Hiring more people is one way to expand your capabilities to meet demand for more surveys. But it’s not the only way.
If you’re assessing your mobile mapping capabilities in terms of megapixels and image quality instead of image value, you’re leaving money on the table, says Jason Ellis. Here’s how to change it.
NSPS Executive Director Tim Burch discusses the impact of the Get Kids Into Survey program and the increasingly dynamic, high-tech nature of surveying work on the future of the profession.
Beth Anne Campbell, president of MidAtlantic Surveying and Land Design, shares her insights on the talent shortage, the Women Surveyors Summit, and the need for diversity in the surveying profession.
Finally, there’s a surveying prism pole system with tilt compensation and other capabilities that can boost productivity. But does it actually work as claimed? Gavin Schrock tested it for GoGeomatics.
The family-owned consulting engineering firm is the world’s first company to use the Leica TRK500 Neo mobile mapping system—but a commitment to technology innovation is just part of the story.
Adding autonomous, intelligent mobile mapping capabilities to its award-winning engineering, surveying, planning and construction management services gives the consulting engineering firm an edge in projects requiring fast turnaround and exceptional quality.
What Does an Expert GIS Workflow Look Like? The City of Saratoga Springs Provides an Impressive Model
Empowering every utility inspector to quickly and easily collect accurate asset data is the key to achieving a real-time, high-value city map.
Combining your expertise with the right technologies and reliable support empowers you to be fast, lean and effective on every project.
Combining the speed of a tilt rover with the automation of stylesheets has propelled Challenger Geomatics to the forefront of high-efficiency surveying for large-scale renewable energy projects.