Category Archives: Editors Desk

The Impact of Lost and Stolen Equipment on Site

Two out of five surveyors have been affected by lost or stolen equipment, with the average cost of replacing the equipment on a job affected totalling over £10,000, according to a poll of 100 land surveyors.

  • Average cost of replacing stolen equipment on a job totals over £10,000
  • Loss of working time is biggest impact...
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GEOINT 2016 Embraces the GEOINT Revolution

Bringing together more than 3,500 attendees and 265 exhibiting organizations, the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) hosted its GEOINT 2016 Symposium for the global GEOINT Community to discuss opportunities and solve challenges.

GEOINT 2016, held May 15-18, at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., was the 12th annual Symposium and this...
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Multispectral VHR Imagery Supports Crop Management in Vineyards

The Remote Sensing Laboratory at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, successfully correlated vegetation indices derived from pan sharpened multispectral WorldView-2 data with ground-based measurements in pilot projects at four vineyards in Northern Greece. This correlation confirmed that satellite imagery may be used by agronomists and winemakers in optimizing the management and harvesting of...

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INTERGEO in Hamburg – Strong location with pulling power

“Hamburg has pulling power” – says Prof. Karl-Friedrich Thöne. The venue is perfect for INTERGEO 2016. Why? An interview with DVW president and INTERGEO patron Thöne about the growing high-tech show and its diverse conference programme.

INTERGEO 2015 in Stuttgart broke all the records in terms of exhibition space and visitor numbers. Are you expecting a...
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