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  1. GIM International September-October 2018

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    The main topics in this issue of GIM International are: • Point Clouds and Smart Cities • Indoor Mapping: We Have Only Seen the Beginning • Automatic Object Detection in Point Clouds • What’s to See at Intergeo 2018? • Use of GIS in Smart City Projects • Rapid Site Surveys Using SLAM Technology • Chasing BIM: How Surveyors Can Shape the Future
  2. GIM International July-August 2018

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    In this issue: - Interview with Maximilian Boosfeld, CEO, Wingtra - Increasing the Accuracy of Mobile Mapping Positioning - Aerial Data Acquisition for a Digital Railway ...And much more!

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  3. GIM International May June 2018

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    Copernicus, Europe’s Earth observation (EO) programme, generates ten petabytes of free EO data a year. Big data from space holds great potential for ideas and solutions in many sectors. The front cover of this issue of GIM International shows a satellite image of the Yukon Delta on the west coast of the US state of Alaska. The image contains Copernicus Sentinel data (2017) that has been processed by the European Space Agency (ESA). More on Copernicus can be found on page. 39. Furthermore in this issue: Point Clouds from Smartphones (p. 18) Which Societal and Technological Developments Will Most Impact the Geospatial Industry? (p. 14) The Social Tenure Domain Model (p. 27) UAV Mapping of a Greenland Glacier (p. 31) Innovative Ways to Monitor Land Displacement (p. 35)

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  4. GIM International March April 2018

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    This March-April issue includes details of mapping and surveying projects carried out with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Nowadays they are an indispensable part of the geospatial toolkit for many professionals, but in fact they have only gained a firm foothold in the geomatics industry over the past five to ten years. We hope that the articles in this edition of GIM International will give you new insights into how UAVs could be used in your survey activities. In this issue: Precise Positioning: The Future of UAV Mapping (p. 13) UAV Technology to Survey High-speed Rail Corridor (p. 22) Proving the Rescue Potential of Multi-sensor UAVs (p. 27)

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  5. GIM International January February 2018

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    The January-February issue of ‘GIM International’ can best be described as a peek into the future. As point clouds are increasingly becoming the leading source of geodata for creating 3D maps, this edition contains an article that evaluates Lidar and photogrammetric point clouds captured from unmanned airborne systems. Another highlight is the joint interview featuring Ted Lamboo, Bentley Systems, and Ewout Korpershoek, Topcon Positioning Systems, in which they discuss the close partnership between their two companies. Zooming in on this cooperation teaches us a lot about the dynamics in today’s geospatial business.

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  6. GIM International Business Guide 2018

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    This edition of the GIM International Business Guide contains articles on various aspects of running a business such as marketing, lifelong learning and management within geo-ICT companies. Worth mentioning is the readers' survey we conducted, the results are translated into the article The Future Looks Bright for the Geospatial Business. This article helps you gaining insight into your market. Where is it heading, what are the trends, what do buyers intend to invest in? We’ve asked the people who really know the answers to these questions – in other words, our readers. Once again, we received an overwhelming response to our survey.

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  7. GIM International December 2017

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    The focus of this last issue of 2017 is on Earth observation (EO) and satellite imagery. The front cover shows images of Dutch tulip fields as captured by satellite, provided by DigitalGlobe. In this magazine you will find an article on The National Satellite Data Portal, managed by The Netherlands Space Office. Despite existing for just five years, its user base and their usage patterns have become so diverse that its level of success is already beyond quantification.
  8. GIM International November 2017

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    Object-based image analysis, UAS photogrammetry for mining, mobile mapping solutions, and effective use of geospatial big data – these are just a selection of the topics covered in the November 2017 issue of GIM International. Of course we also look back at Intergeo 2017, which was held in the last week of September. Additionally worth mentioning are two articles from Spain: one on the combination of UAS and Lidar in vegetation inspections, and the other on smart cadastral tools for real estate registration. Happy reading! See below for the highlights of this month's issue.
  9. GIM International October 2017

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    In keeping with tradition, the GIM International issue that is published in the ‘Intergeo month’ is a bumper-sized edition. This year, one of the key topics at the world’s largest trade show for the geomatics sector is smart cities, and geoinformation plays a vital role in smart city strategies. In this issue, amongst many other articles on a wide range of topics, we zoom in on various geospatial aspects of smart cities. In this issue: Interview with Professor Yola Georgiadou (p. 16) A Comparison of Mobile Indoor Scanning Methods (p. 20) Geomatics Makes Smart Cities a Reality (p. 25) Coloured Point Clouds from In-built Cameras (p. 33) Structure-from-Motion Photogrammetry (p. 36) Digitally Transforming Cadastre in Jamaica (p. 44) Furthermore this issue contains the Intergeo preview!
  10. GIM International September 2017

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    The September issue of GIM International covers a broad spectrum of geospatial-related topics, ranging from dense point clouds and fit-for-purpose land administration solutions to precisely flexible positioning. Esri’s Brent Jones has contributed an article on how the evolution of spatiotemporal synchronicity culminates in effective land reform. This edition of the leading magazine for mapping and surveying professionals around the world is topped off by an overview of UAV-based mobile mapping. Further in this issue: Automated Modelling of Tunnels – From Point Clouds to Cross-sectional Dimensions Implementing Land Administration Solutions in Ethiopia – Consultation with Stakeholders and Fit-for-purpose Thinking Young Geo in Focus: Scanning a WWII German Bunker Complex Updates from FIG, GSDI, IAG, ICA and ISPRS And more!
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