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Engineering Surveying Showcase is a unique window into the expertise and applications for the geospatial engineering aspects of Geomatics. Traditionally used in the construction sector, the skills and technology today are finding an expanding range of applications.
Now in its second decade of publication, Showcase's mission is:
Download the latest technical specs on GNSS Receivers
Download the latest technical specs on Total Stations
Download the Latest Showcase Software Comparison Table
Due to pressure on printed space, Showcase now excludes detailed tables of GNSS receivers and Total Stations. You can read Richard Groom's overview of both total stations and GNSS in the printed edition of Engineering Surveying Showcase, 2011 - Issue One.
Past tables and charts are available to subscribers in our Online Showcase Archive, which includes the current and past issues of Showcase for subscribers to view. Showcase Online requires a password. If you are already a subscriber, an RICS member or IIS member receiving Geomatics World, you can go to our archives and follow a simple login process.
What's in the latest issue
What the editor says about the Autumn issue
Showcase seeks to raise awareness of technologies and techniques amongst both surveyors and other professionals who are end users of engineering or geomatics surveyors services and their technologies.
Don't miss our range of informative articles and casestudies, "Fresh from the Market" pages on the latest industry product releases as well as the Technical Services Chart detailing our classified advertisers' key competencies and services.
Rail: non-contact measurement techniquesMethods of monitoring railway infrastructure that offer a safer and better solution.
Tunnel VisionA laser scanner has been helping archaeologists capture an ancient rail tunnel.
Unmanned Aircraft - technology taking offAn introduction to our 8-page feature on UAVs.
A day in the life of. . .A typical busy day in the life of an eBee UAV pilot.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: useable survey tools?Applications, advantages and limitations.
UAVs: Suppliers, Operators, SoftwareCheck out our detailed listings of the specialists.
BIM at workRICS is using BIM to model its London headquarters.
Laser scanning and sonar combinedAn ingenious offshore project combines sensors.
Software: the brains behind the blingRichard Groom introduces this issue's Software for Geomatics feature.