The last time you browsed our members directory page , you may have noticed a sub-navigation which takes you to categories based on different member types. If you are somewhat new to the network, you answered a question in your profile which allowed you to place yourself inside a category which describes your role in the geospatial industry. That subnavigation looks like this:
Our goal and mission is to create an environment online which represents your roles in the real world as closely as possible. Our other purpose for this categorization is to provide as much transparency in relation to the members on our network as possible so that its is not difficult to associate yourself with trustworthy professionals online. We hope to recognize and celebrate real world authority and classify our members according to their hard earned experience.
Moderators and network administrators who you can go to for advice or
Surveyors working in energy efficiency and renewable energies
True to life government professionals involved in geospatial sciences
Members who have demonstrated knowledge and expertise time and time
again on the network. These guys know what they are doing!
Responsible for keeping track of available surveying jobs and helping
those in need of employment find available positions
Members who are primarily experienced with Machine Control technology
Responsible for placement of members on our Global Member map and
continued development of better and more precise network mapping.
Members who work primarily with the military and are trained by
military in geospatial sciences
Similar to an administrator, these members have clout and continue to
help us make decisions regarding the professional relations of Land
Surveyors United Global
|Professor or Instructor of
Geospatial Sciences or Surveying
Can also include published authors of academic texts for the surveying
|Surveying Publications Rep
Members who work or consult for industry publications
Leaders and moderators for specific location-based group forums on Land
Hire these professionals if you have a surveying position available.
Take a look at their profiles for qualifications and skills they'll
bring to your company
Members who either work in software development or represent a
surveying software manufacturer
True to life state board representatives for states societies in the
surveying industry. These members have earned their position!
Members who are currently surveying or geospatial science students.
Teach these guys the correct way to survey and learn something in
|Surveying Equipment Pro
When it comes to surveying equipment, these guys know their stuff!
When having emergency trouble, it would be wise to have these members
in your personal network
Members who work primarily in DOT or transportation related surveying,
such as road and bridge construction, for example.
|no badge||Just a Surveyor
Members who are just here to teach and learn and do not fall into a
Some of these categories are selected only by administrators, but the majority of them can be easily changed inside your profile by selecting your "Member Status" when editing your profile. If you find that you have been mis-categorized or would like to possibly be considered for one of the categories not available in your profile options, feel free to send us a note and we'll make the adjustments accordingly.
Last updated by Jaybird Feb 3, 2013.