Tuesday Dec 13, 2022
160. All Systems Launched – Geo Week 2023 Announces Five Strategic Event Partnerships | Feb. 13-15, 2022 | Denver
Portland, Maine, USA – Tuesday, December 13, 2022 - Organizers of Geo Week, the premier event that champions the coming together of geospatial technologies and the built world, have announced five strategic partnerships established for the 2023 event.
As part of this collaboration, the following will actively participate in Geo Week, taking place February 13-15, 2023, in Denver, Colorado, USA:
1. ASPRS (American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing)
2. ISPRS (International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing)
3. MAPPS (Management Association for Private Photogrammetric Surveyors)
4. USIBD (United States Institute for Building Documentation), and
5. WGIC (The World Geospatial Industry Council)
“We’re honored that these esteemed organizations have chosen to partner with Geo Week,” said Lee Corkhill, Geo Week Event Director. “From collaborating on key conference content and providing exclusive training, to showcasing the technical capabilities of our vendors, these partnerships strengthen and advance the geospatial and built world communities by providing additional expertise and industry advocacy to the event.”
ASPRS (American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing)
Each year, professionals working with photogrammetry, remote sensing, and GIS gather at the ASPRS Annual Conference for technical workshops, education sessions, awards recognizing excellence, and ASPRS committee meetings. The ASPRS Annual Conference started taking place with International Lidar Mapping Forum, now Geo Week, in 2018.
“Geo Week brings together the most important and longstanding annual conferences in the aerial survey, remote sensing, and mapping profession- that being the ASPRS Annual Conference and what was previously known as the International Lidar Mapping Forum, now Geo Week,” said Karen Schuckman, Executive Director of ASPRS. “It gathers the brain trust of sensor manufacturers, software developers, systems integrators, scientific researchers, and government agency leadership who are responsible for basically everything important happening in photogrammetry, lidar, and UAS-based mapping.”
Geo Week media release continues in the We Get Around Network Forum (www.WGANForum.com).
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