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  • Ten-Year Industry Forecast - prior to 2001
    0093 x237 F 585 486 0098 E forecast asprs org This archive contains materials generated in the development of the remote sensing industry forecast The number preceding each item is the date yy mm the material was posted on this site 00 12 Status Report Presented During the December 2000 ASPRS ACSM Conference The following links lead to sections of the PowerPoint slide show summarizing the status report for the Ten Year Industry Forecast This version of the report was presented on December 4 2000 during the ASPRS ACSM Conference in Providence RI The presentation has been segmented to help avoid delays associated with downloading large files General Introduction 500K Academic Sector 400K Commercial Sector 500K Government Sector 300K 99 12 Status Report Following December 7 1999 IPT Meeting 1 3M PowerPoint slide show summarizing the status of the efforts of the NASA ASPRS Integrated Product Team developing the Ten Year Industry Forecast 00 05 Status Report Presented During the May 2000 Annual ASPRS Conference 545K PowerPoint slide show summarizing the current status of the efforts of the NASA ASPRS Integrated Product Team developing the Ten Year Industry Forecast as presented on May 24 2000 during the ASPRS Annual Conference in Washington DC 99 11 Space Act Agreement between NASA and ASPRS Full text of the document Domestic Nonreimbursable Space Act Agreement Between National Aeronautics And Space Administration John C Stennis Space Center And American Society For Photogrammetry Remote Sensing For Development Of A Remote Sensing Industry Forecast 99 10 Press Release ASPRS Announces Space Act Agreement with NASA to Develop 10 Year Remote Sensing Industry Forecast Text of the press release announcing the establishment of the NASA ASPRS Space Act Agreement Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your

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  • In Memoriam
    in 1987 as a professor emeritus of civil engineering Moffitt was proud of his early work surveying for the U S Geological Survey the Army Corps of Engineers and the National Park Service He continued his special relationship with professionals in the field and became active in the MAPPS organization Some of his fondest memories were those he spent with his professional colleagues Frank Moffitt is survived by his wife Mary Kathleen Boni Moffitt of Berkeley California daughters Mary Elmstrom of Woodland California Eileen Frelier of Three Forks Montana Kathleen Vinci of Richmond California Ann Zacharias of Pittsfield Maine Madeleine Gerdes of Los Altos California and Margaret Goebel of Mountain View California sons Nicholas Moffitt of Gig Harbor Washington and Anthony Moffitt of Tyler Texas 16 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren Inspired by reading through his grandfather s surveying book Don Zacharias one of Moffitt s grandsons wrote this poem in 1998 while studying creative writing at Loyola Marymount University Moffitt was devoted to his family his church his students and the profession and will be missed by all By Dr George Y G Lee Michael L Mooney Michael L Mooney active for 45 years in the mapping industry and until recently the President of HJW GeoSpatial in Oakland California passed away in April 2007 Mooney grew up in Minot North Dakota and from an early age developed an interest in the outdoors which he retained throughout his life After studying aeronautical engineering at the Northrop Institute of Technology in southern California Mooney began his working career at Teledyne Geotronics in Long Beach in 1961 as a geodetic computer where he learned the details of surveying and photogrammetric mapping Subsequently his almost 30 year career at Teledyne led to him managing some of the largest mapping projects ever undertaken by a commercial company throughout Latin America Southeast Asia Africa and the Middle East Of particular note is a period of seven years during which Mooney spent living in Thailand where he served as Managing Director of Techdata a subsidiary of Teledyne Indonesia Chile Algeria and Senegal were only a few of the sites of major mapping projects that he managed Later in the 1990s with Geonex Mooney served as Project Manager for major mapping contracts in Pakistan introducing softcopy photogrammetry and the digital orthophoto to a brand new market Most recently Mooney held management positions at Airborne Systems Anaheim California and at HJW GeoSpatial formerly Hammon Jensen Wallen and Associates in Oakland California where as President he was responsible for all management and production operations Throughout his career Mooney s energy and capacity for work focused on successful completion of projects to exacting standards with an eye to constant innovation and improvement of map production techniques He devoted himself to his work with warmth generosity and compassion towards his fellow workers and was a true gentleman in his dealings with others Mooney was a long time member of ASPRS and is well known to many colleagues across the country and overseas through his associations over the years Daniel Mostajo June 30 1944 March 26 2007 Daniel Mostajo was born in Bolivia and studied Topography at the Geographic Military Institute in La Paz Bolivia and received his degree in 1964 He continued his education at the Inter American Geodetic Survey Cartographic School in the Canal Zone Panama receiving his certificate of Photogrammetric Edit in 1968 He obtained ASPRS Photogrammetric Certification in 1995 He immigrated to Minneapolis Minnesota and worked for several photogrammetric engineering firms before relocating to Portland Oregon in 1997 These included Mark Herd and Martinez Corporation where he was Vice President of Photogrammetric Applications Mostajo worked as Photogrammetry and Aerial Triangulation Manager for Spencer B Gross in Beaverton Oregon from 1997 to 2001 before working his final years at Bonneville Power Administration BPA in Vancouver Washington as a cartographer in the Photogrammetry section He had over 25 years of photogrammetric experience before retiring in 2005 Mostajo was a s trong advocate of replacing labor intensive photogrammetric data collection methods with more advanced digital photogrammetry systems He also promoted BPA s acquisition and utilization of lidar data He enjoyed fishing on the Columbia River playing his guitar and spending time with his family and friends He passed away March 26 2007 after a three year battle with cancer Mostajo is survived by his wife Mery daughter Siboney Hines and her husband Derek of West Linn Oregon son Nathaniel Mostajo of Bellevue Washington and five grandchildren Chor Pang C P Lo 1939 2007 by Xiaojun Yang PhD On December 30 2007 Professor Chor Pang C P Lo 68 died of lung cancer in Athens Georgia Born in Hong Kong in 1939 Lo studied geography at the University of Hong Kong where he received BA First Honors 1963 and MA 1966 degrees From 1968 1971 he was a Commonwealth Scholar pursuing his PhD in Geography and Photogrammetry at the University of Glasgow in the UK Before joining the faculty at the University of Georgia in 1984 he was a Reader at the University of Hong Kong He was promoted to the rank of Full Professor in 1988 Lo was an internationally known geographer who made seminal contributions to urban remote sensing and the development of geographic information system approaches for examining human environment interactions He pioneered the use of Landsat data for land cover mapping in China in particular the Hong Kong Pearl River Delta Region He conducted research on population estimation using aerial photography Large Format Camera photography MSS TM SPOT DMSP OLS and Shuttle Imaging Radar images for the city of Hong Kong as well as settlements in China and the US His recent NASA funded work on land use and heat island effect in Atlanta Georgia attracted considerable attention from the news media He demonstrated how remote sensing in conjunction with geographic information systems and census statistics can be used to reveal the spatial impact of human societies on the environment and to facilitate our understanding of social processes

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  • Future of Land Imaging Survey
    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 News Resources Other News Future of Land Imaging Survey Other News Future of Land Imaging Survey Report to the Future Land Imaging Working Group on The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Survey on the Future of Land Imaging Summary of Final Results of Survey Adobe PDF 91Kb 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 News Resources Press Releases 10 Year Industry Forecast Standards Satellite

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  • Tampa 2015 Annual Conference
    Workshop May 4 8 2015 Tampa Florida Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel Marina The NEW Imaging and Geospatial Technology Forum IGTF will be held at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel Tampa Florida May 4 through 8 2015 The Imaging and Geospatial Technology Forum was created to encompass the broadest terms for our industry Imaging and Geospatial while incorporating the idea of Technology as this concept is the center and reason we all come together We decided to use the word Forum instead of conference because Forum means to assemble or a meeting place for the discussion of questions promoting open discussion and sharing And the sharing of ideas and open discussion is the core value for each event All these elements together formed the new look and feel for ASPRS Annual Conferences The Imaging and Geospatial Technology Forum IGTF We are excited to welcome back the JACIE Workshop to again co locate with our conference The JACIE Workshop will be held May 5 7 2015 at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and will be combining a general session and special technical sessions throughout the week with the ASPRS IGTF The all new IGTF 2015 will bring innovative presentations dynamic keynote speakers an exciting Technology Floor a new conference layout and MUCH much more Be sure to watch the forum website as this new design takes shape Be sure to watch the forum website as this new design takes shape Website http conferences asprs org Tampa 2015 blog Registration Fees http conferences asprs org Tampa 2015 Registration blog Program Layout http conferences asprs org Tampa 2015 Program blog 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

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  • ASPRS American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
    co located JACIE Workshop April 11 15 2016 Fort Worth Texas USA Conference Links IGTF 2016 Conference Website Hotel Information What is ASPRS Founded in 1934 the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS is a scientific association serving more than 7 000 professionals worldwide Our mission 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 We are The Imaging and Geospatial Information Society Other News Advocacy Includes In Memoriam Future of Land Imaging Survey and other news items Future of Land Imaging Survey Website Copyright Statement Tampa 2015 ASPRS Annual Conference Page 2 of 2 Start Prev 1 2 Next End 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

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  • NCEES Task Force Materials
    The above links lead to the draft preliminary report of an NCEES task force that deliberated issues raised by the two reports of the multi organization task force issued in 1997 and 2000 and related concerns voiced by various state boards The NCEES task force operated during 2001 2002 and their report is being briefed to the four NCEES Zones during spring 2002 and will be considered by the Council during their summer 2002 meetings 01 08 Task Force on NCEES Model Law for Surveying August 3 4 2001 NCEES Annual Meeting Workshop 320K The above link leads to the Microsoft PowerPoint slides used for the presentation to the NCEES Annual Meeting Workshops in Little Rock Arkansas by James Plasker ASPRS Executive Director and Task Force Facilitator 01 03 Task Force on NCEES Model Law for Surveying March 19 2001 NSPS Registration Boards Forum 135K The above link leads to the Microsoft PowerPoint slides used for the presentation to the NSPS Registration Boards Forum in Las Vegas Nevada by James Plasker ASPRS Executive Director and Task Force Facilitator 00 10 Task Force on NCEES Model Law for Surveying October 31 2000 Licensing Data Licensing People Conference Briefing 200k The above link leads to the Microsoft PowerPoint slides used for the presentation to the Licensing Data Licensing People Conference in New Orleans Louisiana by James Plasker ASPRS Executive Director and Task Force Facilitator 00 10 GIS LIS Addendum to the Report of the Task Force on the NCEES Model Law for Surveying MS Word format The above link leads to the full text of the 2000 Task Force report to NCEES on the Model Law for Surveying The report document is also available in PDF format 300K 00 10 The Roles for Land Surveyors in Developing GIS Basemaps 80K The above link leads to the Microsoft PowerPoint slides used in a presentation to the National States Geographic Information Council NSGIC on October 2 2000 by Bruce Joffe URISA representative to the Task Force 00 07 GIS vs Survey Who is Responsible for What published in GeoWorld magazine The above link leads to an article in the July 2000 issue of GeoWorld magazine written by Bruce Joffe URISA representative to the Task Force 00 07 Defining the GIS Profession published in GeoInfoSystems magazine The above link leads to an article in the June 2000 issue of GeoInfoSystems magazine to which several task force members contributed material related to the ongoing task force deliberations 00 07 The Roles for Land Surveyors in Developing GIS Basemaps 1 0M The above link leads to the Microsoft PowerPoint slides use in several recent presentations by Bruce Joffe URISA representative to the Task Force superceded by identical subject at 00 10 see above 00 07 The Task Force on the NCEES Model Law on Surveying This link leads to the July 2000 article published in PE RS by James Plasker ASPRS Executive Director and Task Force Facilitator which provides an update on the status of Task Force

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  • PE&RS Journals
    PE RS is the official journal for imaging and geospatial information science and technology Included in the journal on a regular basis are a Highlight Article the popular columns Grids Datums and Mapping Matters and peer reviewed scientific papers In this section you may search the PE RS Archives of back issues look up a past article in Grids Datums or Mapping Matters or submit a report of any missing issues you have not received Subcategories Grids Datums 3 Articles Mapping Matters 9 Articles 2016 E Journal Public 2016 E Journal Members PE RS Journals Overview 2015 E Journal Members PE RS 2014 Yearbook 2014 E Journal Members and Subscribers 2015 E Journal Public Digital Edition 2014 E Journal Public Subscription Renewal 2016 Subscription Rates 2013 PE RS Journals PE RS Journals In Press Peer Reviewed Articles 2012 PE RS Journals 2011 PE RS Journals 2010 PE RS Journals PE RS Past Issue Pre 2010 Archives Grids and Datums Mapping Matters PE RS Copyright Statement Missing Issues Form PE RS Journal Staff PE RS Editorial Staff PE RS Archive Search 2009 and earlier Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields

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  • PE&RS Journals
    to content Home PE RS Journals Grids Datums PE RS Journals Grids Datums Grids and Datums 2011 Present Grids and Datums 2009 2010 Grids and Datums 2008 and earlier 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

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