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October 6th, 2011
Successfully Completed the e-GPS User Forum in 2011

The National Land Surveying and Mapping Center (NLSC) held the e-GPS user forum at the International Conference Hall of the Chemistry and Material, National Chung Hsing University, on Sep. 22 2011. Professionals at the various aspects of fields of work on land surveying, agriculture,forestry, traffic, water resources, civil engineering, resource investigation, disaster prevention, and scholars of education and research were invited to participate in this forum. Participants made reports and shared the experience during the proceeding of the forum. Encouraging medals were issued to those users who frequently used the e-GPS data. In the last general discussion session, questions raised by the participants were responded in detail. Participants have also learned more knowledge about e-GPS technique for wider uses. Read More