14th ANNUAL OKSCAUG CONFERENCE
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 25, 2011
Opening Breakfast Sponsor
AllTerra Central (formerly Western Data Systems and Martin Instrument) is an authorized Trimble Dealer specializing in the sales, rentals, training and technical support for Survey, Mapping and GIS, Marine, Utility, Environmental, Fleet Management and Seismic Industries. Combining 50 year of experience, AllTerra Central supplies top of the line Geospatial measurement and GPS and GIS related products in Texas and Oklahoma, including scanners and UAVs. We also offer several peripheral items such as pipeline locators, ground penetrating radars, laser rangefinders, laser scanners, GPS cameras, barcoders, tablets and much more. AllTerra Central has four full Survey Supply stores in Texas and delivers wood, stakes, flags and any supply needed daily. With our extensive rental fleet we have more than enough gear to get you through any job and can ship worldwide. Our Technical Support staff is comprised of a staff that has worked in the field and can help out with any support need you have. We offer free support to both our rental and sales customers. Finally, AllTerra Central also manages the largest private VRS Network in the world. This network is available to both Survey and Mapping communities. We are adding base stations continuously and the amount of users grows each year.
For a full line of our products and services, please visit our websites at www.wds-us.com or www.martininstument.com(online ordering available at martininstrument.com). With seven offices across Texas and Oklahoma you are never too far from the experts!
Platinum Sponsor: Opening Breakfast Sponsor
Gold Sponsors: Exhibitor Reception Sponsors
Silver Sponsors: Coffee Break Sponsors
GIS/GPS MAPPING WITH ALL IN ONE- INTEGRATED GPS/COMPASS/RANGE FINDER/CAMERA
Oklahoma Broadband: How far have we come?
The Oklahoma County Assessor’s Public Access / GIS Website – ArcIms to ArcGIS Server/Silverlight migration.
GIS in the Chickasaw Nation, Bridging New Technologies & Old Traditions through GIS
A Public Land Survey map of Oklahoma, circa 1870