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Sunday, February 24th, 2008

Is This the Year Laser Scanners Take the Lead from GPS?

In my first column, Survey/CAD/GIS Integration – It’s About Time!, posted back in November 2007, I peeked into the crystal ball and wishfully saw a future where we would have a  three-way integration of GIS, CAD and survey data for seamless “field to finish” solutions.  I’m still very keen on that topic, but these days,

Sunday, November 25th, 2007

Survey/CAD/GIS Integration – It’s About Time!

The integration of CAD and GIS has moved from a trendy topic for early adopters only to a mainstream reality. Equally encouraging has been the acceptance and practice of integrating GIS with survey data. We’ve come a long way baby, especially when it comes the CAD vs. GIS scene.