Articles by Linda Duffy

A Different Approach to Data Management

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 Anyone who works with geospatial information eventually faces the problem of managing change over time. This is especially true if multiple editors are involved, when working with data can lead to the frustration of conflicting changes, slow validation, and other challenges.  


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HxGN LIVE 2014 Promises a Wealth of Information

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To get valuable new ideas you can put into practice and learn something new about Leica Geosystems, Intergraph or Hexagon Metrology, HxGN LIVE 2014 is the place to be


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Mapping in the Arctic Circle

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Adverse conditions result in creative project management
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The future of oblique imaging and 3D mapping

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CEO of Visual Intelligence Armando Guevara offers insight into the game-changing tools.


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RFID Helps Map Below the Surface

By Linda Duffy
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A tremendous amount of effort is focused on collecting data about the Earth’s surface using satellites, airplanes, terrestrial mobile mapping units, total stations and many other devices. Even land areas under water are measurable up to a certain depth. It is reasonable to say that we are at the point where nearly everything above ground is mapped.
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Where are the Business Opportunities in 2014?

The MAPPS Winter Conference will examine areas of growth in the geospatial profession.
By Linda Duffy
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The dynamic nature of the geospatial profession makes it challenging to predict where the best opportunities might lie in the future; however, the start of a new year is traditionally the time to identify areas of growth and make plans so it’s worth spending some time considering the options.
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3DEP Program Offers Boatload of Benefits

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Back in 2005, staff at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) realized that it was difficult to locate LiDAR coastal datasets because of the lack of a comprehensive list of available data, so a group started searching among state, county and local government agencies for existing datasets. The result was the first operational inventory of elevation data along United States coastlines.
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Mapping Subsurface Utilities Requires Detective Work

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 The slogans “Call before you dig” and “Know what’s below” are familiar reminders of the importance of verifying the location of all kinds of subsurface utility infrastructure before excavation takes place. It only takes a moment for a pipeline or conduit to be damaged by heavy equipment, potentially causing public safety issues and disruption of service; thus the need for subsurface utility engineering (SUE).  


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Existing technology provides integrated system

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Mobile mapping is rapidly developing as a preferred method to collect data to generate high-accuracy 3D models and record asset inventories without putting field crews in hazardous situations.


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3D Mapping With Multiray Photogrammetry

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LiDAR is the technology of choice for deriving highly accurate terrain data and 3D models. However, combined hardware and software improvements in digital aerial cameras and digital photogrammetry offer new point cloud possibilities.
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More than 3,500 attendees from more than 70 countries attended HxGN Live, the annual Hexagon AB user conference, at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on June 3-6. About 450 keynotes and panel discussions were held, and several companies from around the world exhibited their geospatial products. Here are a few snapshots from the event.

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Technical Workflows on the Job Site Using 3D Laser Scanning

The purpose of this webinar is to dig into different laser scanning workflows and techniques.

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In this September 2014 issue of POB, we take a look at a book that reveals how a rare-map dealer made millions stealing ancient maps. Also, discover the secrets of a 21st-century surveyor and how technology enables small surveying businesses to ease growing pains and maximize their potential.

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