Smart Surveyors: Developments and Trends from the FIG Working Week 2020

Tim Brouwer, Mila Koeva, Peter van Oosterom, Iris Theunisse

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    Abstract

    Some of the challenges demanding innovative surveying approaches and technologies are rapid urban growth, smart energy, cleaner mobility, and ‘land rights for all’. Sensing technologies, spatial data processing methods, and related approaches are already available. However, the question is how to use and improve them to become future proof, smart surveyors? Only ten years left to achieve the SDGs for a sustainable future. How can smart surveying contribute? To answer these questions, the papers of the FIG proceedings were analysed by the author-team.In this short article, we present the main trends distilled and the papers we refer to, represent these main trends. We start with a brief review of the Smart Surveyors keynote presentations, followed by main trends described in the regular papers, and finally, a short summary of the impact of the FIG community.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherGIM International
    Publication statusPublished - 8 May 2020

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