GIST Alumni Trojan Recharge

February 25, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
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Register now for the GIST Alumni Trojan Recharge, a new special program exclusively for our GIST alumni on Saturday morning, February 25, 2017, on “Emerging Trends in UAS Data Collection and Visualization” in the Spatial Sciences Institute on the USC campus.

This program will be a hand’s-on seminar on one of the hottest growing sub-fields in spatial sciences today. From 8:30 – 11:30 am, you will participate in demonstrations of new unmanned aerial systems (UAS) or drone software, tools, applications, and sensors that are being used to created precision map data and visualization for industry, government, and educational uses. Given the impact which the aerial imaging market is projected to have in the future, these topics are important for all working in geospatial roles and as current or future geospatial leaders.

The faculty for this “Trojan Recharge” program will be:

This program is complimentary for GIST alumni who register for the Seventh Annual Geospatial Summit, presented by the Spatial Sciences Institute on Friday, February 24, 2017, at the USC Radisson Hotel, at the discounted USC alumni rate of $60.

Those who would like to participate in the Trojan Recharge but are unable to attend the Geospatial Summit may register for the Trojan Recharge only at the rate of $30.

The Trojan Recharge includes a continental breakfast and guest parking on the USC campus.

For those who are interested in staying at the USC Radisson, we have reserved rooms at the USC rate of $179 plus tax per night. When making a reservation at the USC Radisson, by calling (800)333-3333 by 02/02/17.  They must identify themselves as members of the Los Angeles Geospatial Summit Group. All reservations must be guaranteed and accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card.

See the full Geospatial Summit program here.

February 25, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am

Spatial Sciences Institute Conference Room (AHF B57J)

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