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Big Data Is Reinventing Construction Surveying

Big Data Is Reinventing Construction Surveying

The construction sector was not among the early adopters of big data technology. However, many entities within it are getting on board with using it — particularly for surveying. Construction professionals know the importance of making accurate calculations and staying under budget. However, even the most experienced people among them can’t notice every bit of

New Methods for Invert Measurement

New Methods for Invert Measurement

The Old Method Invert data can generally be collected on structures through direct vertical measurements such as using a box tape or measuring rod, but these methods do not generally work on recessed or hard to reach structures such as pipes, drop inlets, catch basins and many other drainage structures. These methods lead to estimations,

Visual Positioning Innovation Gives GNSS RTK Surveying a Powerful Efficiency Boost

Visual Positioning Innovation Gives GNSS RTK Surveying a Powerful Efficiency Boost

From Pure Surveying Insights A groundbreaking new GNSS RTK rover has wide-reaching implications for the surveying profession and other applications that require fast, precise measurement. Manufactured by Leica Geosystems, a Hexagon company, the new Leica GS18 I smart antenna combines the calibration-free tilt compensation capabilities of the pioneering Leica GS18 T rover with first-of-its-kind survey-grade visual

4 Construction Hazards to Avoid This Summer

4 Construction Hazards to Avoid This Summer

The construction sector comes with inherent hazards — some of which are more likely to happen during the summer. Here are some of the most prevalent dangers to stay on alert for during that season: 1. Heat Exhaustion Excessive exposure to hot weather can become dangerous, especially if the heat makes the body temperature rise

What Construction Technology Is Disrupting the Jobsite?

What Construction Technology Is Disrupting the Jobsite?

Historically, the construction industry has tended to lag behind in adopting new tech. Right now, however, the sector seems to be on the verge of rapid digitalization. Construction companies are adopting a variety of new technologies. Some of this tech is remote — like internet of things (IoT) sensors and autonomous vehicles — that allow companies to

Tersus Introduces BX40C RTK Board, A Compact GNSS Board with Full Constellation Tracking

Tersus Introduces BX40C RTK Board, A Compact GNSS Board with Full Constellation Tracking

Press Release Shanghai, June 3, 2020 – Tersus GNSS Inc. (Tersus) announced the release of the BX40C RTK Board to support its series of GNSS boards and provide high accuracy, fast positioning services. Powered by new Tersus ExtremeRTK™ GNSS Technology, the BX40C Board can support multi-constellation and multi-frequency all-in-view satellite tracking. “Tersus has been proud of

How to Market Foundation Surveys

How to Market Foundation Surveys

Foundation surveying is critical for homeowners who want to keep track of how their home’s foundation is performing. It’s also beneficial for those who need to prepare for major additions or who may have to prove their home’s foundation has settled. However, you may have found that marketing your services is trickier than you would

China Sends Surveyors to Mt. Everest Due to COVID-19 Lockdown

China Sends Surveyors to Mt. Everest Due to COVID-19 Lockdown

Spring climbing was canceled by China and Nepal on their respective sides of Mount Everest to prevent infections due to the coronavirus pandemic. This opened up a huge opportunity for the Chinese Ministry of National Resources to deploy a 53-member team to conduct a survey to determine the mountain’s current height and natural resources. On-Mountain

POB Magazine Moves To New Pay-To-Play Model

POB Magazine Moves To New Pay-To-Play Model

Traditional Formats For decades, printed trade magazines focusing on the surveying profession have been free. In exchange for filling out a simple survey (see what I did there?), any surveyor or aspiring surveyor could get a free subscription to one of these magazines. The magazines were funded by advertisers so that those of us on

The Most Ridiculous Thing Ever

The Most Ridiculous Thing Ever

Move It or Lose It An Ohio man says local officials cut a building in half to end a property dispute with him. It happened in Ruggles Township following a complaint by Brett Galloway, who contends township officials constructed a building that was partly on his property. “It is pretty much the most ridiculous thing ever,”

Programs for Students Should Include Surveying Career Option

Programs for Students Should Include Surveying Career Option

Do you have a program in your area that allows high school students to learn more about their future career choices? If so, is surveying being represented as an interesting choice? TradeUp! is a great example of just such a program located in Washington State. In order to grow the profession and bring in new

Canadian Supreme Court Deems Government Owns Copyright to Surveys

Canadian Supreme Court Deems Government Owns Copyright to Surveys

Registered survey plans — mapped designs filed with government that outline boundaries of property — are copyrighted by the Crown, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Thursday. The government can hand out and charge for copies, and no money goes back to the surveyors who created the plans. The questions in this case were about