Thanks to all the industry publications that continue to showcase KOREC supplied technology in our articles, columns and case studies. Here’s a round-up of where we’ve been in the last couple of months:
The only way is up! Mark Poveda’s column is a must read for anyone who’s interested in the latest technology, opinion and developments in our industry. In his most recent piece, he takes a closer look at why the drone business is burgeoning and consequently, with so many choices on the market and new developments, why it’s never been a better time to invest.
Read his column here.
In the same, issue there’s also a great piece by Jodie Hartnell featuring the Trimble X7 which asks ‘Are laser scanners evolving into cobots?’
You may have noticed that we’ve just launched KOREC Mapping, in a move to consolidate and expand the KOREC offering of field to office data collection and handling solutions available across the UK and Ireland. It therefore seemed the perfect time for our KOREC Mapping Business Area Manager, Richard Gauchwin, to highlight a very important aspect of the digital data capture industry, namely ‘How technology can make a safer place for workers in the field.’
Read the full piece here.
For the May issue of CES, we revisited our popular case study format with a look at automated tunnel monitoring through a remote set up. Entitled ‘Whilst you were sleeping’ all the information for this piece was supplied by Mark Anderson, Director of Academy Geomatics. It’s proved a popular story with Trimble featuring it on their website and it will also appear in GIS Resources in June as part of their infrastructure/geomatics feature.
Read the full piece here.
A combination of two Trimble GPS solutions, the R10 Receiver and Trimble Catalyst (a unique subscription-based GPS solution)Tackling knotweed with high accuracy GNSS Read More >
Trimble VRS Now has been used to replace a base station bringing even greater coverage and improved efficiency to the Hydrographic Survey Team at ABP Southampton.Supporting the safe navigation of vessels within the Port of Southampton Read More >
In the beautiful Staffordshire countryside lies 16.9km of preserved, standard gauge heritage railway better known as the Churnet Valley Railway. Noted for its nostalgic steam train rides and themed days out, it’s also now the destination for many KOREC customers keen to see the latest Trimble GEDO technology demonstrated on a track. Following the restrictions […]Just the ticket or why one good turn deserves another! Read More >
Maps – they’re made to show us where we are, where we’re going, and how to get there. Right? Well, partly. Here at KOREC, we’re self-confessed mapping addicts, and we know that maps are so much more than this. So, to celebrate the arrival of KOREC Mapping in May, we asked our colleagues to send […]Our KOREC colleagues share their passion for mapping Read More >
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