Archive for August, 2010

Locating a Monument from July 1824

Ever wonder what career lets you use a combination of archaeology, field research, quasi-legal determinations, and the use of mathematics and space technology to locate buried treasure from the 1800's. Well not many careers would offer this kind of a combination of skills to locate buried treasure, but...

3D Survey of Mount Rushmore

An international team organized by CyArk, has completed a two week effort to do a complete 3D scan of the four most famous presidential heads. The project was accomplished with the use of five laser scanners, three different Leica Geosystems laser scanners, the ScanStation 2 for long-range shots, the...

Tyler Fugere Wins 2nd Place National Trig-Star Competition

On July 17, 2010 Flower Mound's Tyler Fugere won second place Award in the National Trig-Star Completion. The TrigStar Contest is an annual nation wide high school mathematics competition sponsored by the National Society of Professional Surveyors based on the practical application of Trigonometry. Way...

Introducing AutoCAD Freestyle

April 26 2010 was the launch date for AutoDesk's new “AutoCAD Freestyle” program. This is a new easy to use, low cost 2D drawing software program that would be perfect for DIYers, hobbyists, non-CAD employees and specialty contractors. AutoCAD Freestyle is great for creating landscape designs,...

Attend Carlson’s 3rd Annual User Conference

Carlson Software is having a conference in Brown Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky on November 7-10, 2010. The Carlson Software user conference promises to be both educational and timely. Classes will cover all aspects of Carlson's extensive product line. In addition to its traditional classes for Survey,...

Survey Affidavit Of No Change

This is a term that many professional land surveyors know all too well. You might be a first time home owner wondering why you even need to get an updated survey. You might even have a 25 year old survey that you think is still good. One way to inform consumers is by relating individual scenarios or...


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