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LSU’s College of Engineering created the Center for GeoInformatics (C4G) to build new research and services in Geodesy and GeoInformatics.
Each year in March, the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS), its members, and the respective professional surveyor organizations across the United States celebrate both the heritage and the contributions to society of one of the world’s oldest professions.
From the “rope stretchers” of ancient Egypt to current day users of GPS and Drones, Surveyors have been at the forefront of the latest in technology to gather, analyze, and interpret data about land.
During the week of March 19-25, 2017, Professional Surveyors are encouraged to make a special effort to share their story with their fellow citizens. Professional Surveyors are the only professionals who are involved in every land-related activity, from boundary line issues to providing precise and accurate guidance for the construction of “everything”. They are the only professionals who are licensed by the respective states with the charge of certifying as to the correct location of land boundaries.
The Center for GeoInformatics at Louisiana State University encourages everyone to take time to better get to know the Professional Surveyors in their community. Finding them is likely to be as simple as typing “professional surveyors in Louisiana”, or looking in a phone directory.
To learn more about surveying and Professional Surveyors, contact the Louisiana Society of Professional Surveyors at http://lsps.net/, or the National Society of Professional Surveyors at http://www.nsps.us.com/.
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