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Any Geospatial Questions? Ask the Specialist!

Are you considering trying out a new mapping method? Or perhaps you’re struggling with a tricky challenge on a new survey project? Take this opportunity t... (read more)

European Consortium Demonstrates Highly Accurate Automotive Positioning Solution

The Horizon 2020-funded PRoPART project successfully tested a Galileo-based positioning solution enhanced with Real Time Kinematic (RTK) technique for automated... (read more)

PrecisionHawk Announces US$32 Million Investment in Drone Software and Services

PrecisionHawk has received a US$32 million investment from venture investors including Millennium Technology Value Partners, Third Point Ventures, Eastward Capi... (read more)

SimActive Adds Lidar to Point Cloud Processing Solution

In response to the growing use of Lidar, photogrammetry software developer SimActive has integrated a new Lidar workflow in its Correlator3D product. The capabi... (read more)

New Platform Connects Construction and Surveying Professionals

Publishing company Geomares, the name behind the leading international geomatics magazine 'GIM International' and the product platform for surveying, positionin... (read more)

Fit-for-purpose Capacity Building in Mozambique

The Mozambican Land Administration System is still far from complete due to colonial legacy and decades of civil war. The government faces a major challenge: ca... (read more)

Lidar Monitoring of Rock Glaciers with Improved Measurement Frequency

The 3D Geospatial Data Processing Group from Heidelberg University in Germany is conducting studies of rock glacier dynamics in a high-Alpine permafrost environ... (read more)

Copernicus Data and AI to Combat Climate Change

Europe’s Earth observation programme Copernicus provides open access to up-to-date information on topics such as climate and land management. Such data ho... (read more)
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Following the Curves of Road Design with Aerial Lidar

They say accuracy isn’t important for horseshoes and hand grenades – getting close is good enough, writes Brian Stevens. But if you are charged with improving the safety of the nation’s transportation system, accurate road curves, grade and width measurements are absolutely critical. All too often, transportation agencies don’t have the data to help them address specific safety concerns, maintenance budgets or technology such as autonomous (self-driving) vehicles. So, whe... (read more)
 
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