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  1. Geomatics World March-April 2018

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    In this issue, Daniel Wicks reports on innovation using Earth Observation data encouraged by the Space Applications Catapult; we talk to Steven Ramage, Head of External Relations at GEO, to discuss his role and Earth Observation internationally; David Selviah describes an innovative approach to generating data for BIM from Robust Automatic 3D Point Cloud Registration and Object Detection; and Charlton Bland, a chartered land surveyor, gives us details of a drone survey conducted in 2017. Additionally, Phil Payne, while on a hydrographic surveying job, gives his personal account of his experiences in the Caribbean during Hurricane Irma; Richard Groom and Jason Poole report on the GeoDATA 2017 conference held last November in London; and we have TSA news and a recap of a RICS lecture on MapAction. Plus all the latest news and regular columns - Happy reading!

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  2. Geomatics World January-February 2018

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    n this issue, we have articles on Mobile Laser Scanning Point Clouds from Mattias Lemmens who outlines the status and prospects for automatic 3D mapping of road objects; Richard Groom discusses what is meant by smart cities and how it connects us; Ian Dowman reviews the activities at TSA including a new guide and reports on the conference; and we have our thoughts on the new UK Government Geospatial Commission. Additionally, Ian Dowman reports on the new products and applications from the Commercial UAV Show in November; Papers from FIG Working Week are reviewed by Richard Groom; Adam Spring reports on the IAFSM Conference held in Atlanta; and we interview Philipp Amon, UAV Operations Manager at RIEGL, who tells us the current range of laser scanning products for UAVs and future developments. Plus all the latest news and regular columns - Happy reading!

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  3. Geomatics World November-December 2017

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    We have a mix of articles and event reports in this issue. The articles range from introducing Plowman Craven’s latest drone, the Vogel R3D, which may transform high precision surveying; and Charlton Bland sharing his experiences in operating drones; to Kevin Perrina from Aimcon Surveys discussing the pros and cons of NIA and IPMS; and Brian Coutts argues for a change in the title Geomatics. As for reports, we have four events covered: Abdulvahit Torum reports on Intergeo which shows the current state of the art; Richard Groom discusses issues for Geomatics arising from the Smart Summit; Ian Dowman takes us through the ISPRS Geospatial Week giving a good indication of current developments; and Durk Haarsma reports that UN-GGIM has made great progress. Plus all the usual columns, read on!

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  4. Geomatics World September-October 2017

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    In the issue, we have an array of event reports for you including GEO Business, Ocean Business and FIG Helsinki 2017. Whether you attend or, there's plenty to catch up on. We also have case studies on the QuestUAV’s latest venture to map coastal erosion using UAV photography and Photogrammetry, Greenhatch Group’s surveying the Thames using Trimble’s SX10, and Damian Taylor of Site Vision Surveys reveals how buried services should be surveyed. Finally, we have articles on how Earth observation data is being used to inform decision making, Senceive transform monitoring while marking their 10 year anniversary, and Joel Myhre explains how Geomatics and GIS are a force for humanitarian relief in disaster zones. Plus all your regular columns and more, read on.
  5. Geomatics World July-August 2017

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    In the issue, we have an array of event reports for you including GEO Business, Ocean Business and FIG Helsinki 2017. Whether you attend or, there's plenty to catch up on. We also have case studies on the QuestUAV’s latest venture to map coastal erosion using UAV photography and Photogrammetry, Greenhatch Group’s surveying the Thames using Trimble’s SX10, and Damian Taylor of Site Vision Surveys reveals how buried services should be surveyed. Finally, we have articles on how Earth observation data is being used to inform decision making, Senceive transform monitoring while marking their 10 year anniversary, and Joel Myhre explains how Geomatics and GIS are a force for humanitarian relief in disaster zones. Plus all your regular columns and more, read on.
  6. Geomatics World May-June 2017

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    Order the Geomatics World May-June 2017 back issue at Geomares Education & Data Solutions. Geomatics World: the magazine for the geomatics professional.
  7. Geomatics World March-April 2017

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    Order the Geomatics World March April 2017 back issue at Geomares Education & Data Solutions. Geomatics World: the magazine for the geomatics professional.
  8. Geomatics World January-Febuary 2017

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    Order the Geomatics World January February 2017 back issue at Geomares Education & Data Solutions. Geomatics World: the magazine for the geomatics professional.
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