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June 21st @ Noon
Set Up GPS on Known Point
Submit location data
Help remeasure entire
surface of Earth
in a single day
Survey Earth in a Day Event which occurs in mid June is a time for celebrating the land surveying profession and global surveying culture, worldwide.For those who are new to the community this year, SEIAD is when surveyors around the world simultaneously gather GNSS/GPS data from a known point near their location and submit it to the network, which we then plot on a map. This year, being our 4th year for SEIAD, submitted data will be layered on top of data from previous years. This day accounts as the largest geospatial event in history as it allows surveyors to participate in their own location. As June 21st steadily approaches us again, we are preparing for our 4th and largest Survey Earth in a Day event to date. This year it will be called 4D as we will be layering the data from our previous 3 years into a single map, representing points data gathered from thousands of locations around the planet by professional surveyors. With close to 3 thousand more members than we had even last year, we are hoping that all of you will participate from your location on June 21st.
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Survey Earth in a Day B the Numbers:
Year One: 965 participants
Year Two: 1770 Participants
Year Three: 2260 participants
Why hold Survey Earth in a Day on June 21st?
June 21st is the day of the solstice and the longest day of the year.
Why Gather Points at Noon?
Not only will collecting data at Noon allow most surveyors around the world to have plenty of daylight to gather data, it is also our way of collecting a steady stream of data coming in around the world, as Noon in one location is different from Noon in another location.
Instructions for June 21st @Noon
Many more updates to come as we bring together the surveying world for this joyous occasion.Download the Press/Media Kit by clicking the image below.
This Content Originally Published by a land surveyor to Land Surveyors United Network