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Forecast uncertain as housing industry teeters

December brought good news and bad news for the housing industry. Year-end tallies show moderate but healthy growth for new construction and purchases of existing homes. Both housing starts and existing home sales had their best years in a decade. At the same time, trending...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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NCEES is seeking licensed surveyors to participate in an online survey for the Principles and Practice of Surveying exam content review. This survey will be used to update the specifications for the exam. The information is posted online at http://ncees.org/ncees-seeks-professional-surveyors-expertise-advice/....

source: NCEES

When planning GNSS control surveys on highway projects, it is important to understand the limitations of GNSS. Most highway projects are long, and linear distances that are wide open horizontally and vertically and are ideal for GNSS surveying. However, in rural and city...

source: xyHt

We are only a few years away now from a milestone that distinguishes one data collection effort above all others, the decennial count that the U.S. Census Bureau conducts. The results of this monumental task, one which has been repeated once every 10 years since 1790, provide...

source: Directions Magazine

Researchers from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Leuven, Belgium, have designed authentication features that will make it more difficult to send out false Galileo signals. Professor Vincent Rijmen and doctoral...

source: GPS World

Using challenges or competitions to bring non-traditional companies into government's orbit is now a somewhat familiar tool for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, but its deputy director said the agency is thinking...

source: FedScoop

While Congress is currently embroiled in a number of contentious high-profile political appointments, the naming of Paulette Marie Hasier as chief of the Geography and Map Division at the Library of Congress is naturally a quieter one. But it is one that's notable, as the...

source: GeoMarketing

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