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Q&A: The Quickly Evolving UAS Mapping Market

Drones have become a standard tool for mapping and surveying. Read what Gilles Labossière, CEO of senseFly, has to say about the market trends, technical developments and challenges affecting geospatial professionals. Even in turbulent times, the outlook for the unmanned aerial system (UAS) mapping market is full of promises. Now that the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or 'drone') market has reached its maturity, education and training will be key to ensuring more widespread adopt... (read more)
Introduction

An interview is the ultimate opportunity to get to know key figures in the geomatics industry. The interview is a regular part of the GIM International magazine and is written to reveal the view of a professional, company or organisation regarding specific topic within geomatics. Topical questions will be answered by the interviewee concerning his company, organisation, products, market views, philosophies or strategies. Apart from the regular interview, the rubric ‘5 Questions to…’ is a short article and a quick way to introduce someone or something in the business.

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Celebrating 25 Years of Photogrammetry Software Innovation

Racurs has a 25-year track record of success in the Russian and worldwide geomatics markets. The com... (read more)

How Esri Is Putting Effort into Drone Mapping

In early September 2018, it was announced that Esri and 3DR have partnered up to develop Site Scan E... (read more)

5 Questions to… Thomas Stuiver and Peter Tapken, Geo-matching

Surveying and mapping projects require tailor-made approaches. Every application demands its own spe... (read more)

5 Questions about BIM and GIS

There has been much debate on the synergy of building information modelling (BIM) and GIS (geographi... (read more)

Q&A with… Chase Fly, Delair

To gain real insight into today’s geospatial business landscape, ‘GIM International&rsqu... (read more)
 
 
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GIM International - 2019 July/August issue