GIS and Surveying Professionals often find themselves at odds with each other. Disagreeing on who can and should be allowed to perform tasks such as data collection, processing, and analysis. Why is that?
This presentation will discuss the rivalry that exists between the two professions and where we might find common ground to help support each other as well as the communities we serve.
We are excited to have Tripp Corbin as a presenter on this topic! Tripp is the GIS and Aerial Business Development Manager for Survey and Mapping LLC. also known as SAM. With over 28 years of Surveying, Mapping and GIS experience, Mr. Corbin is recognized as an industry expert throughout the United States and Canada. He is often asked to speak on a wide range of geospatial topics such as data conversion, field data collection, enterprise GIS, professional career growth, and interacting with other professions. He has been a keynote speaker for the MAGIC GIS Conference and Georgia Geospatial Conference as well as speaker and panel member at the GIS Pro, SHRUG, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Florida, Central Florida, and Washington State GIS Conferences, just to name a few. Tripp was also a member of the original panel that developed the Geospatial Technology Competency Model (GTCM) for the US Department of Labor and as well as serving on the xyHt magazine editorial board.
During his career, he has assisted various organizations use and implement GIS throughout the US and Canada. This has included local governments, non-profits, educational institutions, utilities and private companies. He holds multiple GIS and IT certifications including Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), GIS Certified Professional (GISP), CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+), Esri Certified ArcGIS Desktop Professional and Esri Enterprise System Design Associate. In addition, Tripp has written three books on Esri’s latest desktop GIS application ArcGIS Pro, Learning ArcGIS Pro, Learning ArcGIS Pro 2 and ArcGIS Pro 2.x Cookbook.
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