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French Surveyors’ GNSS

The French Order of Chartered Surveyors (Ordre des Géomètres Experts) has set itself the objective of completing a GNSS network over the national territory. This network will allow positioning in...

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Maturing of INSAR

Two important articles, both from Canada, in the present issue of GIM International are on imaging radar. One article focuses on Canada’s second SAR earth observation satellite: RADARSAT-2. This satellite...

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Building Information System

In Lombardy (Italy) one has started a project on risk-assessment of buildings of historical-architectural importance. For this purpose a Building Information System (BIS) has been created, based on archived and...

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GPS Spider v2.0 for Networks

Leica Geosystems (Switzerland) has launched GPS Spider v2.0, a modular software suite for controlling and operating single or multiple reference stations from a central location. This latest version includes the...

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First ALS LIDAR Project

Airborne Laser Solutions (South Africa) has undertaken the first aerial lidar survey project in its new Rockwell Aero Commander 1000 aircraft. This survey is required for the route selection and...

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MobileMapper Pro Package Introduced

Thales (France) has introduced MobileMapper Pro Package with sub- metre post-processing as a standard feature. Mobile workers will continue to secure 2-3 metre real-time accuracy in the field, but can...

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A bird's eye view of Melbourne, Australia

The City2See website (www.city2see.com) is now offering high-resolution colour aerial photography of the Greater Melbourne metropolitan area. Users are able to freely search and view the image catalogue and print...

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Helicopter Photogrammetry

Surveyors working on busy roads are constantly subjected to close misses from passing traffic; it can be worse. Helicopter photogrammetry is a survey technique designed to prevent fatalities. A complete,...

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