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Friday, February 27 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Sensors and Sensibility

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Some of the most exciting geotech advances are being made in the areas of lidar and imagery data capture. Come hear how North Carolina continues be on the cutting edge, benefiting all of us as data consumers and citizens.

  • Lidar QL2 - NC's New Lidar Data
             Hope Morgan
  • New GPS Advances and Trends
             Gary Thompson
  • 2nd Generation Digital Cameras used for the NC 911 Board Statewide Orthoimagery Program
             Darrin Smith, Keith Johnston


Moderators
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Carl Stearns, GISP, PLS

GIS Planner II, City of Raleigh Public Utilities
Carl began his GIS career doing field data collection for electric distribution and managed projects in North Carolina and Louisiana before joining the City of Durham Public Works GIS group from 2005 to 2013. He has managed the City of Raleigh Public Utilities GIS group since August 2013.

Speakers
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Keith Johnston

State Photogrammetric Engineer, NC Dept. of Transportation
Mr. Johnston has worked in mapping and surveying for the past 31 years with the US Defense Department and the NC Department of Transportation. He is currently the manager of the NCDOT Photogrammetry Unit, and is an NC licensed Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor. Mr. Johnston holds a Bachelor's Degree in Geology from East Carolina University and a Master's Degree in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech.
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Hope Morgan, PLS, GISP, CFM

NC Dept. of Public Safety
Hope Morgan has been in the field of GIS and Remote sensing for 17 years.  She has a degree in Geography from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  She was involved in the original Statewide LiDAR collection 2000-2005, NC Orthophotography collection in 2010, and the current Statewide LiDAR collection.
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Darrin Smith

Project Manager, NC Center for Geographic Information and Analysis
Darrin has over 21 years experience in the GIS industry and has been with CGIA over four years. He is the Project Manager for the NC 911 Board State Orthoimagery Program.
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Gary Thompson

Chief, North Carolina Geodetic Survey


Friday February 27, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Room 301 A/B