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ASPRS Elects Rebecca Morton as Vice President

Morton VPThe results of the 2015 election have been tallied by the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Tellers Committee and finalized that Rebecca Morton GeoWing Mapping Inc. won the election to become ASPRS Vice President for 2015. With the installation of officers at the IGTF 2015 – ASPRS Annual Conference in May E. Lynn Usery moves into the position of President; Charles Toth becomes President-Elect and Stewart Walker becomes Past President.

Rebecca Morton is President and CEO of GeoWing Mapping Inc. (GeoWing) based in San Francisco California. She founded the company in January of 2015 with the goal of offering both traditional photogram-metric mapping services as well as services related to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Her interest in UAS photogrammetry began several years before she started her company. She was impressed by the accessi-bility of the new technology and for the first time she could consider integrating and flying her own mapping cameras!

Manual of Photogrammetry Errata

Manual of Photogrammetry Sixth Edition Errata September 27 2013 This Errata Sheet will be updated periodically as we become award of additional corrections.  Please send any correction you may notice …

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 …

Geodesists

The USGS Astrogeology Science Center is hiring up to two Geodesists (GS-12/13). Our mission is to help humanity understand our Solar System by maximizing the scientific and technical return from …

How do we spell it?… Lidar? LiDAR? LIDAR?

  https://lidarmag.com/2014/09/05/lets-agree-on-the-casing-of-lidar/ https://cleantechnica.com/2018/08/26/lidar-not-necessary-for-autonomy-but-lets-at-least-spell-it-correctly/ https://geozoneblog.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/lidar-case-matters/