Porter to Present at ArborCon 2016

Porter to Present at ArborCon 2016

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CN Utility Consulting (CNUC) Director of Research, Development, and Industry Intelligence Will Porter will be presenting at ArborCon, the Arboriculture Society of Michigan’s (ASM) Annual Conference and Tradeshow, on February 9-10 in Lansing, Michigan.

Porter will present during two ArborCon breakout sessions on Wednesday, February 10.

The first presentation, beginning at 11 a.m., will focus on “Treetilization: A Model for Transforming Utility Vegetation Management (UVM) Into a Green Industry.” At 2:55 p.m. Porter will present, “The Brave New World of Drones and LIDAR,” which will provide an overview of the use of LIDAR in the UVM industry.

Click here to view a complete list of sessions available at ArborCon 2016.

Visit the ASM website for more information about the conference.

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