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Finding the good news in the bad

COVID-19 has killed millions and devastated economies.  However, surveyors are among the best placed to weather the storm, help those in difficulty and plan for the future.

 
 
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Near real-time global 3D radar is on the horizon

 

Passive microwave soundings combined with land- and satellite-based observation and measurement data can create a full volumetric view of weather from the Earth’s surface to the troposphere. David Gallaher looks at the potentially life-saving applications

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The new spatially aware normal

 

The coronavirus means we all need to be aware where everyone is, says Alistair Maclenan. Fortunately, there’s an app for that. In the ‘new normal’, we will all be spatially aware, either through choice or by diktat.

 
 
 

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Made to measure

 

GeoConnexion talks to Myzox President, Hiroki Mizoguchi, to find out how Japan’s leading provider of survey accessories is measuring-up to modern-day challenges
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In Depth

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An app store for Big Data

 

Ingo Simonis reports on an OGC initiative to make using Big Data as easy as downloading an app from a store
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Mapping the message

 

While maps can deliver complex information in a simplified, easily digestible form, Seppe Cassettari suggests that more work is needed to ensure they convey clear messages in a rapidly unfolding pandemic
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It never rains but it pours!

 

A warmer world means more intense rainfall, not least in the British Isles where some five million people could be exposed to increased flooding by 2080. Tom Telford reports on a promising development that will help manage that risk
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Volume 19 - Issue 4