- How clients’ needs are changing and what’s driving the latest shifts in specifications and deliverables
- How technology influences outcomes and creates new opportunities
- Where innovations like the BLK2GO handheld mobile laser scanner fit into the surveying workflow
- Why the future is point-cloud based and what that means for businesses and professionals
- How to accurately assess ROI – and why it might not be as straightforward as you think
What is a survey? Ask 10 surveyors, and you’ll probably get 10 different answers. Even with a fully scoped project, it is unlikely that any two surveying firms will handle it the same way. But there is one truth most surveyors can agree on: Quality work requires experience, skill and integrity. Add ingenuity and innovation to the mix, and you have a transformative approach that leads to business growth, client satisfaction, employee happiness and outstanding results.
Jason Larson, PLS, has spent much of his career exploring alternative routes to deliver exceptional value in the surveys he has managed and is a recognized expert in laser scanning. Today, as technical director of McLaren Engineering Group, he keeps the firm’s surveying and scanning teams at the forefront of the industry through the integration of new technologies like the BLK2GO handheld imaging laser scanner, high-speed RTC360 laser scanner and unmanned aircraft systems along with hydrographic and topographic surveying instruments.
“We have to be able to provide fast, cost-effective surveys without compromising on quality. Technology gives us a way to achieve these goals and also opens the door to new projects and new ways of working that we might not have considered before. There has never been a better time to be a surveyor.”
– Jason Larson, PLS
In this 60-minute on-demand webinar, Larson delves into the current environment of surveying and mapping and what’s required to thrive in this dynamic new paradigm.
Watch now to gain new insights on what it means to push the envelope in surveying and mapping.