Improved speed and accuracy are a given, but these other benefits spark a new level of excitement about the future of surveying.

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.

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.

When high-speed wasn’t fast enough, McLaren Engineering Group turned to high-tech in the form of a handheld imaging laser scanner to deliver the ultimate value.

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New business combines the expertise of G4 Spatial Technologies, Geomatic Resources, Easy Drive and Leica Geosystems Houston to create the ultimate technology resource in Texas and Oklahoma.

New fully autonomous solutions safely and repeatedly capture accurate 3D point clouds and panoramic images of changing environments with minimal user intervention.

Adding reality capture to your surveying tool set can create significant opportunities for new business. Jason Larson, PLS, of McLaren Engineering Group, provides insights on how to do it well.

A handheld imaging laser scanner proves invaluable in meeting a tight project timeline.

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An innovative business approach blazes new trails for how surveying will be performed in the future.

Andrew Gillis of Leica Geosystems shows a fast, easy way to collect survey data for a road construction project using the GS18 I GNSS smart antenna.

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