In the issue, we have an array of event reports for you including GEO Business, Ocean Business and FIG Helsinki 2017. Whether you attend or, there's plenty to catch up on.
We also have case studies on the QuestUAV’s latest venture to map coastal erosion using UAV photography and Photogrammetry, Greenhatch Group’s surveying the Thames using Trimble’s SX10, and Damian Taylor of Site Vision Surveys reveals how buried services should be surveyed.
Finally, we have articles on how Earth observation data is being used to inform decision making, Senceive transform monitoring while marking their 10 year anniversary, and Joel Myhre explains how Geomatics and GIS are a force for humanitarian relief in disaster zones.
Plus all your regular columns and more, read on.
Page 19-20: UAV Monitoring of Coastal Erosion - Kerstin Traut of QuestUAV describes how UAV photography and photogrammetry can measure long-term coastal erosion. Read now.
Page 05: Advances a hundred years ago mirror those of today - GW was launched nearly 25 years ago as Surveying World, then as now a joint product of RICS and a Dutch publisher. Read now.
Page 11: Events, Statistics, Geospatial Data and the UN - The FIG Working Week was well organised, well attended and achieved by collaboration. So is much else in the geospatial business. Read now.
Page 14-17: GEO Business 2017: Spanning the Spectrum - Conference report plus show floor view and an upbeat mood. Richard Groom and Stephen Booth report. Read now.