C Tech will be holding a 4 Day EVS Class in Bellingham, WA, May 12th-15th, 2015.
This class is recommended for all current EVS, MVS, or Earth Volumetric Studio users. This class will introduce the Earth Volumetric Studio environment and will cover the core topics addressed in our normal advanced training classes. In addition, special attention will be dedicated to new functionality in Earth Volumetric Studio, including the new kriging options, the new animation capabilities, and the Python based scripting environment. Special attention will be dedicated to automating workflows using the animation and Python scripting, with hands on exercises done during the training.
The class prerequisites are completion of all EVS or MVS workbooks, and at least 2 weeks (equivalent full time) experience running EVS, MVS, or Earth Volumetric Studio.
We strongly urge all attendees to review the EVS and MVS workbooks prior to coming to class. This will allow us to conduct the class at an advanced level.
The cost is $2,000 per student for the 4 day training ($1,600 for Premier Program clients… unless using your included classes). Discounted rates for two or more students from the same organization are available.
Class will start at 8:30 AM and will be 8 hours per day and will end by 3:00 pm on Friday. The instructor will be available until 4:00pm Friday for those wishing to spend extra time on other subjects. Please plan all travel accordingly, allowing for drive time to the airport.
We require advance payment to secure a place in a class.
Please contact Reed Copsey at 808-447-9751 or sales [at] ctech.com to secure a spot in the class.
Please Note: Attendees will be required to bring a laptop with adequate permissions to install the current release of Earth Volumetric Studio.
Travel Information for Bellingham, WA
Getting to Bellingham –
Bellingham is a small coastal town between Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC. Travelers to Bellingham have a few different options. Bellingham International Airport (BLI) is served directly by Delta Airlines, Horizon Air, and Allegiant Air. Visitors can also fly to Seattle/Tacoma (SEA) on all major airlines and drive north to Bellingham (a roughly 1.5 hour scenic drive). Canadian travelers may find it easier to drive south from Vancouver (YVR) Airport.
Once in Bellingham, a rental car is recommended, but can be avoided if desired.