Since 1961, Fresno State’s Geomatics Engineering Clubs have partnered with the surveying industry, the community, faculty and other Geomatics Engineering/Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing related businesses and agencies to host this annual celebration of the Surveying profession. By recognizing our past, present and future and connecting students to alumni, industry professionals and researchers, students will have the opportunity to discover the world of Geomatics Engineering through the eyes of the professional.
The conference focuses on a variety of areas such as land surveying, photogrammetry, unmanned aerial systems, geographical information systems (GIS), and global positioning systems (GPS). Nearly 20 guest speakers from industry, government and academia will speak about a variety of topics. Numerous scholarships will be awarded to Lyles College of Engineering. More than $1 million in scholarships have been awarded at this annual conference over the years. Several vendors also will be exhibiting the latest technologies in GIS, surveying and more.
Register below for this 56th annual student-run conference and banquet featuring a roast in honor of Dr. James K. Crossfield for his integral contributions to the Geomatics Engineering program at Fresno State and the Land Surveying profession as a whole! We encourage students and professionals to come and network, learn from exhibitors, participate in raffles and auctions, and enjoy learning about the trends, developments, and the profession of Geomatics Engineering!
After January 13th, 2017, attendees must register at the door.
For information about the Geomatics Engineering Program at Fresno State, please visit here.