Management of road networks and its associated assets is a huge task for all transportation agencies around the world. The traditional ways of collection of data was time consuming and the productivity of the staff was at the best average. With the advent of new technologies like Mobile LiDAR Mapping, the…Read more →
Submitted by Nilna on April 22, 2016 at 5:36am — Comment On This...
Have you ever wondered how to get to the Top of the Google Search Results for land surveying? Well here's a sure fire way to do it. AND, it's free. All it takes is a little time and a little reading.
I know you've all seen a Google Results page for a search. But, let me explain the 3 major parts to that page:
1. PPC Ads - where you spend money to get top placement. You pay for each click.
2.…Read more →
Submitted by J Keith Maxwell on April 21, 2016 at 5:29pm — Comment On This...
One of my recent posts on LinkedIn got a lot of views and likes. Thought you guys might enjoy it also. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/wth-why-hell-am-i-working-11pm-j-keith-maxwell?trk=mp-author-card
I may try to do some more WTH articles.
This was originally a paper I wrote for my Systems Thinking in Sustainability class which i believe converted nicely into a post. It discusses the role of the land surveyor and the sustainability expert to society. The general lack of public awareness about these important roles and how they are similar. I value your feedback. …Read more →
Memories from presidential election years in the USA remind me it is a difficult time to be a surveyor. It seems nobody wants to start a new project until they have a plan for the future. With the election process up in the air it is hard for most people to predict the future of our national government.
When it was up to me to be sure the company survived our decision was to hunker down and survive the year by chasing projects outside the normal flow of work. I remember…Read more →
Remote sensing is a vital system to acquire information of earth resources and environment. Remotely sensed images comprise of spectral, spatial and temporal resolution. The introduction of High-resolution satellite imagery is projected to reduce cost for medium and small scale…Read more →
Submitted by Nilna on March 29, 2016 at 3:16am — Comment On This...
Happy Birthday Land Surveyors United…Read more →
If you are in the United States or have been looking for a surveying job using our one click Craigslist surveying jobs extraction system, you may be happy to know that this is the international version. Good Luck Hunting!…Read more →
I recently published this article on LinkedIn.
Let me know what you think.
I am looking a good and big survey projects in india or outside of India..Having good capacity to execute...
Submitted by Vishal on January 29, 2016 at 3:44pm — Comment On This...
Just a quick note to let you all know that as we start to say goodbye to this old platform, I have added one last awesome feature to the network, which you can find on the home page. This should make it much simpler to post your burning questions, introductions and stories... Enjoy!…Read more →
If you ever thought experience doesn't pay (and why would you?) you'd be wrong. Take a look at this graph. Entry-level workers have 0-2 years of work experience and require on-the-job supervision, while Fully Competent workers have many years of experience and require no supervision. You can learn a lot right here.…Read more →
Join Eric Colburn, PLS - The Geo+Business Innovator - for this intensive webinar on how to use AutoCAD Civil 3D Point Groups. This…Read more →
Submitted by Eric Colburn on December 21, 2015 at 4:00pm — Comment On This...
hi friends i need entry level surveyor job.
i have done my masters in geo-spatial science and technology from Indian institute of surveying & mapping, survey of India. so provide me small entry level job
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Submitted by Deddy Priatna on October 19, 2015 at 7:19pm — Comment On This...
This happened over 25 years ago but I still remember it.
When I was an instrument man for a small surveying firm, I was new, young, and being trained by the party chief that had twenty years of field experience and was quite the outdoorsman. It was very hot outside, and we were way out in the county surveying a large tract of land. I had a good set up and the party chief was about 300 feet ahead of me with a prism pole. The rodman, who was also new on the job, had stayed back…Read more →
Submitted by Rob Powell on October 15, 2015 at 3:08pm — Comment On This...