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Google Earth for Land Development Professionals
February 19, 2014
Noon - 1:00 pm CT
The Google Earth for Land Development Professionals web seminar will focus on using Google Earth to visualize various land development projects. You'll learn how to create your own projects in Google Earth, symbolize the properties, add text, attach files, photos, and video, and overlay existing project files over the Google Earth terrain. In addition, we'll examine how you to can use Google Earth to better understand the terrain of a land parcel and the viewable area of a property from any point. Finally, you'll learn techniques for sharing your information with potential clients.
Facilitator: Eric Pimpler, President, Geospatial Training Services
Pimpler has a Bachelor's degree in Geography from Texas A&M University and a Master's of Applied Geography degree with a concentration in GIS from Texas State University. He has long been interested in real estate. His father and grandfather were both life long real estate construction developers. Eric is an active real estate investor and currently owns five rural residential investment properties in Texas.
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