We have a mix of articles and event reports in this issue.
The articles range from introducing Plowman Craven’s latest drone, the Vogel R3D, which may transform high precision surveying; and Charlton Bland sharing his experiences in operating drones; to Kevin Perrina from Aimcon Surveys discussing the pros and cons of NIA and IPMS; and Brian Coutts argues for a change in the title Geomatics.
As for reports, we have four events covered: Abdulvahit Torum reports on Intergeo which shows the current state of the art; Richard Groom discusses issues for Geomatics arising from the Smart Summit; Ian Dowman takes us through the ISPRS Geospatial Week giving a good indication of current developments; and Durk Haarsma reports that UN-GGIM has made great progress.
Plus all the usual columns, read on!
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.