I recently added a new way for you to snapshot the location of your next jobsite inside the Mobile Rover, called Surveyor's Polaroid. How this works is like this: Next time you are on a jobsite, fire up your mobile device and head to this page on the Mobile Rover. Share your location (don't worry,it is not…Read more →
I am making some major upgrades to the communication channels here on Land Surveyors United, in preparation for the long awaited migration to the new platform. We are almost there, just waiting on 2 final features to come out of sandbox and we'll be all be riding smoooth on the new framework. One of the upgrades that I managed to actually get working over here on this old clunker, is a new version of the…Read more →
So, one of our followers on Facebook posted the following antique surveying instrument to our page asking if anyone knew anything about it. I thought it might be fun to ask the network if they knew anything about it, its history and who made it. Please post anything you know about…Read more →
Survey data Co-coordinate-point export Excel to AutoCAD Download this Excel sheet Format and let me know what you think about it..
Ok guys...this is the moment of truth. At Noon, where you are located, equipped with GPS/GNSS Equipment and having captured the data from your known point, here is where you log your data. We look forward to your submission.
Afterwards,please make the most of your submission by tweeting or sharing your participation using…Read more →
With just a few clicks, you can do amazing things to help promote Survey Earth in a Day tonight and tomorrow on Twitter. We've made it easy for you. Just click and share.
Survey Earth in a Day 3D is a global surveying event, which is open for any professional specializing in the use of survey grade GNSS equipment, and/or the analysis of the resultant data. Our only requirement is that measurements be made…Read more →
HELPING FOR SURVEYORS IN US IAM DOING FROM INDIA
Submitted by vetti raraju on June 19, 2014 at 1:32am — Comment On This...
I just figured out a couple of cool things about the new toolbar on the site and wanted to share these tricks with you all. Of course, you can always simply click any of the apps in the tool bar to open them, but if you'd like to collaborate with other surveyors viewing the same page, here are a few tips on how to do so.
How to open the Surveyor Chat Room from the Address Bar
Surveyor Chat Room App is…Read more →
Submitted by ePalmetto on June 17, 2014 at 2:30pm — Comment On This...
If we cannot think outside our local environment, we become chained to it. We are all chain-breaking for the Future on Land Surveyors United!
International Land Surveyors Week 2014 (June 15-22) is for Land Surveyors in any country on earth to celebrate the value of professional land surveyors in society. This is our 3rd year celebrating this week…Read more →
Social Media Isn't Scary
But it is specific. Support is seriously social. The following tweet from our newest member today Zee Madlala may turn out to be the doorway to success.
Any Surveyors in Africa who want to help a motivated student and fellow surveyor out?…
Submitted by LSU Justin on June 10, 2014 at 6:00pm — Comment On This...
Thursday June 5
2:00pm - 3:00pm (EDT)
11:00am - 12:00pm (PDT)
Where: Online Webinar (…Read more →
Just something interesting that was shared with me on Twitter.
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Submitted by ePalmetto on May 23, 2014 at 9:42pm — Comment On This...
Unable to find a satisfactory job and stuck in a job I hated I finally opened up my own Land Surveying Firm in mid 1992. I was 32 at the time and thought that I knew everything about Land Surveying because of my previous experiences. It goes to show you that ignorance is most often a result of arrogance.
As I look back now I realize that I had no idea at that time what I was doing and I am really uncertain at this point how I managed to…Read more →
we are using PENTAX survey equipment in Sri Lanka.
Submitted by dadallage nishshanka de silva on April 28, 2014 at 8:25pm — Comment On This...
I've been a member of Land Surveyors United since 2008 and I must say it has changed the way I survey, how I find information and how I learn. There are a lot of features on the platform which took me a while to find and understand and one of those is the Advanced Search page. Using this tool you can easily find other members on the network who use the same type of equipment you do. I've made this…Read more →
Following examples are calculated with BestTachySpot.
You may have experienced this before. You are defining a new station and all points with…Read more →
THE NEW POB
The new point of beginning for land surveys is orbiting the earth at 5,000 miles an hour 12 ½ thousand miles up in the stratosphere. That’s correct and I suppose I owe my fellow professional land surveyors an apology for my participation in the changes we have been going through the last 20 years (see the POB cover article attached). The fact of the matter is the PLS’s of this country have had our exclusive provenances invaded by all manor of non-surveyor…Read more →
There is a growing need for accurate land surveying data to be a fundamental requirement for government level geographic information systems. As an example for the USGS National flood inundation mapping science initiative a professional survey level data layer would be of great benefit to help determining exactly which structures in or out of the flood zones. Greetings my name is John W. Veatch. I am a land planner, a professional land development engineer, professional land surveyor,…Read more →
Submitted by J W Veatch on March 12, 2014 at 1:23pm — Comment On This...