- Editor's Desk: Can Do, Will Do
- Feature: A Strategic Shift to Ship Scanning
A surveying firm based in the United Kingdom leverages its terrestrial 3D scanning and modeling expertise into a new market: marine and shipping applications.
- Feature: Hydrographic Research and Development
Extraordinary—yet mostly unseen—innovations continue to shape the tools surveyors use on water and land: innovations in science and engineering for hydrography, oceanography, robotics, and global navigation and positioning; these support defense and environmental research as well as oil, gas, and mineral exploration.
- Feature: Low-tech Field? Think Again.
A Phoenix-based landscaping company tries mobile mapping to collect “big data” quickly for a plant density study. Their high-tech solutions illustrate the increasing importance of spatial data management for everyone.
- Rules of the Game: Coordinates as Boundary Evidence
- Northern Lights: Mining the 55th Parallel
- Web Waypoints: Databased Mapping
- LTE: Letters to the Editor