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Geomatic Engineering is a new term that is used to describe land surveying. Geomatic Engineering covers the application of new technologies such as Global Positioning System (GPS), Geographical Information System (GIS), Remote Sensing and Photogrammetric to collect, process, display, analyse and manage spatial information. The spatial information can be maps or plans (obtained from field surveying), coordinates, and natural or manmade features such as trees, drains, buildings, rivers, slopes, utilities, etc. Geomatic Engineering is widely applied in industries such as construction, oil and gas, plantation, mining, remote sensing, GIS companies, offshore surveying, licensed land surveyor firms, land offices, survey departments, surveying software vendors, surveying instrument vendors and many more.
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