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The future of surveying? Quantum computing and blockchain

Forty-four years ago, the U.S. government introduced the global navigation satellite system — what's known today as GPS. I remember attending a seminar where this amazing technology was described with speculation about its application in surveying. Since those early...

source: By Robert W. Foster, The American Surveyor
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The 2019 NSPS Student Competition will be held in conjunction with the Spring meetings of the National Society of Professional Surveyors in Arlington, Virginia April 9th thru April 11th, 2019 which is being held at the Hilton Arlington,...

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The NSPS headquarters office still maintains for sale on behalf of the PLSS Foundation, Inc. a supply of the 2009 BLM Manual of Instructions, as well as copies of River & Lake Boundaries (Surveying Water Boundaries — A Manual, Second Edition) by James A. Simpson....

source: NSPS

The U.S. House of Representatives last week unanimously approved a significant water policy bill that includes a number of industry priorities on drinking water and other provisions impacting water infrastructure funding. America’s Water Infrastructure Act, bill S....

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NSPS Federal Lobbyist John "JB" Byrd last week attended the USGS Coalition...

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House Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen announced at a meeting of House and Senate conferees on the combined spending bill for Defense, and Labor-Health and Human Services-Education, that the conference report will include...

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Join host Curt Sumner and his guest for a discussion on an issue of importance to the surveying profession. To...

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