GIM - January/February 2018

GIM - January/February 2018

In the spotlight this issue is the collaboration between Topcon and Bentley. Learn all about how both companies envisage the geospatial industry by reading the extensive in-depth interview from page 12 onwards.

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Integrating the ‘Constructioneering’ Workflow Together
  • UAS-based Measurement of Crop Height and Biomass
  • Smart Factories Need Space and Time Anchors
  • Comparing Lidar and Photogrammetric Point Clouds 
  • Community-scale Assessment of Energy Performance 
  • Medium-format Cameras for High-accuracy Mapping 
  • Surveying the Past Using a Drone

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