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WVSPS Thwart Theives

Something You May Be Interested In – April 26, 2018

Surveyors Turn to Technology to Thwart Thieves Re-share from The American Surveyor – April 2018. In the wake of a quick theft, Georgia surveyors are able to use the tracking technology included on their rented Trimble S7 robotic total station to help locate, and eventually regain, their stolen equipment. http://www.amerisurv.com/PDF/TheAmericanSurveyor_CarberWhite-ThwartingThieves_April2018.pdf

POB Market Research

Something You May Be Interested In – April 16, 2018

2018 3D Surveying Trends: 3D Models and Point Clouds Top 3D Use POB’s annual study shows 3D modeling and point clouds are the leading uses for 3D surveying tools From the Point of Beginning Annual Study, this week we take a look at the top 3D surveying trends. How doRead More

Fairmont SciTech

Fairmont State to Offer Associate’s Degree in Surveying & Geomatics

Fairmont State looks to join an elite group of institutions offering an Associate’s of Science degree in Surveying & Geomatics Engineering Technology (SGET). Available in Fall 2018, the College of Science and Technology will offer a suite of courses designed to ready students for the field or to further their coursework.Read More

Call for Newsletter Content

The next issue of The West Virginia Surveyor will be published in May. Please send your news, articles, and surveying-related photos via email directly to John Porter, Editor of the WVSPS Newsletter, at wvsurveyor@frontier.com. You can even receive PDHs for writing articles (1 PDH per hour spent writing, up to 10 perRead More

Something You May Be Interested In – March 8, 2018

Surveyors: Stand up and be heard Signals of opportunity: Holy Grail or a waste of time? Geospatial Big Data

Something You May Be Interested In – February 15, 2018

Unmistakable Marks: Part performance and easements examined Mapping degraded lands with applied geospatial knowledge Research Online: Monitoring of wide-area oscillations in presence of GPS spoofing attacks

Something You May Be Interested In – February 8, 2018

NCEES Reduces Survey License Exam Fee Specialized Sensors Perform in Extreme Environments Ask an artificially intelligent question… Now Deemed a “New Start,” GPS IIIF May Face More Delays New Direction for MAPPS The Role of Geospatial Data in Building America’s Infrastructure

Something You May Be Interested In – February 1, 2018

GIS has become Ubiquitous How Effective Are Signal Quality Monitoring Techniques Shifting Ground: GNSS for Earthquakes What is “geospatially smart” and why does it matter?

Something You May Be Interested In – January 25, 2018

Surveyor’s Footsteps: Value Those Survey Relics H.R. 4033, National Geologic Mapping Act Reauthorization Act Presidential Executive Order on Streamlining and Expediting Requests to Locate Broadband Facilities in Rural America

Something You May Be Interested In – January 18, 2018

The Business Side: Where Have the Loyal Customers Gone? Federal Procurement Law & Natural Disasters OFFSHORE SEISMIC SURVEYS: Additional Guidance Needed to Help Ensure Timely Reviews SMALL BUSINESS CONTRACTING: SBA Efforts May Clarify the Assignment of Industry Codes, and Most Code Appeals Were Dismissed

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