5 Myths and 5 Realities of BIM-GIS Integration

5 Myths and 5 Realities of BIM-GIS Integration Chris Andrews  in a posting at ESRI on 3D GIS suggest that  “Advancements in storage, compute and the distribution of data on the internet will enable BIM-GIS integration to bring tremendous value to engineering project delivery and asset management and operations for built infrastructure and the managed…

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Add South African and Namibian toposheets as XYZ tiles to QGIS

Add South African and Namibian toposheets as XYZ tiles to QGIS   For those who work in QGIS on property applications, boundary determination , prospecting or mining  rights applications and plans and environmental applications – Thanks to generous work done at openstreet maps  there are freely available XYZ tilesets for South Africa and Namibia 1:50…

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Welcome 2109 with partial eclipse of the Moon

Welcome all to 2109 The year starts with a rare cosmic gesture – on the Night of 20/21 January we will have a super moon which will end with a partial eclipse of the moon starting at 4:30 am. https://www.space.com/42976-blood-moon-lunar-eclipse-2019-coming-soon.html   – – – – – – – – – – – – – –…

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New Technologies Driving Change in the Geospatial Industries

New Technologies Driving Change in the Geospatial Industries

Welcome to today’s workshop on new technologies and forces that are driving change in the Geospatial industries. As an introduction to today’s presentations, I thought I might raise  some ideas, concepts  and conversation starters about technology, the pace at which it is evolving and how we as a profession can and should  be embracing, what…

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