This event is free to attend for PNTS Members. We are suggesting a $15 donation for non-members.
Overview: Join PNTS on Tuesday, October 11th at 2:00pm ET to hear from TERRAIN360™ Owner, Ryan Abrahamsen, about how TERRAIN360™ can create street-level imagery for your hiking, biking, auto-route, waterway or ecologically sensitive location.
TERRAIN360™ is a small business that provides fully customizable surface-level image maps aimed at pushing the boundaries of interactive cartography and engaging users with a tool that not only inspires a love of the outdoors, but also serves as a useful barometer of the challenges these precious spaces face on a daily basis.
During this presentation you will learn about how TERRAIN360™ is working with partners to create 360 imagery for the trail, waterways, and auto routes along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. You will also learn about:
How the project with the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail could translate to other National Trails or public lands
Benefits of having your trail or land mapped by TERRAIN360™, including, but not limited to, press, tourism, showcasing ecologically sensitive areas, digitally comparing locations over time, and integration into apps or GIS tools with video, audio, images & stories
How you can use TERRAIN360™ to potentially work with Indigenous communities to map culturally significant resources
Where funding opportunities could exist for you to work with TERRAIN360™ to create a map for your trail or lands
There will be time to ask questions and discuss potential projects with Ryan.
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Engaging Trail Users through Interactive Mapping with TERRAIN360™
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