El Segundo, CA – September 19, 2006 – Airborne 1 Corporation, a leading provider of advanced LiDAR services, rentals, and software worldwide, will host the ASPRS Southwest Region Technical Meeting on Thursday September 28, 2006.
This highly anticipated event will feature presentations by Airborne 1, I.K. Curtis Services, CyberCity, Multi-Vision, and Digital Map, Inc. Topics will include everything from LiDAR technology, to 3D modeling, to digital cameras and photogrammetry. “This meeting is a great opportunity to hear about the use of new technology and to mingle with fellow photogrammetric and remote sensing professionals.” – said George Halley, Regional Director for ASPRS Southwest Region.
The ASPRS technical meeting allows competitors to come together to learn from one another and see how the different advances in the industry can be combined to work together. One such presentation illustrating this will be by Multi-Vision. Representatives from Multi-Vision will show Block Oblique photography and its incorporation with 3D modeling and ortho-photos. “Airborne 1 is proud to be chosen to host an event that encourages the best in our industry to share their experiences and knowledge,” Airborne 1’s Marketing Director, Alejandra Espinosa said, “These collaborations are what allow us all to better serve our clients and continue to move this industry forward.”
About Airborne 1
Airborne 1 Corporation (www.airborne1.com) provides advanced LiDAR technology and asset management for partners in the photogrammetry, surveying and mapping fields. From Turnkey Services, to Software/Training, Rentals, and Fractional Ownership Plans, Airborne 1 enables professionals worldwide to effectively enter the LiDAR market without having to incur the high costs of owning a sensor. Airborne 1’s digital mapping services and solutions include a dedicated team of LiDAR surveying experts, state-of-the-art Optech ALTM sensors, LiDAR data processing analysis and application development, as well as LiDAR field survey coordination and project management.
About ASPRS Southwest Region
ASPRS Southwest Region is a chapter of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) covering Arizona, Southern California, and Nevada. ASPRS has been in existence since 1934 fulfilling its mission statement: “to advance knowledge and improve understanding of mapping sciences to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), and supporting technologies.”