Much ado about Quite a lot Actually

I must apologise to readers for the lateness of this issue. April and May were busy months with several standout GI events to cover and a week’s holiday in Lyon and Nice could not be missed. In addi...

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Look to GW First for a Primer!

International boundaries are moving up the geopolitical agenda and GW was ahead of the pack three years ago. In the meantime, there are lots for readers to get to grips with on their personal CPD plan...

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Recharged, we Face New Challenges

Did you attend GeoCom 2015 in November? If you didn’t you missed a lively and truly informative event, which must surely have re-charged every delegate’s verve for all things GI related. In these ...

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Every issue of GIM International is introduced to its worldwide readership by the publisher. It’s in this place that developments in the geomatics business, tools and techniques, hard- and software and more are put in the broader light of the outside world of economics and entrepreneurship. Regular and returning topics are for instance the geomatics business in upcoming regions, but also the importance of developing state-of-the art cadastre and land registration systems for the future welfare of citizens or the increasing application of new techniques like crowdsourcing and UAV’s.