Oct 242011
 

ASPRS: The Imaging and Geospatial Information Society, Rocky Mountain Region

The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, founded in 1934, is a scientific association serving over 7,000 professional members around the world. Our mission is to advance knowledge and improve understanding of mapping sciences to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing, GIS, and supporting geotechnologies. ASPRS members work as analysts, specialists, educators, engineers, managers, administrators, product developers, operators, technicians, marketers, scientists and researchers in the fields of Aerospace, Agriculture, Archeology, Biology, Cartography, Defense, Development, Ecology, Environment, Forestry, Geodesy, Geography, Geology, Homeland Security, Hydrology, Land Appraisal, Medicine, Real Estate, Transportation, Urban Planning and Water Resources. The Rocky Mountain Region serves ASPRS members in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. Continue reading »

Apr 292015
 

Mapping in the Early 20th Century
RMMS Map Month: May 2015
A Joint Program by RMMS, Denver Public Library, and the University of Denver

DPL PhotoDenver Public Library
DU PhotoUniversity of Denver
Information at:
Program
Poster
Postcard
Brochure
DPL Exhibit
DPL Parking:
65 W. 12th Avenue
Parking GarageD.U. Parking:
Lot E/301
Pay by the hour

Exhibits:

March 30th through June
“Pictorial Maps of the 20th Century: Popular geographic information presented for beauty and amusement.” University of Denver, Anderson Academic Commons.
April 13th through June 28th
“Mapping the 20th Century: Original Maps from the Denver Public Library.” 5th Floor Map Area, Western History/Genealogy Department, Gates Reading Room, Denver Public Library.
Now through August 13th
“Expressions of Rocky Mountain National Park: A Centennial Celebration.” University of Colorado, Boulder, Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences and Map Library.

Lectures:

May 4: 6:30 PM – Jim Akerman
“A Luddite’s view of the history of cartography in the 20th century.” Denver Public Library, B2 Conference Center .
May 11: 6:30 PM – Susan Schulten
“How an artist reinvented the map.” University of Denver, Anderson Academic Commons, Special Events Room.
May 18: 6:30 PM – Curtis Bird
“Pictorial Maps, a history and overview.” University of Denver, Anderson Academic Commons, Special Events Room.
June 1: 6:30 PM – Bill Wyckoff
“Promotional cartographies: the Clason Map Company and the American West, 1903-1931.” Denver Public Library, B2 Conference Center .

Map Fair:

June 1: 5:30 PM and following Bill Wyckoff’s lecture –
Before and after the lecture at DPL on June 1st, local map dealers will have a selection of their inventory on display and available for purchase.

For more information, visit the Rocky Mountain Map Society website.

The Rocky Mountain Map Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of maps and other items of cartographic interest. The Society was formed in 1991 and is based in Denver, Colorado.

Most meetings are held on Tuesday evenings at the Denver Public Library, 5th Floor, Gates Room, at 5:30 PM.

 

Apr 292015
 

Job Description:
The Geospatial Sales Manager role is responsible for managing the Domestic US sales and team and associated activities in the commercial geospatial business area with the goal of maximizing revenue and profit. This includes all aspects of the geospatial industry including satellite and airborne imagery, LiDAR and SAR, value-added and derived products such as elevation models, extracted GIS layers, and related information products to support multiple commercial markets. The role includes developing specific account objectives, strategies and tactics; providing senior leadership, in partnership with Product Management, Marketing, and Business Development leads, with competitive information on new and existing products and/or customers. Will manage and direct the growth of the US and Canada sales team; and may have responsibility for a few key accounts.  This is a Colorado-based position with > 50% travel.  Continue reading »

Apr 292015
 

Description:
The Geospatial Major Account Manager is responsible for sales activities in the commercial geospatial business area with the goal of maximizing revenue and profit. The product emphasis is on airborne LiDAR data and related value-added information products to multiple commercial markets, including US federal and local government agencies. The role includes establishing a sales strategy, developing specific account objectives, building a sales funnel, and closing new business. This role includes establishing and managing direct accounts within the defined territory (US) and maintaining customer intimacy. In addition, the Geospatial Major Accounts Manager is responsible for selling company products and services through direct sales channels, and is assigned an annual revenue quota. The role will require interfacing and collaborating with others in Geospatial Sales as well as the Product Management, Marketing, and Business Development leads, and gather competitive information on new and existing products and customer requirements.  This position can be based anywhere in the Rocky Mountain Region or elsewhere, depending on sales territory, and will require > 40% travel. Continue reading »