GIM - March/April 2020

GIM - March/April 2020

In line with tradition, the March-April issue ofGIM International includes several articles on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or 'drones'). Over the past years, UAVs have become a vital tool for the surveying and mapping industry. Equipped with a variety of sensors, they add a whole new dimension to the way we capture geospatial data. This edition of our magazine also includes a new article in our 'Ask the Specialist' series, in which relevant industry experts answer burning questions from GIM International readers – this time about UAVs.

This edition contains the following stories:

  • How the New EU Directive Will Change the Geospatial Data Market
  • GNSS Positioning at Centimetre Level for Dynamic Applications
  • UAS Mapping – Where Is It Heading?
  • The Main Issues to Consider before Using UAVs for Land Administration Projects

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