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GIM - Issue 7 - 2023

GIM - Issue 7 - 2023

To tie in with the Intergeo event, this edition will reflect on the practical digital twin-related challenges in the geospatial domain. While the concept of the digital twin has been gaining significa...

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GIM - Issue 6 - 2023

GIM - Issue 6 - 2023

This edition of GIM International is our annual showcase for challenging and exciting geospatial projects. Each year, we present some spectacular examples of how surveyors around the world have succes...

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GIM - Issue 4/5 - 2023

GIM - Issue 4/5 - 2023

As robots and autonomous technologies become increasingly integrated into surveying workflows, how are they changing the way the physical environment is mapped? This edition will explore how robots ca...

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GIM - Issue 3 - 2023

GIM - Issue 3 - 2023

Special cameras and sensors allow surveyors to acquire images and other geospatial information about the Earth and the environment. While both image-based solutions and laser-scanning methods are evol...

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GIM - Issue 2 - 2023

GIM - Issue 2 - 2023

Welcome to the new GIM International! Our refreshed design and updated logo signal our commitment to innovation in the dynamic world of mapping and surveying. In this edition, we explore the transform...

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GIM - Issue 1- 2023

GIM - Issue 1- 2023

A new design for GIM International In keeping with the evolving geospatial industry and the dynamic nature of mapping and surveying, GIM International has been revamped and now boasts a new and refre...

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GIM - Issue 7 - 2022

GIM - Issue 7 - 2022

Analysing, distributing and visualizing geospatial data are all vital steps in the mapping and surveying workflow in order to turn geodata into a key driver of today’s information society and benefi...

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GIM - Issue 6 - 2022

GIM - Issue 6 - 2022

Creating extremely high-quality 3D data and models from survey data is critical for many applications, such as in the AEC industry and urban planning. This issue of GIM International enriches our read...

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GIM - Issue 5 - 2022

GIM - Issue 5 - 2022

Surveyors often have to carry out projects in harsh or remote environments. While this may not always be optimal for the land surveyors and other geomatics professionals involved, such projects result...

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GIM - Issue 4 - 2022

GIM - Issue 4 - 2022

Terrestrial mapping is a traditional survey method, but still often the most accurate solution for many mapping projects. Nowadays traditional techniques are often combined with an innovative mobile m...

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