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The future of surveying? Quantum computing and blockchain

Forty-four years ago, the U.S. government introduced the global navigation satellite system — what's known today as GPS. I remember attending a seminar where this amazing technology was described with speculation about its application in surveying. Since those early...

source: By Robert W. Foster, The American Surveyor
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Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday May 28, there will be no "live" radio show. We wish for everyone...

source: NSPS

The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has published a dataset containing minute by minute data on the barometric pressure, wind speed and direction, relative humidity, temperature, and air density for nearly five million locations in...

source: NSPS

NSPS Federal Lobbyist John "JB" Byrd met last week with Acting Administrator of the FAA Dan Elwell. They...

source: NSPS

The U.S. House voted 360-59 yesterday to pass the FIRST STEP Act, H.R. 5682, a prison reform bill that includes Section 406, to expand the authority of Federal Prison Industries (FPI) to take away work from the private sector, including small business. The provision allows...

source: NSPS

Resources: "The Costs and Benefits of Building Higher" and "Floodlist;" NFIP Terminology: Appurtenant Structure; More ...

source: Jim Nadeau

I have had numerous discussions regarding what is exactly required of the surveyor with regard to Table A, Item 11. I have attempted to explain to various clients that Table A Item 11 is not an "optional item" anymore unless they want the underground utilities located and...

source: NSPS


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