TROY receives surveying technology gift from NEI


TROY receives surveying technology gift from NEI

The technology, valued at $107,000, will help students become familiar with the latest technology in the geomatics field.

Troy University’s Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program
will have access to the latest advancements in surveying technology thanks to a
gift from Navigation Electronics, Inc.

NEI has donated three Trimble S5 Robots, three Trimble TSC7 handheld controllers and one Trimble R8 GNSS receiver, valued at $107,000, to TROY’s Geospatial Informatics Department.

The donation includes some of Trimble’s latest surveying
technology.

“The department will use this equipment for various
laboratory classes, including surveying, advanced surveying, global position
systems (GPS), land development and other related geomatics classes,” said Dr.
Steve Ramroop, Director of the Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program. “Our
students will benefit from this by becoming familiar with the latest
technologies in the field, enabling them to obtain advantageous positions in
their future careers. Students graduating from this program are in high demand,
and this donation will result in them becoming even more attractive to
employers.”

Interest in this field of study has increased due to rapidly
expanding technologies that make the field lucrative and more attractive to
tech-savvy students, Ramroop said. 

“This past year, we were extremely honored to be able to
donate $107,000 worth of equipment and be recognized as a top donor in the Surveying
and Geomatics Sciences program of Troy University and in the state of Alabama,”
said William Poche, owner and Vice President of Sales at NEI. “Being able to do
that for Troy University is an incredibly humbling experience because we are
able to provide a real service to those in need within our own surveying community.
We want students in the TROY Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program to be
exposed to the latest technology, allowing them to have the best future job
placement.”

For more information on Troy University’s Surveying and Geomatics Program, visit this link.

For more information on Navigation Electronics, Inc, visit this link.




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