Global Positioning Systems and GIS
Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers collect spatial information for use in GIS and elsewhere. The accuracy, precision and overall capabilities of GPS receivers differ dramatically. The basic concepts of GPS will be introduced, and a variety of GPS receivers will be used to collect locations on campus. The data collected will then be uploaded and displayed in ArcGIS, Google Earth, and other applications.
Audience: Grad students and researchers
Location: E-Classroom, 225 Lewis Science Library
Date/Time: 04/04/13 at 1:30 pm - 04/04/13 at 3:00 pm
Category: GIS Training Sessions