Geomatics World November/December 2017

In this issue, Tom Wren, Technical manager at Plowman Craven describes an innovative system which may transform high precision surveying; Charlton Bland shares his experiences in operating drones and gives guidelines for successful projects; Stuart Cadge from GeoSLAM describes the survey of Britannia Bridge across the Menai Strait; and Kevin Perrina from Aimcon Surveys and others discuss the pros and cons of NIA and IPMS techniques.

Also, Abdulvahit Torum reports on Intergeo which shows the current state of the art; Richard Groom discusses issues for Geomatics arising from the Smart Summit; Ian Dowman takes us through the ISPRS Geospatial Week giving a good indication of current developments; and Durk Haarsma reports that UN-GGIM has made great progress.

Plus, all the regular news & columns!

Introducing the Vogel R3D

Introducing the Vogel R3DPage 16:  Introducing the Vogel R3D - Tom Wren, Technical Manager for Rail at Plowman Craven, describes an innovation which seems certain to transform high precision surveying. Read now.

The Realities of Drone Surveying

The Realities of Drone SurveyingPage 19:  The Realities of Drone Surveying - Charlton Bland shares his experiences in operating drones and sets out guidelines for successful piloting of the platform and processing of the data collected. Read now.

ZEB-REVO Handles Hazardous Surveys

ZEB-REVO Handles Hazardous SurveysPage 21: ZEB-REVO Handles Hazardous Surveys - Britannia Bridge is the sole rail link for passengers travelling between Anglesey and mainland UK. Stuart Cadge from GeoSLAM recounts a unique survey of the bridge structure. Read now.

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