- Editor's Desk: MC on a Favorable Path by Tom Gibson, PE
- Letters to the Editor
- Feature: 1st Stimulus Project by Neil Sandler
"Professional Surveyor Magazine" interviews the Missouri firm first to work under the federal stimulus package.
- Feature: Not NASCAR - NCCAR
Developers of the North Carolina Center for Automotive Research went to great lengths to create an ideal testing facility, including using grade control.
- Feature: Meeting Transportation Needs Environmentally
High-tech grade-control tools save time and money on an ecologically sensitive highway project in southwest Washington.
- Feature: Inside Perspective
A look into how a highway construction company uses automated machine control shows the important role surveyors play.
- Feature: Happy 100!
Nedo, a German-based manufacturer and distributor of a large variety of surveying products, recently celebrated it 100 anniversary. As if that wasn't impressive enough, the company remains family owned and is now directed by the fourth generation of the Fischer family. "Professional Surveyor Magazine" sat down with company president Frank Fischer for this interview at the 2008 Intergeo conference.
- Software Review: Eagle Point's LandSketch by James White, PLS
- Guest Editorial: Machine Control
What's in it for the surveyor?
- Conference Recap: Culture Clash in the West by Tom Gibson, PE
ACSM and Trimble Dimensions
- Northern Lights: A Test of Will
The trials of surveying in the harsh Candian north.
- Aerial Perspective: Making the Most of Your Digital Data: Part III by Kumar Navulur, PHD
Digital Elevation Models
- Intersect: Initiating the Intersect by Janet Jackson, GISP and Randy Rambeau, Sr., PLS
How do you sell your boss on the need to intersect surveying and GIS?
- Rules of the Game: Griffin's Survey Methods II by Donald A. Wilson, LLS, PLS, RPF, Land Boundary Consultant
Apportionment, the rule of last resort.
- 3D Scanning: Deliverables...with Competitive Advantage by Geoff Jacobs