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GIM - September/October 2019

GIM - September/October 2019

In line with tradition, this year’s September/October issue of GIM International is dedicated to Intergeo, the world’s largest and most relevant annual gathering of the geospatial industry. As alw...

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GIM - July/August 2019

GIM - July/August 2019

This issue of GIM International has a special focus on Lidar technology, with applications ranging from agriculture to archaeology. The front cover image shows very detailed 3D Lidar data that accur...

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GIM - May/June 2019

GIM - May/June 2019

This issue of GIM International has a focus on land administration, reflected by an interview with Professor Christiaan Lemmen and an overview article on geomatics and land administration written by...

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Geomatics World - May/June 2019

Geomatics World - May/June 2019

COVER STORY The cover picture shows the winning design concept for the Tintagel bridge built for English Heritage. This issue contains the following articles: A CHALLENGING CLIFF TOP SURVEY IN TINTAG...

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GIM - March/April 2019

GIM - March/April 2019

The March-April issue of GIM International is dedicated to unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and their role in the mapping and surveying profession. There have been rapid advancements in drones over t...

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Geomatics World - March/April 2019

Geomatics World - March/April 2019

COVER STORY The image on the cover shows Jim Powell of the Port of London Hydrographic Service instructing UCL students in the deployment of the side scan sonar set-up aboard one of the PLA survey ves...

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GIM - January/February - 2019

GIM - January/February - 2019

Ranging from an interview with FIG president Rudolf Staiger to a inspiring story on the 3D city modelling project of the Turkish metropolis Istanbul, the first 2019 issue of GIM International encompas...

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GIM - November/December 2018

GIM - November/December 2018

This issue marks the end of the geospatial year at GIM International. We are concluding 2018 with a great variety of topics, ranging from the processing of photogrammetry and the classifi cation of p...

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