This issue has some great examples of how the latest technologies like UAVs and laser scanners are being applied to geomatics and GIS.
Dr David Green and colleagues report on monitoring a river using UAVs and processing data using photogrammetry.
We take a look at Faro's impressive new UK calibration and service centre. We also see how mobile scanning can capture a major arch steel bridge, one of the longest in Europe.
There are reports too on Prof Stig Enemark's land mark Michael Barrett award lecture and the Geoforum lecture given by Tim Marshall on "Putting the Geo into Geopolitics" plus a review of Tim's book, "Prisoners of Geography".
The Geomatics World online archives are free to view for everyone. Just choose an issue from 2012 onwards and browse the issue at your leisure for all the major topics including UAVs, 3D Laser Scanning, GNSS, surveying, LiDAR and more.