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October 27 - 30, 2020
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This 4-hour workshop will review the basics of utilizing LiDAR with ArcGIS Pro through a series of workflows and tools for generating 3d features The presenter (and creator of the demonstrated tools) will discuss recent enhancements and demonstrate potential information products such as this link to an example of 3D St. Louis. In addition, the workshop will address colorizing lidar and publishing Scene Layer Packages.
This workshop will be brought to you by Arthur Crawford of Esri.
This course will be conducted over Zoom. Once you have registered, a Zoom link will be provided for you.
Registration is limited!
An abstract will be included shortly.
This workshop will be brought to you by Micah Seybold of the City of Lawrence, Kansas and Amy Roust of the Kansas Department of Health & Environment.
This 4-hour workshop will explore all the essentials of the new, easy-to-use features in QGIS 3.x software. QGIS is a free and open source mapping application for the editing, displaying, querying and analyzing map data as well as creating map layouts. Because QGIS is a free and open source application, it is a great option for users or local governments where other geographic information systems are not an option. This course is intended for both new (to GIS) and experienced users of other geographic information systems.
This workshop will be brought to you by Chris Seeger and Amy Logan of Iowa State University.
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