Geomatics World March/April 2019

In this issue, Friedhelm Moggert-Kägeler discusses new solutions to current bathymetry chart production; Ioseba Tena takes a look at the AUV market and the different types of systems available for the different types of surveys being carried out; A student and an employer look at benefits of a university education in geomatics and how it can benefit both students and companies; and Renalt Capes explains how differential SAR interferometry can monitor ground movement with unprecedented accuracy.

Also, Durk Haarsma sat down with Rudolf Staiger, FIG President, to discuss the state of the surveying profession and its future; Ian Dowman reports from DGI 2019 which had the subtitle: Geospatial Intelligence for National Security; and we have an obituary for Walter Smith who died in December 2018 after a distinguished career in the surveying industry.

Plus, all the regular news & columns!

New Challenges for Digital Chart Production

Page 18:  New Challenges for Digital Chart ProductionFriedhelm Moggert-Kägeler discusses new solutions to current bathymetry chart production. Read now.

 

Advancing Technology of AUVs

Page 21:  Advancing Technology of AUVs - Ioseba Tena takes a look at the AUV market and the different types of systems available for the different types of surveys being carried out. Read now.

InSAR used to Create Ground Stability Maps

Page 26:  InSAR used to Create Ground Stability Maps - Renalt Capes explains how differential SAR interferometry can monitor ground movement with unprecedented accuracy. Read now

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