Grants to Ohio College and other Education GIS News
Twelve Ohio institutions received $220,000 in Dominion Foundation Higher Education Grants. Among them:
Lakeland Community College, Kirtland, received $15,000 to support a geospatial technology program that prepares students for high-demand real world jobs. Students will complete experiential learning, including internships, co-ops and job shadowing to prepare them for careers in geospatial technologies.
Many of the others involved welding education grants.
Unmanned aerial systems and remote sensing company, PrecisionHawk, today announced the closing of an Angel investment round carried by Bob Young, co-founder of open-source software company Red Hat (Nasdaq: RHT,) and Innovate Indiana, the investment fund of Indiana University. The funding will give PrecisionHawk the capability to expand to meet the growing demand for unmanned aerial vehicles and aerial imaging data services in the civilian space in the US as well as abroad. ...
The company has developed strong strategic relationships in the research, agriculture, geology and infrastructure spaces. The current partnership with Indiana University will assist with research and data collection for the university’s Department of Geology. The easy to use, cost effective and extremely accurate nature of the platform makes PrecisionHawk an ideal investment in a state where UAVs have the potential to make a large impact in coming years
Indiana State and Perdue may get in on the action, too.
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