PanGIS staff, friends and family members joined together to pick up trash for the 34th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day. Over 65 lbs. of trash and recyclables were collected by Team Lifeline in a few short hours.
Over 4,800 volunteers removed 166,000+ pounds of litter and debris!
PanGIS Marketing Manager Annemarie Cox recently completed the Turner School of Construction Management – a 42-hour evening course. The 8-week course included 30+ topics presented by Turner staff and expert consultants.
Esri has modernized its popular Collector app with a complete refresh. PanGIS team members are excited to try out the enhancements. PanGIS GIS Specialist Thomas Fiechtner authored a user’s guide for PanGIS staff to help them make the transition to the new application.
Collector is a mobile data collection app, allowing those in the field to use web maps on mobile devices to capture and edit data. PanGIS GIS staff tailor Collector maps to fit our workflow needs while giving field personnel the data and tools they need.
PanGIS senior archaeologists Brenton Willhite and Doug Mengers conducted artifact analysis, report preparation, and curation activities related to the Upper Voltaire Mixed-Use Project.
PanGIS staff attended the recent Esri User Conference held in beautiful San Diego, CA.
PanGIS GIS personnel strive to utilize the most current mapping technology and the latest techniques in data collection.
PanGIS participated in the annual Arch in the Park Event!
The goal is to educate the public about archaeology and provide information on various career and volunteer opportunities with local archaeological companies, museums, universities, and organizations participating.