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Clive Loughlin looks at some of the systems available to industry, and analyses their strengths and weaknesses.
Development of the electronic precision theodolite has led to the automation of 3D coordinate determination.
Inspex, the UK quality assurance exhibition, was this year the most comprehensive of the biennial series. Jack Hollingum was there.
Where is practicable AI heading Probably into complex military command and control systems, as Stephen McClelland explains.
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