Redlands, California—Surveyors, engineers, and professionals in related industries have the opportunity to highlight their geographic information system (GIS) projects at the fifth annual Survey and GIS Summit to be held June 16–19, 2007, in San Diego, California. The summit will provide opportunities for both ESRI users and nonusers to learn about integrating surveying and GIS. Land surveyors, engineers, educators, and other professionals will hear about key issues in the industry and experience the latest technology advancements.
The deadline to submit abstracts for the event is October 20, 2006. User presentations and paper topics should cover important industry issues such as survey data requirements for GIS applications; survey data collection requirements, methods, and accuracy; as well as integrating survey and GIS in the following areas:
• National survey control frameworks
• National mapping programs
• Cadastre and land records systems
• Private sector
For more information about the Survey and GIS Summit and for online submission forms, visit www.esri.com/surveysummit.
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