Articles in the Surveying Category

Dec 2019 | No Comment

The Northern Territory (NT) has been able to introduce innovative digital survey and cadastral management for Land Administration….

Aug 2019 | No Comment

We can learn and accomplish a great deal when female land intermediaries work hand-in-hand with chartered surveyors

Emem Isang

Women In Surveying (WIS), Nigeria

Anne Girardin

Cadasta, USA

Madaleine Weber

Cadasta, USA

Land administration is generally the responsibility of governments. But in emerging economies, the lack of financial and human resources prevent many governments from building and maintaining comprehensive land registries and …

May 2019 | No Comment

Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is emerging to become a common tool in the geoscience field as it is usable across different field to cover a large-scale area with minimal cost…

Apr 2019 | No Comment

Traditionally the surveying profession contributed to the good of society by creating and maintaining highly precise and accurate geospatial data bases, based on an in-depth knowledge of spatial reference frameworks. Furthermore in many countries…

Mar 2019 | No Comment

Finland is a European hub for mineral exploration and mine development. Nickel, zinc, copper, chrome and gold form Finland’s most significant metal mineral resources. Metal, industrial mineral, and rock mines can be…

Dec 2018 | No Comment

This study explores the existing CORS network particularly the Greater Accra CORS to know the extent of its usage for GPS surveys in Ghana and to determine its usefulness in ensuring uniform and homogenous data collection

Surv. Sebastian Botsyo (MGhIS)

Ghana School of Surveying and Mapping, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana


Geomatic Engineer, Volta River Authority, Ghana


Senior …

Dec 2018 | No Comment

A digital ledger is a geographically distributed database that is shared and synchronized across a network by consensus of the network participants…

Oct 2018 | No Comment

The world is going digital. Advancements in technology and an evolving society are coupling to mean it is fast becoming the norm to provide and consume information digitally. Local and central governments are reacting…

Aug 2018 | No Comment

The purpose of this paper is to conduct the evaluation of the object detection using sonar and geophysical methods. Increasing interest in maritime archaeology has led to a growing need for measuring techniques or innovative methods..

Aug 2018 | No Comment

Paddy is the third largest crop planted in Malaysia after oil palm and rubber. According to Paddy Statistics of Malaysia 2014 reported by Malaysian Department of Agriculture, nearly 679 239 hectares of land planted with paddy in Malaysia.