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Archive for April, 2009

Construction, Civil, Survey and GIS Converge to Define Positioning

Project: Road improvement – in the heart of the city – high traffic Goals: Optimal traffic detour strategy, productive construction and avoid delays such as damaged utility systems This scenario is commonplace.  How can multiple technologies and professional disciplines converge to address this and other tasks with accuracy, efficiency and productivity while providing less cost [...]

April 19, 2009 in Randy's Blog
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The first thing I do when building data

In my last article, I brought up what I consider to be an important point for anyone who builds data. Since it was not the focus of the article, I brought it up in passing. I would like to dwell on it for a moment here. The first thing that I do when I get a [...]

April 15, 2009 in Chad's Posts
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The Money is Starting to Flow

ABC news reported today:  “ …, President Barack Obama, Transportation Department Secretary Ray LaHood and Vice President Joe Biden will announce approval for a $68 million highway project in Michigan — a project that marks the 2,000th transportation project funded by stimulus money.” Over the last couple weeks I have been watching our News section [...]

April 13, 2009 in Paul's Blog
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I was there for Disco too

When I’m rocking on the front porch in years to come, I thought I could always tell the next generation, “I was there for Disco” That was until GPS came around. Now I got a real story! So let’s do a reality check, and look at what we have in the world of Technology. Business [...]

April 6, 2009 in Marco's Posts
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Landfills – A source of Energy & candidate for 3D Machine Control

The decomposition of organic material deposited into a  landfill results in the production of methane and other gases.  Landfill gas (LFG) typically is made up of 50 percent methane and 50 percent carbon dioxide. (Jeremy Williams)  Collection of these gases have been the focus of many agencies. In Greenville County, South Carolina, the Enoree Landfill [...]

April 1, 2009 in Randy's Blog
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