GIM International: Business Guide 2016

The GIM International Business Guide provides an overview of the geomatics industry for the coming year. With content about the market, products, interviews with industry leaders and information about  shows and events this is an issue our readership will use throughout the year! Rather read a print edition? Go to the store.

In this Business Guide:

- Interviews with the key players and experts in the geomatics industry
- Company classified listings
- Extensive product and market reports
- Event calendar
- And more.

Recent Advances

Pole equipped with external controller, prism and GNSS (left) and GNSS antenna on top of total station. (Courtesy: Leica Geosystems)Page 6-11: Today’s geodata acquisition technologies combine microprocessors, computer power, solid state drives, complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) sensors, miniaturisation and many more developments. But demand is just as important as supply, and demand is rapidly increasing in our changing world. Read on for details of recent advances in geodata acquisition technologies.

Trends Market 2016

Trends in the Geomatics Market for 2016 - lidarPage 32-37: Combined with advancements in the way spatial information is collected, processed and shared with the geospatial community, increased demand for geographic data has helped the geomathics sector become one of the fastest-growing technology markets. Geomatics technology and geographic data are changing very rapidly and now appear regurarly in virtually every sector. 

Expand your Reach

The GIM International Business Guide provides an overview of the geomatics industry for the coming year. With content about the market, products, interviews with industry leaders and information about shows and events this is an issue our readership will use throughout the year!