Fieldwork

Ybor City, Florida LiDAR: Spatial and Visual Analysis of a National Historic Landmark District

Location: N 19th St, Tampa, FL, USA

Season: December 9, 2019 to December 20, 2019

Session Dates: December 9-20, 2019

Application Deadline: December 6, 2019

Deadline Type: Exact Date

Website: https://www.usf.edu/arts-sciences/labs/access3d/lab-projects/ybor-city-lidar.aspx

Discount for AIA members: No

Program Type:
Field School, Volunteer

RPA Certified:
No

Affiliation:
University of South Florida

Project Director:
Steven Fernandez, M.A., GISP, CCM, and Laura K. Harrison, Ph.D., RPA

Project Description:

Project Description and Methods:

This professional development workshop offers training in Terrestrial LiDAR and GIS analysis. Participants visualize, analyze, and digitally preserve architectural heritage from Ybor City, Florida’s first industrial town, and one of only two National Historic Landmark Districts in Florida. The workshop lasts for two weeks. From (December 9-13, 2019) participants use state of the art FARO Focus x330 and s150 scanners to create a high resolution 3D point cloud dataset. From December 16-20, 2019, participants process geospatial data at USF’s Access 3D Lab to uncover the story of Ybor City’s history.

Workshop Structure and College Credit:

This professional training is open to all professionals in any field, and USF students can earn elective credit by registering for URP 6930 – Terrestrial Lidar Field Methods. The course project includes graphics, maps and a written research assignment that expands upon the workshop training.  All participants are eligible to earn an @Access3D Gold Badge – Access 3D Lab’s highest certification of applied technology skills.

Workshop Structure and College Credit:

The course project includes graphics, maps and a written research assignment that expands upon the workshop training.  All participants are eligible to earn an @Access3D Gold Badge – Access 3D Lab’s highest certification of applied technology skills.

How to Apply:

To apply, please send a 150 word letter of interest to access3d@usf.edu by December 6, 2019. Questions may be directed to Dr. Laura Harrison at harrisonl@usf.edu.

Period(s) of Occupation: Early 20th century.

Project Size: 1-24 participants

Minimum Age: 18

Experience Required: No experience required.

Room and Board Arrangements:
Students are responsible for their own room and board for the duration of the project.

Academic Credit:
For University of South Florida students, there is the option to earn up to three elective credits by registering for URP 6930 – Terrestrial Lidar Field Methods.

Contact Information:


Laura Harrison

4202 E. Fowler Ave, CMC 342, Tampa, FL 33620

Tampa

Florida

33620

United States

harrisonl@usf.edu

Phone: 8139744457(813) 974-1157

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