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December 2016


The December issue of GIM International focuses on a diverse range of geospatial topics. Two features focus on ways to create well-functioning land administration systems: one zooms in on cadastral boundaries from point clouds, and the other on UASs for cadastral applications. Additionally, Paul van der Molen discusses a solution for the victims of land grabbing. Read these three articles and much more in the final edition of 2016. We also have a print edition. In this issue:

  • Harmonising UAS Regulations and Standards (p. 12)
  • Cadastral Boundaries from Point Clouds (p. 16)
  • Multispectral and Thermal Sensors on UAVs (p. 19)
  • Fair Treatment of Property Rights (p. 22)
  • UASs for Cadastral Applications (p. 30)
  • And more!

GIM International logoBrowse through all the GIM International issues & read the articles you like, free of charge. Geospatial articles with information about all the major topics in the geomatics business: surveying, mapping geodesy, remote sensing, cartography, GIS, GNSS, photogrammetry, UAV/UAS, Lidar, and more! The archive goes back to 2013 and includes all the issues GIM International published: UAS Specials, Spanish issues, INSPIRE Special, the business guides and of course the regular issues. 

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