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!…
I was checking out Vine earlier today thinking of a few ways to integrate social media outside of Land Surveyors United into the day and found some pretty cool short videos of land surveyors doing what they do best and figured I would try to embed a few as a test in the site. Turn the sound on to hear what they are saying in each.…
I am a surveyor and I spent a lot of time to do surveys with my dad. Then I asked myself, why not speed things up? we have many daily electronic tools, why not use them?
That's why I decided to develop Surveyor…Read more →
Happy National Surveyors Week 2015 Everyone!
The purpose of …Read more →
Submitted by amir shahbaz on March 12, 2015 at 6:30am — Comment On This...
Survey Earth in a Day Event which occurs in mid June is a time for celebrating the land surveying profession and global surveying culture, worldwide.For those who are new to the community this year, SEIAD is when surveyors around the world simultaneously gather GNSS/GPS data from a known point near their location and submit it to the network, which we then plot on a map. This year, being our 4th year for…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.
Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
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Below is a link to the first of four different whitepapers on the current state of land surveying technology, and how CDIS (first published in Professional Surveyor several years ago) will replace CAD as the core engine for surveying in the future. Previously only SiteComp (Land Innovation) adopted CDIS, but its user interfaces, graphic output, and tagged intelligence did not take full advantage of it's potential.
The link to the whitepaper is:…Read more →
The following story is fictional and any resemblance to actual events is purely coincidental.
Land Surveyor named Indiana Jones
One day I was sitting in my office in Downtown Houston around 5:00 pm in the afternoon in 2001 when the phone rang. My secretary had already left and I was not anxious to answer it. I had a…Read more →
CHAIN! The weakest link (in the chain)
by: Deward “Karl” Bowles,
Texas RPLS no. 4966
Certain magazines (trade magazines) have purported to represent the current interests of our profession by exposing Land Surveyors to new technologies and philosophies regarding our industry. These magazines have been around for decades in many cases.
These so…Read more →
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While surveying is often enjoyable and rewarding work, the conditions and sites where we do our land surveying work often are full of life-threatening hazards. Maintaining your safety or your field crew’s safety as they…Read more →
Submitted by Eric Colburn on October 14, 2014 at 11:00am — Comment On This...
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Hi, this is Eric Colburn and for myself, Datumate and Colburn Strategic Partners I invite you to this free webinar on the Revolution of Surveying with Regular…
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 →