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GPS FOR CADASTRAL SURVEYING - PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS

@inproceedings{Roberts2005GPSFC,
  title={GPS FOR CADASTRAL SURVEYING - PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS},
  author={Craig D. Roberts},
  year={2005}
}
GPS technology, in particular real-time kinematic (RTK) GPS, has matured to the stage where it has become another tool for the professional surveyor. Commercial products offer user-friendly hardware/software and suggest techniques that can improve productivity at a high accuracy. Government services such as SCIMS in NSW and AUSPOS (Geoscience Australia) support improved GPS positioning and surveying for the user community. However, even though some professional surveyors have embraced GPS… 

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