Read online: Position #89 now available in digital

By on 21 August, 2017

The June/July issue of Position magazine is now available free online. Position magazine is the only ANZ-wide independent publication for the spatial and surveying sectors.

#89 is a diverse issue, covering topics ranging from augmented reality to bio-security.

Feature stories

German innovation

A tradition of innovation for more than 50 years.

 

Q&A with Dr Walter Scott

The founder of DigitalGlobe chats about machine learning and starting a business.

The next big step: AR

Augmented reality represents a real addition for built environment professionals.

WynLENS

A deep dive into holographic technology for visualising city changes.

What’s the planet’s population today?

Bringing together data from around the world to create the ultimate census.

A climate of change

The world is growing hungier by the minute. Is precision ag the solution we need?

Welcoming the return of an old friend

One of Australia’s largest geospatial events returns this august.

Grapes and geofences

The smart tech protecting South Australia’s billion-dollar wine industry.

Locate17 and Digital Earth

A surveyor’s insights on the national event of the year.

Out now in print

Position August/September issue #90 is currently available through print subscription only. In this most recent issue we explore the power of real-time data in the face of a cyclone, the future of drone delivery services, and deciphering Australia’s move to earth-fixed datum and what spatial professionals need to know.

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Coming soon

Issue #91 is underway and will deliver insights on intelligent planning, the challenges of sub-sea cable installation, and the evolution of professional land surveying.

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