Articles by Christine Grahl

New Alliance Aims to Support and Strengthen GPS

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The launch of the GPS Innovation Alliance on Feb. 13 signaled a new approach to GPS advocacy and support.
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Editor's Point: Is 3D Relevant?

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Infographics are designed to stand alone, and the one we’ve developed on 3D Trends in Surveying for this issue (see pages 11-12) is no exception. But the writer in me can’t resist pulling out a few key points for discussion.
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Sight Lines: How Much Education Do Surveyors Need?

By Christine Grahl
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Earlier this week, a reader sent me a link to a story about a Florida initiative to try to attract students into education programs for science, engineering and technical fields.
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Editor's Points: Preconceived Notions

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My 7-year-old son has a wonderful imagination and is always thinking of new inventions. “I’m going to find a way to capture lightning and turn it into free electricity for people to use,” he said to me the other day.
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Flying Higher

By Christine Grahl and Sarah Hakim
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Advanced digital camera technology allows imagery to be captured in stunning detail at high altitudes. 
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Going Mobile

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Smartphones and tablets are driving new levels of productivity in GNSS positioning and data collection. 
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Editor's Points: Love and Business

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There’s a lot of love in the month of December. We spend time with our loved ones during holiday dinners and extended breaks from work and school.
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Sight Lines: Trimble Makes Inroads on Infrastructure, BIM

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At Trimble Dimensions in Las Vegas this week, Trimble’s latest products and news are generating a substantial amount of buzz.
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Editor's Points: Making A Difference

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I’ve never met Bill Buntrock, PLS, in person. But even just in speaking to him over the phone, I found his commitment to supporting organizations that help others inspiring.
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Editor's Points: A Technology Strategy

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When Apple’s new iPhone 5 debuted in September, I wasn’t one of the zealous fans standing in line. At best, I was apathetic, bordering on the slightly annoyed.
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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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In the August 2014 issue, POB explores how John McAslan + Partners used 3D modeling to facilitate the update design of King's Cross Station. Also, read how keeping workers safe on a rocky, steeply sloped mountainside requires precise, reliable monitoring.

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