Marc Cheves from Amerisurv was on location in Essen, Germany Oct 8-10 to take in the 2013 InterGeo event. Always toting his DSLR camera around, Cheves has shared a number of images in his conference photo gallery on Flickr… enjoy!
My colleague Marc Cheves from Amerisurv has been very busy these days and has just rolled out another print and E(iPad) magazine and an informative E-news update – those of you interested in Surveying, mapping, GPS, and related technologies be sure to check it out! Of particular interest is a guest editorial that looks at […]
KOREC has announce that David Hyland, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), was presented recently with a gift of Trimble’s next-generation R10 GNSS for use by its students of geomatics and spatial information. David won the International Trimble Dimensions 2012 Student Paper Competition. The prize included a trip to Las Vegas to present his paper at […]
Trimble today has introduced today the Yuma 2 rugged tablet computer—a powerful mobile computing solution that provides full office capabilities in the field for construction, transportation, public safety, field service, forestry, utilities, mapping, insurance and any other outdoor or service-related industry.
An amazing opportunity for students has been brought to my attention by gene Roe of LiDARnews, Gene shares an update on the Trimble Survey Student Paper Competition. From Gene… As somewhat of a follow up to the last post on attracting students to the industry (see the numerous comments that have been sent) I wanted […]
An interesting result when you attempt to add the BLM US public land survey system data into an ArcGIS.com map… these PLSS data are available from a KML file at www.geocommunicator.gov. I haven’t run into any projection issues within ArcGIS.com yet to date so I found it a little ironic that this issue crept up […]
You may have heard or seen on the news that the Washington Monument, the most visible and prominent monument in Washington D.C., is currently being surveyed for damage that resulted from the earthquake that rocked the US Capital in August, 2011. What you may not be aware of is that the surveying is being conducted […]
This video shot on location at the ACSM Esri Survey Summit in San Diego features Randy Noland and Colleagues Joe Sass, and Marco Cecala as they discuss the convergence of GIS and surveying and get into the topics of data accuracy, evolution of software, and Esri’s perceived view of these topics. This is part 1 […]