Bits and pieces | June 2010

BAE Systems presents awards for excellence in photogrammetry

BAE Systems Award
United States Military Academy, West Point

Dr. A. Stewart Walker presents BAE Systems Award for Excellence in Photogrammetry to West Point cadet Augustine Paulo.

Stewart Walker presents BAE Systems Award for Excellence in Photogrammetry to West Point cadet Augustine Paulo.

Stewart Walker, GXP Product initiatives director for BAE Systems, presented the company’s annual Award for Excellence in Photogrammetry to West Point cadet Augustine Paulo at the GIS graduation awards ceremony in May. Cadet Paulo, an incoming senior majoring in Geospatial Information Science, has earned an overall GPA through three years at the Academy of 4.13, based on a 4.0 grading scale, which means he has received an A+ in several courses.

The BAE Systems Award for Excellence in Photogrammetry is presented to one outstanding photogrammetry student from a pool of more than 50 cadets who participate in the Geospatial Information Sciences program at the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.

BAE Systems Award
American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)

Jaehong Oh, a doctoral student at Ohio State University, received the second annual BAE Systems Award, presented at the ASPRS conference to reward top-quality research and publication by young students at the master’s or doctoral level. The award is designed to encourage researchers to use the ASPRS annual conference as a vehicle to publish and present their findings. Oh’s paper, “Automatic georeferencing of aerial images using high-resolution stereo satellite images,” may be published in Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, the official journal of ASPRS.

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