ALBANY — The New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors (NYSAPLS) announced today that they have opened registration for their “A New Angle on Surveying” conference and exhibition. The virtual event will be held Jan. 20-21, 2021 and Jan. 28-29, 2021.

“A New Angle on Surveying” aims to virtually unite surveyors from New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and nearby Canadian territories to learn about the newest techniques and technologies in land surveying. Interested parties can register here.

Throughout the conference, aspiring and professional land surveyors will be able to participate in virtual educational workshops, networking events and virtually engage with sponsors/exhibitors. Some of the highlights of this years conference will be a virtual award and new licensee presentation, a part of NYSAPLS’ annual event that honors surveying professionals’ accomplishments. This years conference will also include a Women’s Summit. Organized by the Young Professionals Committee, this panel discussion aims to create an open conversation about the women’s perspective on the field and how we can better promote the profession to the next generation of surveyors.

Those interested in virtually attending “A New Angle on Surveying”, NYSAPLS’ 62nd Annual Surveyors Conference and Exhibition can read through the registration packet to learn more about the event and how to register. The registration deadline is Jan. 12, 2021.

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