archive-org.com » ORG » A » ASPRS.ORG

Total: 849

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    www socetgxp com BAE SYSTEMS ADR Mapping Solutions for Your World BAE Systems is a full spectrum provider of information technology systems services and geospatial products for defense and commercial use BAE Systems commercial solutions offer customers the most comprehensive production software and mapping products in the industry Our products deliver GIS mapping image analysis and exploitation photogrammetry precision targeting intelligence visualization simulation and mission preview rehearsal capabilities to more than seventy countries around the globe The Geospatial eXploitation Products GXP group has a heritage of creating precision photogrammetric and image analysis tools anchored by its well established and widely used software offerings SOCET SET and VITec These two flagship products are currently being integrated into a single brand new cohesive package SOCET GXP which will give users increased flexibility accuracy and efficiency The enhanced feature set includes an intuitive easy to use interface and customization capabilities to satisfy the most rigorous production workflows ADR is BAE Systems commercial line of business offering photogrammetric services and geospatial data production For the second consecutive year ADR is the proud recipient of the ESRI Business Partner of the Year award This recognition underscores our dedication to introducing new technologies to the GIS community ADR specializes in developing workflow designs photogrammetric mapping GIS development land base compilation digital orthophotography and data conversion solutions that improve operations and long term planning for municipal local and federal government agencies commercial organizations engineering professionals and regional planning commissions Our program teams identify and foster new ideas in response to customer requests develop these into advanced concepts then integrate the resulting new technologies into working programs Thus a steady stream of leading edge developments is available to the commercial products and services BAE Systems broad technical expertise extensive resources and engineering staff coupled with its industry leading

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/medallion.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive


  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    KLT Associates 300 Applanix Corporation 208 210 Leica Geosystems 601 BAE Systems Platinum Medallion Partner 407 LizardTech 615 MAPS Geosystems PROMPT 812 Boeing 215 217 MD Atlantic Technologies 316 Cardinal Systems LLC 307 NASA Earth Sun System Land Processes Data Services 313 Clark Labs 412 National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NGA 115 117 CRC Press Taylor Francis Books Inc 109 National Reconnaissance Office 113 New Tech Services Inc 416 DAT EM Systems International 301 NIIRS10 312 Definiens Imaging GmbH 314 North West Group 613 Digital Globe 507 DiMAC Systems 511 NOAA NOS National Geodetic Survey Remote Sensing Division 513 DVP GS 804 Ofek International 216 Dynamic Aviation 514 Orbimage 610 612 Dynamix Corporation 112 Optech Incorporated 201 203 E Coyote Enterprises Inc 108 PCI Geomatics 707 709 Eagle Mapping Ltd 703 RSI 406 408 Earth Data International 810 Riegl USA Inc 111 Earth Satellite Corporation 403 Rollei Fototechnic GMBH 611 Eastman Kodak 500 502 SANZ Inc 716 ESIP Federation 616 Space Imaging 708 710 Speck SpatialTech Limited 826 ESRI 207 Spectrum Mapping LLC 606 ETRI Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute 714 TerraSim Inc 100 Federal Geographic Data Committee 414 Terrasolid 102 Geographic Resource Solutions 808 Topographic Engineering Center 516 Geospatial Solutions

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/exhibitorslist.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    reports visualizing incident locations via a map performing site specific analysis and coordinating response efforts EMMA uses ESRI s ArcIMS software and open architecture to provide decision makers with basic and advanced tools for map visualization location analysis and report generation Depart Main Entrance of Marriott Waterfront Hotel promptly at 8 00 am Return to Marriott Waterfront Hotel at approximately 12 noon 2 USGS Landsat and NASA EOS Terra Aqua and Aura Satellite Operations NASA Goddard Space Flight Center GSFC Greenbelt Maryland Monday March 7th 12 15 pm to 5 00 pm Cost is 35 00 US Geological Survey USGS and National Aeronautic and Space Administration NASA staff will provide overview presentations on the USGS Landsat and NASA Terra Aqua and Aura satellite programs The discussion will include descriptions of systems sensors and operations data acquisition strategies data collection processing and highlights of the NASA and Landsat Science Team activities The program will conclude with a tour of the Landsat and Terra Aqua and Aura operations centers Due to space limitations attendance will be limited All attendees must be U S citizens Proof of U S citizenship will be required before entering the facility Depart Main Entrance of Marriott Waterfront Hotel promptly at 12 15 pm Return to Marriott Waterfront Hotel at approximately 5 00 pm 3 National Cryptologic MuseumNational Security Agency Fort Meade Maryland Tuesday March 8th 12 30 pm to 4 00 pm Cost is 35 00 The Cryptologic Museum showcases the Nation s cryptologic legacy The Museum s collection contains thousands of artifacts that collectively serve to sustain the history of the cryptologic profession Here visitors can see some of the most dramatic moments in the history of American cryptology the people who devoted their lives to cryptology and national defense the machines and devices they developed

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/techtours.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    perspective on integration and analysis of satellite imagery and geospatial data Abstracts may be classified see submission channels below but must have an unclassified title Further details and registration information for the Classified Session will be available on line and in the preliminary program Civil Applications Committee Session Co chair Ben Ramey US Geological Survey CAC Phone 703 648 7923 STU III email bramey usgs gov Secure e mail bramey usgs ic gov Department of Defense and Intelligence Community Session Co chair Scott Loomer National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Open phone 703 735 3062 email LoomerSc nga mil Secure phone 576 6573 email LoomerSc n nga ic gov Individuals from the private sector desiring to participate may contact either of the program chairs Important Deadlines Abstracts for the classified session must be received by one of the co chairs not later than November 13 2004 Proposals should include the title classification level author s presenters s with affiliations and a description not to exceed 250 words Paper selection notifications will be made by November 30 2004 All attendees for the classified session must be pre registered with ASPRS by December 31 2004 Registrations for the classified session will NOT be accepted

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/classified.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    Session Exhibitors Information Medallion Partner program Exhibitors List Technical Tours Sponsors Conference Hotel Registration ASPRS and the conference planners thank the following sponsors for their generosity Sponsors Evening at the National Aquarium in Baltimore Exhibit Hall Reception Box lunch Conference Bags Classified Session Box lunch Lanyards Pens Conference Proceedings Evening at the National Aquarium in Baltimore Exhibit Hall Reception Copyright 2004 American Society for Photogrammetry Remote Sensing 5410 Grosvenor Lane

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/sponsors.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    are just steps from the city s best dining entertainment and cultural venues including Baltimore National Aquarium Power Plant Live ESPN Zone Hard Rock Cafe McCormick Schmick s and The Cheesecake Factory 700 Aliceanna Street Baltimore MD 21202 USA Phone 1 410 385 3000 Fax 1 410 895 1900 http marriott com property propertyPage mi marshaCode BWIWF In the unlikely event of a program cancellation ASPRS assumes no liability for

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/hotel.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    registration fee for speakers who register for the whole week i e FULL REGISTRATION Exhibit Hall Pass Drink Ticket at the Exhibitors Reception admission and drink ticket to the Aquarium Event and the Conference Proceedings on CD Unless FULL REGISTRATION speakers are bringing guest s they DO NOT need to BUY tickets forany of the above events for themselves ASPRS 2005 Annual Conference Registration Rates Summary ASPRS Member Advance Through February 7th 2005 Rates Full Registration 395 Daily 190 Student 95 Student Daily Wednesday 50 Student Daily Thursday or Friday 30 Speaker Full includes Poster Presenters 250 Speaker Daily 175 Spouse Guest 110 Workshops Only Per Workshop Non Member Advance Through February 7th 2005 Rates Full Registration 500 Daily 240 Student 140 Student Daily Wednesday 60 Student Daily Thursday or Friday 40 Speaker Full includes Poster Presenters 395 Speaker Daily 270 Spouse Guest 110 Workshops Only Per Workshop Classified Only Must register by December 31st 2004 60 ASPRS Member Post February 7th 2005 Rates Full Registration 525 Daily 240 Student 105 Student Daily Wednesday 50 Student Daily Thursday or Friday 30 Speaker Full includes Poster Presenters 300 Speaker Daily 225 Spouse Guest 110 Workshops Only Per Workshop Non Member Post

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/baltimore2005/registration.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • ASPRS Annual Conference Denver 2004
    000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains With 70 golf courses and 27 formal flower gardens and one of the nation s largest urban trail systems Denver residents and visitors have countless ways to enjoy the outdoors Denver is a cultural city Denver citizens contribute more public funding for the arts per capita than any other U S city The Denver Performing Arts Center has nine theaters and is second only to New York s Lincoln Center in size Visit www denvercenter org to see the events scheduled during your visit Denver loves its sports Denver has seven professional sports teams In addition to football basketball hockey baseball and soccer Denver has lacrosse and arena football a dream come true for the sports fan Denver really is exactly one mile high By an amazing stroke of good luck the 13th step on the State Capitol is exactly 5 280 feet above sea level Denver has the 10th largest downtown in America Denver has a definitive exciting and walk able downtown within a mile radius are three major sports stadiums the Denver Performing Arts Center three colleges an assortment of art and history museums a mint producing 10 billion coins a year a river offering white water rafting and over 300 restaurants Denver is near the mountains not in them Located on high rolling plains Denver is 12 miles east of what locals call the foothills a series of gentle mountains that climb to 11 000 feet Just beyond is the Front Range formidable snowcapped peaks rising to 14 000 feet that can be seen from practically everywhere in the city Be sure to bring a camera Denver brews more beer than any other city On an average day Denver brews over 80 different beers and is the Napa Valley

    Original URL path: http://www.asprs.org/a/conference-archive/denver2004/denver.shtml (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive



  •