GIS Day 2010

Map and GIS Collections and Services Proudly Invites you to GIS Day 2010

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Check out all the activities happening at our Libraries and Cosponsor venues.

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Immersive 3D Visualization Demo

Sponsored by: Immersive Visualization Center
Location: Halbouty Geosciences Building | Room 260
Show Times:

  • 10:15 am - 11:00 am
  • 11:30 am - 12:15 pm
  • 12:45 pm -1:30 pm

Registration Required

WCL GIS Demonstrations

Location: West Campus Library | Lobby
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

GIS Demonstrations:

Evans Library GIS Activities

Location: Evans Library | Whitley Suite, Room 106
Time: 12:20-3:00 pm

Geospatial Technology Exhibition

Location: Evans Library | Concourse

Time: 12:20-3:00 pm

Afternoon Presentations

Location: Evans Library | Room 204E

3:00 pm "Enterprise GIS"
Brett Blankner
City of College Station - Geographic Information Services
Lindsay Kramer
City of College Station - Department of Development Services
3:30 pm "GIS - Opening the World to Everyone"
Travis Schindler '96
ESRI 

Geocaching

Location: Evans Library | Lobby

4:00 pm Geocaching (Outdoor Activity)
City of College Station Geographic Information Services

Keynote Evening Lecture

 

Paul Dye

"NASA Mapping the Earth from Space: STS-99 Space Radar Topography Mapping Mission"

Mr. Paul Dye was the Lead Flight Director of STS-99, a Shuttle Radar Topography Mission designed to map up to 80% of the Earth's populated surface in 11 days. Endeavour's international crew of seven spent 11 days in orbit during February 2000 mapping the Earth's surface with radar instruments to collect the most complete highly accurate, high-resolution images of Earth's crust between 60 degrees north latitude and 56 degrees south latitude. The regions mapped are home to about 95 percent of the world's population and were captured with an accuracy of better than 30 meters (100 feet). STS-99 digital model of the earth is the basis for most maps being produced today

Paul Dye

Flight Director, Mission Operations Directorate
NASA Johnson Space Center

Location: Preston M. Geren Auditorium | Langford Architecture Center, Bldg. B
Time: Reception: 6:30 pm | Lecture: 7:00 pm

Sponsored by:
NASA Johnson Space Center
Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center
Texas A&M University Libraries

 

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