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Monday, January 2nd, 2012

CloverPoint Morphs with Geospatial Trends to Deliver Cutting-Edge Technology

CloverPoint is a British Columbia-based company that has been delivering a number of geospatial and web development products and services to a wide variety of clients since 1992. V1 editor Matt Ball spoke with Jeff Warwick, president and CEO, about the evolution that the company has undergone and about their new alliance with Autodesk to

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Survey Performance From Robotic Total Stations to GNSS

There are few suppliers today that provide a full range of surveying technology ranging from robotic total stations through to GNSS for surveying instruments – GeoMax is one of them. The company aims to deliver a price-to-performance advantage. Asian Surveying and Mapping editor Jeff Thurston interviewed Alois Geierlehner, business director at GeoMax to learn more about

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

LIDAR Opportunities Abound as the Technology Takes Off

LIDAR data collection has a number of advantages related to the realism and precision that it provides, along with the speed of collection. As software continues to catch up with data collection, all new applications are emerging. V1 editor Matt Ball spoke with Alastair MacDonald, conference chairman of ILMF2012 about some of these application and

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Connecting the Dots Between Surveying & GIS

The relationship between surveying and geographic information systems (GIS) is integral for the development of most spatial data applications. Accuracy and precision in measurement matter. While the numbers and types of surveying related tools for measurment has grown, they in turn must interoperate with GIS, empowering applications to deliver results. ASM editor Jeff Thurston interviewed Brent

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

Performance From Robotic Total Stations to GNSS

ASM Magazine: At INTERGEO recently, we had the opportunity to see the new GeoMax products. Can you briefly explain some of the main new features in some of the products? AG: We’ve been introducing during the INTERGEO our new robotic Total Station as well as our two new GNSS RTK systems beside new products for

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

The National Broadband Map Sets the Standard for Open Map Sharing

The National Broadband Map was created by the Federal Communications Commission and contractors under guidance from the National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA). With a seven-month timeline, this project posed many challenges. Not only did this project meet this tight deadline, it delivered an unprecedented product in terms of its performance and openness for other software

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Trimble’s Unified Geospatial Division Sets the Pace

A series of acquisitions and a new unified purpose within Trimble’s GeoSpatial Division have caught the eyes of many. Mobile mapping, aerial imaging, photogrammetry and laser scanning are now integrated toward a common goal. With a capability to supplement these areas with high quality positioning and navigation data, the company is at the forefront. Asian Surveying

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

Deutsch GIS: Delivering at INTERGEO

Esri Deutschland has long been involved in geographic information systems (GIS), providing software, consulting and training throughout Germany.  Jeff Thurston, editor at V1 Magazine interviewed Gerd Buziek, Director Communications & Public Affairs at Esri Deutschland to learn about the company and some of the ongoing work across the country as INTERGEO 2011 took place in Nuremburg. 

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Vizzuality Helps Scientists Share their Stories

Vizzuality is an open source software company that has been doing interesting projects related to biodiversity and global environmental change. V1 editor Matt Ball met with founder Javier de la Torre at the recent FOSS4G event in Denver, and discussed various projects and approaches for visualization, crowdsourcing, citizen science, and the future of modeling and

Monday, August 15th, 2011

European Environment Agency Embraces Sensors and Systems

The European Environment Agency is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating environmental policy for 32 member countries in the European Union. As part of their mandate, they look closely at adapting environmental governance due to our rapidly changing world. V1 editor Matt Ball spoke with Jacqueline McGlade, executive director of this agency, at the recent

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