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Triple checking the Xs, Ys, and Zs

A remarkable silhouette is appearing on the skyline of Antwerp, the capital of the eponymous province in Belgium.

Ever since the former Provincial House was demolished, the government of the province was in need of a new home base. Xaveer de Geyter of XDGA Architecten provided the design for the administrative center....

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With space at a premium, San Francisco gets creative

Every city has a unique story to tell, but lately, the stories of the biggest cities have begun to sound the same: they appear to be running out of room to grow. But are they? How fixed are their limits?

At its current pace of growth, San Francisco will approach the limits...

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NSS and the RIEGL VZ-400i in Australia

National Survey Solutions (NSS), formerly known as Northern Surveying Services, have been in the surveying and construction industry for over 40 years. Based in Tasmania, Australia, NSS has typically been involved in large civil construction projects across the state.

NSS has always invested in state of the art equipment and 3D laser...

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Plowman Craven Launches Vogel R3D Rail Survey System

Plowman Craven, a UK survey and measurement company, has launched the Vogel R3D system that deploys unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) to enable the comprehensive surveying of rail infrastructure to an incredible sub-5mm accuracy.

Able to cover even the busiest and most inaccessible areas of the rail network from a working height of 25m, Vogel R3D can...
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