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ASPRS 2023 Annual Conference at Geo Week

ASPRS 2023 Annual Conference at Geo Week

February 13-15, 2023 Colorado Convention Center Denver, Colorado, USA Click HERE for Information and registration.

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Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, commonly referred to as PE&RS, is the official journal of imaging and geospatial information science and technology. Included in the journal on a regular basis are highlight articles such as the popular columns “Grids & Datums” and “Mapping Matters” and peer reviewed technical papers.

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Publishing Open-Access in PE&RS is Now Easier

ASPRS is changing the subscription model of our monthly journal, PE&RS. ASPRS is waiving open-access fees for primary authors from subscribing institutions. Additionally, primary authors who are Individual Members of ...

Call for PE&RS Special Issue Submissions

Innovative Methods for Geospatial Data using Remote Sensing and GIS Internationally comparable data is a global need for managing resources, monitoring current trends and taking actions for sustainable living. Even ...

ASPRS values diversity as a strength of the geospatial professions and seeks to promote a culture of equity and inclusion.

Recent and current ASPRS initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the mapping sciences include:

  • Formation of ASPRS Diversity Task Force
  • Update to ASPRS Code of Ethics to add: “Promote equity, inclusion and intellectual diversity in the mapping sciences. Encourage participation without regard to race, religion, gender, disability, age, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.”
  • Company Diversity Spotlight
  • Initiatives to enhance diversity in ASPRS membership and in the geospatial professions

2018 ASPRS President's Address by Anne Hillyer

We welcome your involvement and input. Please contact the ASPRS Diversity Task Force.

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