Program 181

AIRDATE:11/15/05

PROMO: U of L's Dr. Dennis Fitzpatrick and Ryan Johnson and Wim Chalmet of Iunctus talk about the new Alberta Terrestial Imaging Centre

U of L remote sensing expert Dr. Craig Coburn outshines NASA with his $200 goniometer

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TITLE: Dr. Dennis Fitzpatrick, VP Research, University of Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #181 Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre
SYNOPSIS: Look up in the evening, and you’re bound to see a satellite or two going overhead. Three of those satellites which are owned by SPOT Image of France are beaming images to a satellite dish located on the University of Lethbridge campus. And that’s making Lethbridge a world leader in remote sensing technology and the management of satellite imagery data.

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TITLE: Ryan Johnson, President, Iunctus Geomatics Corporation, Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #181 Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre
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TITLE: Wim Chalmet, Director of Operations, Iunctus Geomatics Corporation, Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #181 Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre
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TITLE: Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre, Photo
SUBJECT: #181 Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre
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TITLE: Dr. Craig Coburn, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #181 The Handyman's Goniometer
SYNOPSIS: With a little ingenuity, some MDF and maybe even a bit of duct tape, geography professor Dr. Craig Coburn has produced the world’s first $200 goniometer. It's yet another first for the University of Lethbridge.

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TITLE: Goniometer Photo
SUBJECT: #181 Handyman's Goniometer, Photo
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