New issue of Position out now

By on 25 August, 2020

The August/September issue of Position magazine is on its way to subscribers.

This special issue takes a deep dive into a technology that is making waves in the industry – Digital Twins. Touted as the business transformation tool of the next decade, we look into whether a BIM model on steroids can live up to the hype.

Also, we feature an exclusive Q&A with Professor Mike Coffin, who earlier this year led a voyage on the RV Investigator that may change the course of history. Its findings will certainly change our understanding of the geological history of our continent and may influence the boundaries of Australia’s marine estate.

Additionally, UNSW’s John Trinder brings us an object lesson in the application of geospatial techniques to evaluated ecosystem service values by way of a detailed analysis of urban green space in Wuhan and western Sydney, with a similarly detailed report on surveying the world’s steepest street from Toby Stoff.

Finally, we salute a giant of Australian surveying, Earl James, with a series of his significant recollections following the release of his memoirs, FIG and Me.

All this and more can be found in the August/September edition of Position magazine – keep an eye out for it in your mailbox, or subscribe here.

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