Visit Eos Positioning Systems® (Eos) — an Esri EPC Award-Winning Silver Partner and ArcGIS Online Specialty Partner — at the 49th Annual ORWA Technical Conference & Exposition in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This year’s event will be held at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, from April 16-18.
Eos is a Canadian company that specializes in providing easy, affordable, high-accuracy field solutions (GPS / GNSS) for the GIS and mapping community. Eos Arrow Series™ GNSS Bluetooth receivers fit directly into any existing mobile GIS workflows by plugging seamlessly into your existing apps and devices (e.g., iOS, Android, Windows). Simply connect your receiver to any device and start collecting data in your desired workflow, with submeter or centimeter (RTK) accuracy.
Scroll down for more information on how to find Eos and Esri, plus learn how to win an iPad mini by visiting our booth!
Look for the Eos/Esri Booth:
Win an iPad Mini!
One lucky winner who visits the Eos/Esri booth at the ORWA Technical Conference & Exposition will go home with an iPad Mini! To enter the contest, simply drop by the booth, talk about your high-accuracy GIS mobile work (or goals you have for this type of work), and enter your business card for a chance to win.
Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Conference Center
6808 S 107th E Ave
Tulsa, OK 74133
Hosted by the Oklahoma Rural Water Association, this annual conference brings together water and wastewater professionals, directors, board members and agency personnel for updates on policies, regulations, technology and more, including more than 30 different educational sessions to choose from.
How high-accuracy GIS (with Bluetooth GPS/GNSS) improves rural water workflows: A Case Study
Kentucky Water District Cut Their Meter Installation Costs in Half with High-Accuracy, Real-Time Data Collection
OCWD in Kentucky cut its costs for each meter installation by 50% from about $200 to about $100 by using a centimeter-accuracy, real-time field data collection solution. The utility was able to free office staff for other work and reduce its labor, equipment, and materials costs.