Position 101 out now

By on 12 June, 2019

 Issue 101 of Position magazine is on its way to subscribers.

The first cab off the rank since our landmark 100th issue, the current edition of Position will be the first to examine the challenges on the horizon for the surveying and spatial industries in 2019.

We’ll look at the challenges faced by educators and the relationship with industry, and shine a light on some new initiatives to rally the next generation of spatial scientists and surveyors.

Don’t miss our coverage of the agenda-setting juggernaut that was #Locate19, and a detailed rundown of the latest dynamics and debates in the local RPA industry from Jon Fairall.

We examine the ‘web Mercator dilemma’ and the international efforts to overcome it, along with its relationship to the GDA2020 datum.

We’re also treated to an insider’s take on the Australian initiative helping to improve humanitarian response in developing countries while building community around GIS and mapping in local universities.

Subscribe to Position to stay on top of the latest research and maintain the inside line on industry dynamics, technology news and the latest in the ingenious breadth of Australia’s spatial industry.

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