified are automatically placed in either an Inactive or Retired status Individuals in either category are not permitted to use their seal to sign plans or otherwise indicate in any way that they are active Certified Professionals An online searchable list of all active Certified Professionals in each category is maintained Individuals whose Certified status is Inactive or Retired for a period longer than one 1 year following Active status may apply for recertification provided that in addition to the standard recertification criteria outlined above they take and pass the examination in their respective certification area TECHNOLOGIST CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Certified Photogrammetric Technologist ASPRS A technician who performs or supervises technical photogrammetric tasks to extract spatial data from photographic or digital imagery and other remotely sensed data Certified Remote Sensing Technologist ASPRS A technician who performs or supervises tasks to interpret manipulate extract process and convert remotely sensed data from photographic or digital imagery and other remotely sensed data Certified GIS LIS Technologist ASPRS A technician who integrates a variety of spatial data sets into a GIS format designed for graphic output or analysis Certified Lidar Technologist ASPRS A technician who performs routine Lidar collection support and first level data processing integrating established plans and procedures Requirements These requirements apply for all Technologist categories A total of three years experience of which two are in the specialty category Four references must be submitted from persons knowledgeable of the applicant s work experience and personal conduct Applicant must submit a non refundable application fee The Application includes a declaration of compliance with the Code of Ethics of the ASPRS The successful completion of a written examination following peer review and approval EDUCATIONAL CREDITS Technologists An Associate or higher education degree can be counted as one half year towards total time TECHNOLOGIST RECERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS To maintain active certification all Certified Technologists must apply for recertification every three 3 years TECHNOLOGIST RECERTIFICATION CRITERIA Technologist Recertification is based upon the same PDH requirements as described in the Professional Recertification Guidelines although the requirements are for the applicant s professional and personal involvement in the LAST THREE 3 YEARS and each applicant must have completed and documented sixty 60 Professional Development Hours PDH or PDH Credits For continuous work experience in the certified field applicants can claim 30 PDH credits Recertification applicants are required to fill out the Recertification Application to show the type and duration of activity that they have practiced and their professional involvement in the mapping sciences They must also have Four References who have knowledge of the applicant s professional and personal involvement in the LAST THREE 3 YEARS The application must be specific with clear documentation activity and date s so the Evaluation for Certification Committee can properly evaluate applicant s activities The application and the

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  • Career Brochure
    planning or engineering Geographic information systems are used to provide information and knowledge data in various forms to help resolve complex resource questions such as How does a community best use its natural resources What is the best location for a highway given specific environmental social and economic constraints What will be the effect of locating a low level hazardous waste disposal facility at a certain site What areas are likely to have the highest soil erosion What are the likely biological physical impacts of global warming or ozone depletion Geographic information systems are also enjoying greatly expanded application in business from siting retail stores to real estate logistics and marketing Together photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS offer numerous employment opportunities throughout the private governmental and academic sectors and across the globe Educational Background Requirements Suggestions High School College preparatory courses that emphasize the sciences are suggested for individuals interested in pursuing careers in photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS Examples include but are not limited to mathematics algebra trigonometry geometry calculus biology chemistry physics geography earth science computer programming and applications drafting English fine arts humanities social studies and foreign languages Community Colleges and Technical Institutions Many 2 year academic and technical institutions offer education and training in photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS and in related fields Associate degree and certificate programs in GIS surveying photogrammetry and similar curricula provide a sound foundation for work experience or for transfer to other academic institutions for further education There is a substantial demand for technicians in geospatial information technology for individuals who do not wish to pursue an advanced degree Colleges and Universities Majors emphasizing photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS are typically found in geography geomatics engineering civil engineering forestry planning surveying and mapping or various physical science programs at many colleges and universities and can result in earning bachelor s master s and doctoral degrees Increasingly colleges and universities are offering minors certificates and specialized professional master s degree programs in these areas as well Hence educational preparation can be targeted either toward becoming a specialist in the field of geospatial information science and technology or a specialist in a traditional discipline with a complementary background in photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS Internships It is highly recommended that any individual wishing to pursue a career in photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS participate in an internship program to obtain hands on experience as part of their preparation for employment Such opportunities are plentiful for those having at least introductory knowledge about geospatial information science and technology Continuing Education Like many rapidly advancing high tech fields continuing education in photogrammetry remote sensing and GIS is a must to keep current as a professional ASPRS The Imaging Geospatial Information Society other professional and scientific organizations hardware and software providers and educational institutions offer programs fulfilling this need Photogrammetry To qualify as a professional photogrammetrist you generally need a bachelor s degree or significant work experience combined with a two year technical degree in disciplines such as surveying engineering cartography or geodesy While this education generally occurs in engineering curricula it can also be found in some geography forestry or resource management programs Photogrammetry is a professional discipline newly recognized by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying NCEES In an increasing number of states it is possible to attain professional status and licensure as a photogrammetric surveyor or mapper Remote Sensing A bachelor s or graduate degree is usually required for professional status Such fields as engineering physical geography mathematics statistics computer science and the biological and physical sciences all provide good training for remote sensing A highly interdisciplinary education often serves as a good foundation for professional work in this field GIS Most professionals involved in the GIS field receive an education in the earth sciences engineering management or planning supplemented with courses in traditional and automated cartography mapping and remote sensing spatial statistics computer science mathematics and GIS fundamentals and applications Where will I find a school that offers these courses For a sampling of colleges and universities offering programs in GIS remote sensing or photogrammetry see the web sites for the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science www ucgis org The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology ABET evaluates university and college degree programs in surveying engineering and technology some of which include imaging and geospatial information discipline areas Visit their website www abet org and go to the link on accredited programs for listings of colleges and universities and their ASPRS related programs Course catalogs for these institutions will define specific courses for these degree programs Careers in the Geospatial Sciences Computer Science Biology Geography Physics Geometry Photography Ecology Graphic Arts Forestry Engineering Community Planning Transportation Military Planning Environmental Science Cartography Geodesy Industrial Engineering Civil Engineering Architecture Archeology Urban Planning Agriculture Geology Medicine Aerial Photography Economics Satellite Imagery Meteorology Sociology Hydrology Manufacturing Meteorology Natural Resource Management Employment As mentioned previously careers in imaging and geospatial technology disciplines are available in nearly all segments of the commercial public government and academic communities Job titles and starting salaries vary with experience and background Geographer cartographer physical scientist computer scientist GIS analyst database administrator applications specialist project manager remote sensing scientist surveyor photogrammetrist and image analyst are typical job titles Detailed information on potential employers in the private sector is available in the special annual issue of Photogrammetric Engineering Remote Sensing Resource Book as well as at the ASPRS web site www asprs org The Resource Book lists names and addresses of companies who are Sustaining Members of ASPRS along with a description of their products and services State and local government agencies offer opportunities in ASPRS discipline areas State government activity in these disciplines are generally carried out in agencies such as planning environment resources transportation and geology and are usually coordinated through state geographic information councils The National States Geographic Information Council NSGIC which serves as the national coordinating body for these state organizations can be contacted through links

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