In this issue, Photogrammetry is on the increase, thanks to better software and smartphones. So just what is it capable of? Costain’s Richard Bath reports; Andrew D. Thompson explains how geomatics measurement techniques are being used in rights to light cases; Andrew Maltby gives a Geomatics perspective on the RICS Professional Guidance on Rights of Light published in March 2016; and a low-cost and small-scale remote sensing platform for aerial monitoring and survey applications and precision agriculture is presented by the authors.
Also, a review of KOREC's technology at the Silverstone race track; How Topcon’s Elite software suite integrates with the company’s latest hardware; and Richard Groom reports on Leica's Mobile Mapping Day where two new models and a refresh of others where shown in presentations and outdoor demos.
Plus, all the regular news & columns!
Page 18: Geospatial Modelling and Rights to Light - GW reports on last November’s RICS fascinating lecture by Andrew D. Thompson on how geomatics measurement techniques are being used in rights to light cases. Read now.
Page 30: Topcon’s Elite Show at Olympic Park - GW recently saw how Topcon’s Elite software suite integrated with the company’s latest hardware. Read now.
Page 32: Mobile Mapping Chez Leica - Leica Geosystems mobile mapping day featured the UK release of two new pieces of equipment and a refresh of two others. Read now.
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