Dear David c. Garcelon,
What you have written about Mr. Henry david thoreau,s biography, is absolutely correct.Good surveyor is unsung hero.We are the surveyor not getting respect that much even though we are the back bone of project.I think your written highly appreciate by all of us member.
Thank you for valuable writing.
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Submitted by TUHIN MUKHERJEE on September 19, 2018 at 11:30pm — Comment On This...
Surveyor Community Update
Many if not most land surveyors are constantly on the run. …Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on October 17, 2018 at 2:12pm — Comment On This...
Selective Availability: the intentional degradation of the timing and position information transmitted by a GPS satellite
PDOP: (the position dilution of precision); describes the amount of error due to the geographic position of the GPS satellites.…Read more →
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Next week we are going to try something new on the SurveyingJobs page for Land Surveyors who are looking for employment. We will allow a select few to broadcast live to this page and tell recruiters and companies their…Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on September 26, 2018 at 5:49pm — Comment On This...
Now that I am a retired surveyor I may spend more time thinking about my garden than thinking about surveying. But I still find some topics interesting. You may see a response from me once in a while if I think there is something I can add. Mostly I will lurk because I do not ponder new technology. New…Read more →
Education both on and off the field is an integral part of being a land surveyor- you can't stop learning. Everyday presents a new opportunity to both share your experiences and learn from examples left by others -become better surveyors, together. We hope the next generation will improve the surveying profession but first we must help them understand what it is and its history. Technical training and Scholarships might just be the key to gaining the attention of the next generation.…Read more →
Yesterday we celebrated Middle Eastern Land Surveyors Day and with great success, a lot of content has been shared from your fellow surveyors! Today we traverse to Oceania, where our fellow surveyors will be sharing surveying stories and photos/videos inside…Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on June 24, 2018 at 5:30am — Comment On This...
Yesterday we celebrated South American Land Surveyors Day and with great success, a lot of content has been shared from your fellow surveyors! Today we traverse to Middle East, where our fellow surveyors will be sharing surveying stories and photos/videos…Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on June 23, 2018 at 6:00am — Comment On This...
Yesterday we celebrated Survey Earth in a Day 7 and submissions are still coming in!
Welcome to day 6 of International Surveyors Week and South American Land Surveyors Day! Let’s ignite the profession of Land Surveying in…Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on June 22, 2018 at 6:00am — Comment On This...
The new crowdsourced International Surveying Jobs Board is unlike any other jobs board you'll come across. It regularly pulls in available jobs from other sites but it also allows members to post available jobs both on other sites as well as as a standard job posting, at no cost.…Read more →
Yesterday we celebrated European Land Surveyors Day and a LOT of posts are coming in that we will share with you all next week in compilation.…Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on June 21, 2018 at 12:00am — Comment On This...
Tomorrow (June 21st) is the BIG DAY for Land Surveyors, worldwide. Not only is it Day 5 of International Surveyors Week, it is Survey Earth in a Day 7 and an ideal opportunity for surveyors of the world to UNITE in order to inspire the next generation and promote a better public understanding of how…Read more →
Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on June 20, 2018 at 9:14pm — Comment On This...
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International Land Surveyors Week 2018 (June 17-23) is for Land Surveyors in any country on earth to celebrate the value of professional land surveyors in society.…Read more →
Yesterday we celebrated North American Surveyors Day and submissions are still coming in!
Welcome to day 3 of International Surveyors Week and…Read more →
Welcome to Africa Land Surveyors Day! Let’s ignite the profession of Land Surveying in countries of Africa by introducing yourself inside the forum of your local hub.
Each group hub has a forum. Start a discussion and tell us why you love land surveying so much....share photos and videos and we’ll share your posts!…
Yesterday we celebrated Africa Surveyors Day and submissions are still coming in!
Welcome to day 2 of International Surveyors Week and North American Land Surveyors Day! Let’s ignite the profession of…Read more →
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Submitted by ⚡Survenator⌁ on June 4, 2018 at 9:40am — Comment On This...
One of the typical survey method for determining station's points and survey details has been the traverse method. There have been considerable discussions on the way to "adjust" angles and distances and lot of rules of thumb while rigorous Least Squares Adjustment softwares are available anywhere.
I would say "too much" talks and controversial exchanges for a method that is simply not appropriated anymore considering modern instruments. Long traverses (geodetic) have been…Read more →
Submitted by Joel van Cranenbroeck on January 27, 2018 at 11:29am — Comment On This...