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Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Topcon Unveils MAGNET v2.5

Topcon Positioning Group announces an update to its cloud-based enterprise solution and cloud-enabled family of software applications. The MAGNET™ v2.5 system update includes additional new software products and services, new timesaving functions, and numerous enhancements to existing...

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Traditional Owners Use GPS to Record Places of Cultural Significance

Traditional owners in south-western Victoria are using the latest technology to connect their stories to interactive maps of the region. The Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation, based in Ballarat, has joined forces with the Victoria University and a mapping...