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Participants learn about geographic information systems and their uses during TU’s first GIS Day

 


Thomas University student Brandon Geiger (right) shows fellow TU student Adrian Sims how to use GPS equipment for map making during Thomas University’s GIS Day held Wednesday, Nov. 14, in Smith-Bonvillian Hall on TU’s Forbes Campus. The event included participants who use GIS in their daily work along with a gallery of maps created by students in TU’s GAPP Geospatial Center.

 

 

 


Ethan Lovett and Jeff Lovett (left) of Summerhill Creative discuss the different types of drones, how drones use GPS to operate and how drones are used to create maps and other items during TU’s GIS Day on Wednesday. 

 

 

 


Duane Treadon with the City of Thomasville explains how the city uses geographic information systems for planning, engineering, utilities, emergency management and other ways during TU’s GIS Day on Wednesday.

 

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