GIM - May/June 2020

GIM - May/June 2020

Today's geospatial technology means that land administration systems can increasingly be implemented for the benefit of all. This issue of GIM International has a special focus on land management and the role of the mapping and surveying profession in this field. 

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Integrating UAV-based Lidar and Photogrammetry
  • How 3D Scanning Rebuilds Crime Scenes for Courtrooms
  • The Anatomy of Corruption in Land Management
  • Fit-for-purpose Land Administration for All
  • Mapping the Yangtze River
  • Modernization of Suriname's Public Domain Cadastre
  • The Evolution of FLEPOS 3.0

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