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Is this the death of the PLSS?

Alaska's PLSS survey is still in its infancy. Freshly placed monuments are still steaming, and some 35 million acres of state lands are yet unsurveyed — that's about the size of the state of New York. I caught wind that the Bureau of Land Management is proposing to...

source: By Jason Foose
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In the early years of GIS, many surveyors viewed the technology with caution — if not with a bit of disdain. The derisive phrase surveyors used to describe GIS, "Get It Surveyed," was based on deep-rooted bias and often-inaccurate perceptions about the role and objectives...

source: Directions Magazine

In my 15 years in the geospatial industry, I've seen our industry respond to certain trends and take the lead in others. As with most industries, we regarded the Cloud with a certain amount of suspicion and trepidation — after all, many companies' geospatial data...

source: Directions Magazine

With an in-depth look at market opportunities and trends across eight market segments, the European GNSS Agency's annual GNSS Market Report serves as a key resource for navigating the fast-evolving world of satellite navigation technology and GNSS applications. The fifth...

source: GPS World

Though civilian GNSS activities fared reasonably well in the just-signed 2017 federal budget, the White House has already forecast cuts across non-defense agencies next year leaving the funding outlook for civil GNSS programs uncertain...

source: Inside GNSS

NCTech, a developer of reality imaging systems, has revealed a new 360-degree camera designed to be mounted on any vehicle to capture and generate virtual street-level imagery. Google is set to trial the new camera for Street View capture in three countries. "We are keen...

source: Point of Beginning

The NSPS Political and Legislative Alert Team (PLAT) is an arm of NSPS that mobilizes grass roots action on national public policy issues of interest to the surveying profession. The purpose of PLAT is to identify and engage surveyors who know, have relationships with, or...

source: NSPS

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