Geomatics World May/June 2019

In this issue, a case study on how the Trimble SX10 succeeded in mapping rugged terrain to provide access to a heritage site; Ian Dowman reviews the background and current status of mapping cultural features using various techniques; how a Brazil-based architecture firm has benefited from using GeoSLAM’s handheld scanners. Once forgotten tunnels under the trenches of the Somme have been mapped by a group of students to preserve its legacy; Joanna Hull describes recording an Antarctic base for future study; and how ancient dwellings in Colorado have been identified using a drone-based Lidar system.

Also, we have a GEO Business Preview article letting you know who the big players are that will be at this years’ highly anticipated event; and the latest news from the TSA on Rory Stanbridge stepping down as Secretary General.

Plus, all the regular news & columns!

UK is a Leader in Heritage Mapping

Page 18:  UK is a Leader in Heritage MappingIan Dowman reviews the background and current status of mapping cultural features using various techniques. Read now.

Students Scan the Past to Preserve the Future

Page 22:  Students Scan the Past to Preserve the FutureOnce forgotten tunnels under the trenches of the Somme have been mapped by a group of students to preserve its legacy. Read now.

The Potential of BIM to Support Heritage Asset Management

Page 25:  Understanding the Potential of BIM to Support Heritage Asset ManagementJoanna Hull describes recording an Antarctic base for future study. Read now.

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