The American Surveyor Magazine – April 2007, Vol.4 No.3 – Table of Contents

Editorial:
Rendezvous in Winston-Salem
By Marc Cheves, LS
 
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Point to Point:
Our Role in Machine Control
By Joel Leininger, LS
 
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Surveyors Report:
Our Uncertain Future
By Chris Ambourn, LS

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The Future of Surveying All Over Again
Take a close-up look at Trimble’s new VX instrument.
By Angus W. Stocking, LS

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Woodward’s Ice Bar
Accuracy on ice – detailing early-day methods of measuring base lines for triangulation.
By Jerry Penry, LS

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The “Straight” on Magellan
The new owner of the former Ashtech/Thales company is committed to making the right decisions and the right investments.
By Marc Cheves, LS

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RTN 101: Network Corrected Real-Time GPS/GNSS (Part 6)
Tips and tricks (confessions of an RTN support dude).
By Gavin Schrock, LS
 
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Geodetic Connections:
OPUS Rapid Static
By Daniel J. Martin
 
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Laser Scanning: 3D Laser Scanning –
Time to Invest?

A long-time industry player uses the coming 3D world to make the case for laser scanning
By Gene Roe PhD, LS, PE

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Reconnaissance:
Servant-Leadership in the Workplace.
By Gary Kent, LS
 
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Product Review:
The DC50 & DC50 Assistant
By Al Pepling, LS
 
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Vantage Point:
Between a Rock and a Wet Place
By Wendy Lathrop, LS, CFM

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