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  • Certified Mapping Scientist, Lidar
    of data acquisition and computer programs that allow for the utilization of spatially referenced lidar point clouds for solving user needs and analysis requirements They are responsible for the management and supervision leading to the integration of data needs and the development of correspondence between and the utilization of various spatial systems of often different generic origins that are used to solve requirements Three years experience in mapping sciences or photogrammetry in a position of responsibility demonstrating professional knowledge of and competence in mapping science and mapping procedures Three years of professional experience in Lidar during which professional knowledge and competence in those systems were demonstrated References from four persons who are holding or who have held responsible positions in the mapping sciences and in lidar expetrice and have first hand knowledge of the applicant s professional and personal qualifications Declaration of compliance with the Code of Ethics of the ASPRS Successful completion of a written examination 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

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/Certification-Program/Certified-Mapping-Scientist-Lidar.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Certified Photogrammetric Technologist
    Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Education Certification Program Certified Photogrammetric Technologist Certified Photogrammetric Technologist A technician who performs or supervises technical photogrammetric tasks to extract spatial data from photographic or digital imagery and other remotely sensed data Requirements These requirements apply for all Technologist categories 1 A total of three years experience of which two are in the specialty category 2 Four references must be submitted from persons knowledgeable of the applicant s work experience and personal conduct 3 Applicant must submit a non refundable application fee The Application includes a declaration of compliance with the Code of Ethics of the ASPRS 4 The successful completion of a written examination following peer review and approval 5 See How to Apply for more information 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

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  • Certified Remote Sensing Technologist
    Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Education Certification Program Certified Remote Sensing Technologist Certified Remote Sensing Technologist 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 Requirements These requirements apply for all Technologist categories 1 A total of three years experience of which two are in the specialty category 2 Four references must be submitted from persons knowledgeable of the applicant s work experience and personal conduct 3 Applicant must submit a non refundable application fee The Application includes a declaration of compliance with the Code of Ethics of the ASPRS 4 The successful completion of a written examination following peer review and approval 5 See How to Apply for more information 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

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  • Certified Lidar Technologist
    PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Education Certification Program Certified Lidar Technologist Certified Lidar Technologist 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/Certification-Program/Certified-Lidar-Technologist.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Classification Chart for Photogrammetry and Mapping Sciences
    engineer Technician Level Laboratory or shop assistant test technician III Manufacturing Materials Photographic emulsions and bases chemicals and drawing and reproduction materials Instruments and equipment Lenses cameras camera and other sensor platforms rectifiers enlargers printer sensor systems viewing measuring and plotting instruments automation hardware software and calibration devices Professional Level Manufacturing engineer quality control engineer electro optical systems engineer physicist chemical engineer Technician Level Shop technician drafter IV Photography Includes aerial terrestrial underwater space photography and electronic imagery Technical planning Flight or exposure station parameters photography specifications camera calibration Procurement and inspection Technical negotiations technical administration of contracts inspection and acceptance Photographic mission Operation of camera bearing vehicles maintenance and operation of cameras flight or course navigation Photographic processing Development inspection and reflight requirements Professional Level Planning engineer aerospace engineer photographic scientist photographic engineer Technician Level Drafter inspector photographer laboratory technician V Engineering Surveys for Location Design and Construction Utilizing photogrammetric technology Location and design data surveys Control basic and supplemental horizontal and vertical culture and topography profile and cross sections measurement and digitization of topography and other vital details Construction survey Location surveys and staking on the ground of the designed facilities and or structure quantity and measurement surveys as built surveys utility surveys surface mines Surveys for plans and plats Architectural building sites tax maps as constructed sites Professional Level Engineer survey engineer geodetic surveyor Technician Level Stereoscopic instrument or plotter operator operator of other photogrammetric equipment computations technician drafter field survey assistant instrument tape rod VI Topographic and Planimetric Mapping Project planning Control basic and supplemental horizontal and vertical Analog procedures analytical methods instrumental methods field measurement methods global positioning systems Map compilation Orientation of plotting instruments delineation of planimetry and contours measurement of spot elevations profile and cross sections and other terrain data identification and annotation of principal topographic features and cultural details Field edit and completion surveys Professional Level Planning engineer topographic engineer geodetic engineer production engineer mathematician cartographer Technician Level Stereoscopic instrument or plotter operator operator of other photogrammetric equipment laboratory technician computations technician drafter field survey assistant computer operator VII Space Surveys Geodetic surveys Figure of the earth and control extension from satellite triangulation from ballistic camera photography of earth satellites and from earth satellite borne synoptic photography documentation of results Planetary surveys Surveying and mapping of planets using data derived from space photography and space probes reporting and or documenting data Professional Level Geodetic engineer geodesist space scientist topographic engineer mathematician and cartographer Technician Level Stereoscopic instrument or plotter operator or operator of other photogrammetric equipment laboratory technician computations technician VIII Special Applications Photographic maps photographic maps with contours digital orthophotos photographic mosaics Operations and maintenance Surveillance elimination of hazards condition and inventory surveys quantitative measurements and evaluation Close range photogrammetry Architecture biomedical applications including conventional and x ray stereo photogrammetry photogrammetric solution of biological problems hydrography structural engineering oceanography geography police work including crime detection traffic and accident surveys Lasers and holography Professional Level Cartographer physicist physician dentist archaeologist geographer oceanographer

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  • Professional Aspects of Photogrammetry
    interpretation systems development of an integrated series of functions and techniques to produce a given result using photogrammetric principles Investigations and research Operations research concept determinations cost effectiveness studies techniques studies and investigations Professional Level Research chemist research physicist research engineer technical writer Cartographer mathematician electro optical systems design engineer Technician Level Laboratory or shop assistant test technician III Manufacturing Materials Photographic emulsions and bases chemicals and drawing and reproduction materials Instruments and equipment Lenses cameras camera and other sensor platforms rectifiers enlargers printer sensor systems viewing measuring and plotting instruments automation hardware software and calibration devices Professional Level Manufacturing engineer quality control engineer electro optical systems engineer physicist chemical engineer Technician Level Shop technician drafter IV Photography Includes aerial terrestrial underwater space photography and electronic imagery Technical planning Flight or exposure station parameters photography specifications camera calibration Procurement and inspection Technical negotiations technical administration of contracts inspection and acceptance Photographic mission Operation of camera bearing vehicles maintenance and operation of cameras flight or course navigation Photographic processing Development inspection and reflight requirements Professional Level Planning engineer aerospace engineer photographic scientist photographic engineer Technician Level Drafter inspector photographer laboratory technician V Engineering Surveys for Location Design and Construction Utilizing photogrammetric technology Location and design data surveys Control basic and supplemental horizontal and vertical culture and topography profile and cross sections measurement and digitization of topography and other vital details Construction survey Location surveys and staking on the ground of the designed facilities and or structure quantity and measurement surveys as built surveys utility surveys surface mines Surveys for plans and plats Architectural building sites tax maps as constructed sites Professional Level Engineer survey engineer geodetic surveyor Technician Level Stereoscopic instrument or plotter operator operator of other photogrammetric equipment computations technician drafter field survey assistant instrument tape rod VI Topographic and Planimetric Mapping Project planning Control basic and supplemental horizontal and vertical Analog procedures analytical methods instrumental methods field measurement methods global positioning systems Map compilation Orientation of plotting instruments delineation of planimetry and contours measurement of spot elevations profile and cross sections and other terrain data identification and annotation of principal topographic features and cultural details Field edit and completion surveys Professional Level Planning engineer topographic engineer geodetic engineer production engineer mathematician cartographer Technician Level Stereoscopic instrument or plotter operator operator of other photogrammetric equipment laboratory technician computations technician drafter field survey assistant computer operator VII Space Surveys Geodetic surveys Figure of the earth and control extension from satellite triangulation from ballistic camera photography of earth satellites and from earth satellite borne synoptic photography documentation of results Planetary surveys Surveying and mapping of planets using data derived from space photography and space probes reporting and or documenting data Professional Level Geodetic engineer geodesist space scientist topographic engineer mathematician and cartographer Technician Level Stereoscopic instrument or plotter operator or operator of other photogrammetric equipment laboratory technician computations technician VIII Special Applications Photographic maps photographic maps with contours digital orthophotos photographic mosaics Operations and maintenance Surveillance elimination of hazards condition and inventory

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/Certification-Program/Professional-Aspects-of-Photogrammetry.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Search for Geospatial Interns
    Interns To search for Geospatial Interns previously known as provisionally certified use the form below 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

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  • Program Guidelines
    of years of experience under basic requirements credit may be taken in lieu of actual job experience for degrees in engineering or in the natural or physical sciences on the following basis Type of Degree Years of Credit Bachelor s 1 2 Master s 1 2 PROFESSIONAL RECERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Anyone who has been certified by the CMS ASPRS is certified for life unless there is cause to remove the certification for malpractice or violation of the Code of Ethics of CMS The Society has a Recertification Program to assure that a certified person has maintained or improved on those skills and knowledge that allowed for certification The Society will maintain an ACTIVE CERTIFICATION LIST that requires recertification every five years Certified persons will appear on the Active Certified list for as long as their certification is in force Recertification applicants are required to fill out the Recertification application not yet available to show the type of activity that they have practiced and their professional involvement in portable 3D metrology RECERTIFICATION GUIDELINES Recertification is based upon a Continued Professional Development Qualification rating system of Professional Development Hours PDH of credit 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 portable 3D metrology They must also have three References who have knowledge of the applicant s professional and personal involvement in the LAST FIVE 5 YEARS Each applicant must have completed and documented 75 Professional Development Hours PDH or PDH Credits based on the following criteria which will be evaluated by the Certification Committee NOTE you may also choose to recertify by exam every five years in lieu of recertifying by PDH hours Evaluation Activity for Recertification Criteria Maximum Number of PDH Allowed Within Last 5 Years Documentation Requirement Required 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 50 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 webinars in directly related subjects 1 PDH per hour attended 0 1 CEU 1 PDH 50 PDH 5 CEU Document Course Titles and Date Applicant has attended technical conferences and other professional meetings sponsored by CMS ASPRS ISPRS SPIE and other appropriate professional organizations 1 PDH per hour of technical session attendance 40 PDH Document Meeting Titles and Dates The following are the maximum allowable CMS PDH Credits for those activities that may be used for recertification total PDH credits allowed

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/CMS-Certification-Program/Program-Guidelines.html (2016-02-13)
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