The end of fall routinely means cold weather is on its way (at least for me) and the beginning of another season of workshops, conferences and training. As I write this blog, I just completed teaching at a three-day workshop in Raleigh, North Carolina. There were somewhere around 150 surveyors and engineers attending this workshop. As I watched those taking notes and asking questions, it dawned on me how valuable it was to have everyone in one room and that we, as a community, don’t do it enough!
Over this particular workshop, subjects such as managing point files, processing field data, using SurvCE/PC in the field, creating subdivisions, GIS and Point Clouds were all covered at a surprisingly deep level. Furthermore, all classes taught were very instructional and approved by the State of North Carolina for individual continuing education credits.