Position magazine #83 is out now

By on 12 July, 2016


The June/July issue of Position magazine is out now. Issue #83 examines GIS in local government as well as utilities- and the increasingly vital role that spatial technology will play servicing community needs.

An article by Gaby van Wyk highlights the critical value that GIS played in aiding Fiji back to recovery following the devastation of Tropical Cyclone Winston earlier in the year.

Advancements in reality capture a set to transform many areas of the sector. This was highlighted in Position #83 by an article focussing on aerial surveying specialists AEROmetrex, who are using photo-reality capture to create high-accuracy 3D models for every Australian capital city.

Position #83 also highlighted the winners of the 2016 industry awards and the whirlwind tour of excellence and innovation that was Locate16.

To keep updated on what is happening in the surveying and spatial information sectors right now, be sure to subscribe to Position magazine. Issue #83 will also become available digitally in the coming weeks.

Our previous issue of Position magazine is currently available for reading through the free online platform. Position #82 was included a Q&A is Tomnod founder Luke Barrington, the first details announced about PSMA’s innovative new dataset, Geoscape and a special features on both RPAS and BIM. To read Position #82 online for free please click here.

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Advertising bookings and editorial contributions for the August/September Position will close this week. To participate in this issue or the October/November issue, please refer to the Media Kit or contact editor Anthony Wallace, awallace@intermedia.com.au.


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