The American Association for Geodetic Surveying: Its Continuing Role in Shaping the Profession
Abstract:The profession of surveying and positioning, and their related technologies and activities, are evolving at a staggering rate. Additionally, the tools and technology associated with positioning, once reserved for scientists and professional surveyors, are now widely available and utilized by many professional and non-professional disciplines. These disciplines can further be broken down into categories referred to as traditional and non-traditional users. This paper will discuss the past, present, and future role of the American Association for Geodetic Surveying (AAGS), highlighting activities which AAGS believes are critical to the future of positioning in the United States and to those using the technology.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2006
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- Surveying and Land Information Science (SaLIS) is the official publication of the American Association of Geodetic Surveying (AAGS) and the Geographic and Land Information Society (GLIS).
SaLIS is a scientific journal devoted to reporting research and new work conducted to advance geodetic surveying, land surveying, large-scale mapping, and geographic information systems designed to advance the development and management of the cadastral parcel data layer and other land information applications. SaLIS publishes research articles, technical papers, technical notes, papers on the current state of surveying education, surveying history, book reviews, and current literature reviews. Every four years, the journal publishes the U.S. Report to the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG). The Proceedings of the Surveying Teachers Conference are published bi-annually.
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