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July 23, 2014
ASPRS Announces Mapping with Unmanned Aircraft Systems Symposium

Bethesda, Md., July 21, 2014—Unmanned aircraft system (UAS) technology firms, geospatial and engineering consultants, government agencies, universities, and research institutions will all convene in Reno, Nevada on October 21-22, 2014 for the ASPRS UAS Technology Demonstration and Symposium.

The symposium will be held at the Reno Ballroom, directly across the street from the conference hotel, the El Dorado, located in downtown Reno.  The event will include panel discussions on vehicles and sensors, as well as sessions on data collection, overseas opportunities, U.S. opportunities and emerging applications.  Experts from across the nation, and from leading firms will present and participate.  Attendance of 500 is expected.

Sponsorship opportunities

Please visit the conference website (http://uasreno.org/sponsorships/) for an array of sponsorship levels that will enable your firm to shine in the spotlight at the first UAS symposium specifically focused on mapping applications and the mapping profession.

Registration is open

Visit the conference website (uasreno.org) for details.

For more information or any questions, please contact our conference committee outreach coordinator, Devin Kelley at: devin.kelley@gmail.com.

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