June 2011 Blog Posts (5)

Land Surveying Related Patents

Searching google patents for "land surveying" can be an interesting adventure.  You'll find that there have been so many great ideas over the years by land surveyors hoping to change the way they work, get better results or just invent something the world has never seen before.  Below are a few of the more interesting land surveying related patents that I found.

Remote controlled land surveying assistance device for path response …

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Submitted by Jaybird on June 28, 2011 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

problem in setting out

what is the limitation of total station during lay out of  a building? why it some time shows error in lay out  thought it does not show any error in orientation.( in respect of two well known point).present lay out llocation does not match with previous ( error limitation -10-50mm)…

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Submitted by prithwish on June 20, 2011 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

Land Surveying Industry Belongs To Surveyors- Stake Your Claim


Staying On Top!

An extremely exciting announcement goes out today about the new way that activity and discussions on Land Surveyors United works.  When on the…

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Submitted by Jaybird on June 15, 2011 at 6:09pm — 1 Comment

"GPS stations can detect clandestine nuclear tests"

Interesting article about GPS stations - CORS.

Even underground nuclear tests leave their mark on the part of the upper atmosphere known as the ionosphere, the researchers discovered, when they examined GPS data recorded the same day as a North Korean nuclear test in 2009. Within minutes on that day, GPS stations in…

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Submitted by Ignacio Garcia on June 8, 2011 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

Still no surveying jobs

Had an interview last week with DEI in Phoenix.  It was a good  meeting, one of the best I've had since 2008.  However, its still another case of being too expensive - they can't afford much in benefits, no healthcare coverage, and cannot guarantee 40 hrs/wk.  Since I have a regular steady job (which I cannot stand), its a huge risk to go back into surveying to support my family.

I'm growing weary of the wait for the recovery to happen in Arizona.

I see new houses under…

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Submitted by Phil Fedor on June 8, 2011 at 11:02am — 3 Comments

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