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National Trust Deploys Laser Survey Aircraft

The National Trust has turned to aerial laser mapping to create accurate 3D models of the Dudmaston Hall estate in Shropshire. Working with aerial mapping company Bluesky, the Trust plans to improve access to the historically and culturally important estate.

Measurements captured using aircraft mounted lasers have been used...

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Skeye signs XCAM partnership with Geoxphere

Skeye has included manned aircraft survey capabilities in the United Kingdom, through an exclusive partnership with Geoxphere. Skeye will be the exclusive market partner for Geoxphere in the United Kingdom. This will allow us to perform surveys quickly and at low cost, for areas where UAVs are not allowed or are ineffective for the United...

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Cadcorp to provide web mapping to South Gloucestershire Council

The popularity of Cadcorp SIS in local government continues as a web mapping engagement with South Gloucestershire Council (SGC) becomes the latest contract secured by the GIS software and services company. Cadcorp will initially be supplying its off-the-shelf product Web Map Layers with supporting Cadcorp desktop software, training and associated services. GIS is a corporate...

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Mapping Nations: The Next Decade

During the first week of July, leaders of national mapping and cadastral authorities from across the globe will be in the UK to discuss some of the greatest challenges the world faces.

The Cambridge Conference will be held between 2-6 July 2017, with the theme ‘Mapping Nations: The Next Decade’. The conference will examine some of...
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