ASPRS YouTube Channel

Eight vignettes prepared by the ASPRS Films Committee are now available for viewing here (or you can view them on the ASPRS YouTube channel). These short films cover the following topics: LiDAR; Aerotriangulation; Aerial Survey Pioneers; Geospatial Intelligence during WWII; the Role of Women; Photogrammetry in Space Exploration; the Evolution of Analog to Digital Mapping; and ASPRS Membership (the newest film).

Geospatial Revolution Film Project

The ASPRS Films Project, working through the ASPRS Foundation, supported the initial efforts, which eventually resulted in the Penn State Public Broadcasting (PSPB) Geospatial Revolution Project. The Geospatial Revolution Project launched September 15, 2010. All four episodes are now available to view here or at: http://www.geospatialrevolution.psu.edu.

ASPRS Films Archive

The ASPRS Films Archive is a repository of historical assets relevant to photogrammetry, remote sensing, and mapping. It derives its material from submissions by ASPRS members and others and includes scanned photographs as well as a variety of other media. The Films History Project originally created this online archive that allows members and the public to not only view historical material, but to also contribute to that archive by submitting electronic versions from their own personal collections.

ASPRS Films Committee Members

n early 2007, the ASPRS Films Committee was established to coordinate all the ASPRS efforts to document the history of our organization and the legacy of its prominent members. The committee also consists of two subcommittees: (1) the Web Archive Subcommittee (WAS) and (2) The Wall of Honor Subcommittee. Committee member lists are shown here.

ASPRS Films Sponsorships

ASPRS is pleased to recognize those who have generously contributed some of the funds necessary to create the various undertakings of the Films Project. Supporters are listed here.

ASPRS Films Viewer

Eight vignettes prepared by the ASPRS Films Committee are now available for viewing here (or you can view them on the ASPRS YouTube channel). These short films cover the following topics: LiDAR; Aerotriangulation; Aerial Survey Pioneers; Geospatial Intelligence during WWII; the Role of Women; Photogrammetry in Space Exploration; the Evolution of Analog to Digital Mapping; and ASPRS Membership (the newest film).

COSPAR 2018

42nd Scientific Assembly of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) and Associated Events “COSPAR 2018” Date: 14 – 22 July 2018 Place: Pasadena, CA, USA Contact: COSPAR Secretariat Tel: +33 1 …

ASPRS Annual Election Results

Bethesda MD February 28 2017:  The ASPRS Tellers Committee Larry Hothem Chair met on Monday February 27 2017 to confirm the electronic balloting results and count the valid paper ballots …

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SAVE the DATE for the ASPRS 2016 Annual Conference

The ASPRS 2016 Annual Conference IGTF 2016 is just around the corner so mark your calendars now and Save the Dates of April 11 – 15 2016 for IGTF 2016! Beginning on Monday April 11th and continuing through the week with sessions keynote speakers networking receptions the co-located JACIE Workshop and much more until Friday April 15 2016; the conference week is sure to provide many educational informational and networking opportunities for all attendees.

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UAS Mapping 2015 Reno: CALL FOR POSTERS

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The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) has released a call for posters for the fast-approaching UAS MAPPING 2015 RENO symposium which will be held at the Reno Ballroom in downtown Reno Nevada on September 29-30. The symposium is focused on education and collaboration on UAS technology and its application to the survey mapping and remote sensing field. Industry experts from the private sector academia and the government will present practical information on flight planning mission control acquisition and data processing for data analysis and production of mapping products.

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Symposium Program Announced for UAS MAPPING 2015 Reno

Uasreno 2015 logo1 300x64The symposium program is announced for the second annual technical UAS MAPPING 2015 RENO symposium sponsored by the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS).  The dates of the conference are September 29 & 30 2015 at the Reno Ballroom in downtown Reno Nevada.  In addition to the technical symposium ASPRS is also sponsoring a workshop on UAS Data Processing on Monday September 28 2015.

The symposium is focused on UAS mapping and this year’s program is organized to provide the latest information on UAS technology and software development as well as looking at ancillary issues that impact the UAS mapping industry.