Aurora, Colo. – Merrick & Company is pleased to host the first MARS User Group Meeting at the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) 2007 Annual Conference in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, May 7th.
Aurora, Colo.– Merrick & Company, a world leader in LiDAR, digital ortho imaging, photogrammetry and GIS mapping is pleased to host the first MARS User Group Meeting at the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) 2007 Annual Conference in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, May 7th.
The MARS User Group Meeting will be held from 1 – 5 PM on Monday, May 7th in Meeting Room #7 of the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel. The purpose of this meeting is to assist current MARS users with technical issues and to provide basic LiDAR training to new users by allowing them to test drive the software application and learn its many capabilities.
Gary Outlaw, Vice President - Business Development, GeoSpatial Solutions states, “Merrick is excited to host our first MARS User Group at the ASPRS conference in Tampa – we believe it will be a valuable learning experience for those attendees not familiar with LiDAR technology.”
Merrick Advanced Remote Sensing (MARS) software is developed and sold by Merrick & Company, a full-service engineering firm headquartered in Aurora, Colorado. MARS is a productionquality Windows application specifically designed for processing, analyzing and managing terrain data.
To attend the user group meeting, please send an email to MARSSupport@merrick.com including your contact information.
About Merrick & Company
Founded in Denver in 1955, Merrick & Company is a world-leading multidisciplinary engineering, architectural, geospatial solutions, and construction management firm. The employee-owned company provides these services to municipal, state, federal, and private-sector clients. With approximately 400 employees, Merrick has offices in Aurora and Colorado Springs, CO; Los Alamos and Albuquerque, NM; and Atlanta, GA.
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