In this issue, Senceive transform monitoring while marking their 10-year anniversary. Richard Groom reports; Kerstin Traut of QuestUAV describes how UAV photography and photogrammetry can measure long-term coastal erosion; A case study by Damian Taylor of Site Vision Surveys reveals how buried services should be surveyed; How Earth observation data is being used daily to inform decision making by policy makers, governments, insurers and security providers; Tidal time constraints were a challenge for surveyors Greenhatch Group. They detail how the SX10 helped them out; and Geomatics and GIS are a force for humanitarian disaster relief in disaster zones, explains Joel Myhre.
Also, we have three event reports from GEO Business 2017, Ocean Business 2017, and FIG Helsinki 2017 which were all worth attending according to our reporters.
Plus, all the regular news & columns!
Page 19: UAV Monitoring of Coastal Erosion - Kerstin Traut of QuestUAV describes how UAV photography and photogrammetry can measure long-term coastal erosion. Read now.
Page 26: Turning Big Data into Big Business - Professor Ian Dowman of University College London reports from an event that heard numerous examples of how Earth observation data is being used daily to inform decision making. Read now.
Page 28: Tidal Thames Challenge for Trimble SX10 - The forces of nature in the shape of the tidal River Thames meant a limited period of access for the Greenhatch surveyors, providing just the sort of challenging site conditions ideal for the multi-functional SX10. Read now.