Unmanned Systems

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV).

Cleaning up the Keys

Vacuum sewers reduce wastewater problems that threaten the islands— aquatic environment and economy.

Land Surveying Versus Geomatics

In many of my columns and presentations, I have discussed the term geomatics being a more inclusive word to cover such related disciplines as surveying, mapping, and spatial data analysis.

Concrete products, rugged tablet, software, and surveying

Ultra-light, rugged tablet PC Motion Computing introduced its first rugged tablet PC. According to the company, the Motion CL900 offers as much as eight...


The geomatics field extends broadly beyond traditional surveying to include GIS, laser scanning, GPS, mobile data collection, and geospatial imaging, among other technologies. At the same time, these technologies are merging to allow easier integration into civil engineering workflows. In response to a request from CE News, companies provided the following information about their products. Company web addresses are provided for immediate access to additional information.

Design software, surveying, insurance, and stormwater detention devices

Roundabout design and analysis Savoy Computing Services Ltd and the UK Transport Research Laboratory joined forces to develop AutoTrack Junctions, a new roundabout design...

The business of civil engineering and land surveying

Not all small claims events are worth the time and effort expended to receive payment. Be careful about accepting clients whom you suspect aren’t worth the financial risk.

McKim & Creed celebrates 35 years of engineering and surveying

RALEIGH, N.C. — On June 1, McKim & Creed, Inc., one of the largest engineering, surveying and planning firms in the U.S., celebrated 35 years of providing the “most responsive and dependable service all the time.” This mission statement has guided the company’s operations since Herbert P. McKim, Jr., P.E., PLS and Michael W. Creed, Ph.D., P.E., established McKim & Creed in 1978. The two young North Carolina State University graduates set up shop in downtown Wilmington, N.C., and “prayed for the phone to ring,” recalls Creed. “Praying for the phone to ring quickly gave way to getting out of the office and doing cold calls to potential clients. That is ultimately what changed the tide and got us moving in the right direction.” 

McKim & Creed acquires Texas surveying company

RALEIGH, N.C. — McKim & Creed Inc., an engineering, geomatics (surveying) and planning firm with offices throughout the South, acquired a 31-person AECOM survey operation based in Texas, formerly known as SURVCON. The Texas group will operate under the name SURVCON, a Division of McKim & Creed.  

Michigan—s top engineering and surveying projects recognized at annual excellence awards ceremony

LANSING, MICH. —” The American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan (ACEC/M) recently honored 13 firms for engineering and surveying excellence during the association’s annual awards ceremony.

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