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Smart, simple & safe surveying

Smart, simple & safe surveying

Most known, the surveying business is far from cut-and-dried. For professional surveyors, a typical workweek can present a host of challenges that resist easy solutions or “quick fixes.” While it would be impossible to catalog and quantify all of the challenges that land surveyors face, the following issues arise often enough to warrant special consideration. More >>

The diversity of photogrammetry

The diversity of photogrammetry

Photogrammetry, as its name implies, is a 3-dimensional coordinate measuring technique that uses photographs as the fundamental medium for measurements. The fundamental principle used by photogrammetry is triangulation or more specifically called aerial triangulation. More >>

Can drones help for accident investigation tasks?

Can drones help for accident investigation tasks?

Drones can be a great help not only in business (for example: object reconstruction, mapping, inspection and so on), but also in accident investigation tasks. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have introduced new ways to address a variety of problems. One area of impact is safety and security. More >>

What is the Future of the Mining Industry?

What is the Future of the Mining Industry?

Mining is an important economic activity in many developed and developing countries. The formal mining sector employs more than 3.7 million workers. In addition, more than 20 million people work in artisanal and small-scale mining. Despite its importance, there is a misperception that mining is not a significant contributor to global employment. More >>

Surveying Trends in the Mining Sector

Surveying Trends in the Mining Sector

The quickly evolving innovations in the geomatics sector are bringing previously unforeseen possibilities that will provide a major boost to mining surveyors and the whole industry. Surveyors fulfil an essential role since they provide indispensable information to all the other mining disciplines. More >>

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