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Mike Swain, 23 Nov 2017
Three familiar themes emerged from the RICS Telecoms conference 2017 – connectivity, community and collaboration. Mike Swain, Editor of the Land Journal reports.
26 Mar 2018
The Secretary of State for Education, Damien Hinds, has given final approval for a Geospatial Technician Apprenticeship. The funding band has now been approved meaning it is now ready for delivery.
08 Jun 2017
Our industry is on a digital journey; as technologies emerge then new surveying disciplines will need to evolve. Charlton Bland, Geomatics Consultant at Atkins and current Planning and Development RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year, discusses two ways they are advancing delivery to clients.
James Kavanagh MRICS, 12 Jan 2018
How many times have you noticed high tech surveying instruments in various urban and underground locations? Whizzing around at set time intervals and measuring to millimetre accuracy any potential ‘movement’? Probably not at all - which is the way it should be.
18 Aug 2017
The world of valuation extends far beyond the land we walk and live on, in fact, it extends right out to sea. Meet Captain Ed Geary FRICS, chartered surveyor, maritime enthusiast and valuer of some of the world’s most elaborate ships, both above and below the sea.
Stephanie Bentley, 14 Jul 2017
It’s estimated that there are 2.4 million pieces of Facebook content and 227K tweets shared every minute. This is beginning to have geopolitical consequences, with recent election campaigns perhaps acting as the one of the most pertinent illustrations of this. This huge increase in the availability of data is changing the way we do things, from politics to policy.
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