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Dr. Bradley Doorn
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Premier Mid-Atlantic Imagery and GIS Conference
Held October 7-8, 2003

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Auditorium and Science Center
1305 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910


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GeoTech2003 - 11th; The Mapping, Imaging, GPS, and GIS Users Conference
"High Resolution: Choosing your Zoom in a Data Rich-World"

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FREE CATERED LUNCH

ASPRS Potomac Region GeoTech 2003 is a very unique, focused two-day event for geospatial technology users, providers, and policy makers. All the speakers are invited and highly knowledgeable in their chosen topics.

On the first day our invited experts present workshops on core geospatial subjects and new developments. On the 2nd day invited practitioners and policy makers from the Potomac Region discuss the "High Resolution" factor and how it impacts geospatial data acquisition and processing. An elite group of exhibitors provide an important exchange of what technologies are in the market place.

Geotech 2003 is oriented towards information exchange, education, and networking, learning and networking in a very cordial and friendly environment with good food and fun.

I look forward to seeing many of you at the conference.

Bradley D. Doorn, Ph.D.
President, ASPRS Potomac Region

 

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· Potomac Region

· NOAA National Geodetic Survey (NGS)

· Chesapeake Chapter of URISA

· Middle Atlantic Division of the Association of American Geographers

· VAPDC VA GIS 2003


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· North Carolina Chapter
· ASPRS 10-yr Industry forecast

 

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