DigiDoc is Back! – Stirling, Scotland October 2018

Great news, DigiDoc is back for 2018. Aimed at industry professionals and academics, our three-day conference is taking place at the Engine Shed (www.engineshed.scot) in Stirling, Scotland between 10 and 12 October 2018. We’ll be joined by a range of speakers from across the globe to showcase the very latest innovation in digital documentation and visualisation. Full info here: https://www.engineshed.scot/digifest-2018/digidoc/ […]

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Mapping Flood Risk in the UK

Mapping Flood Risk in the UK Written by Faith Clark There are numerous types of floods and many ways of classifying them. According to Wikipedia floods are classified mainly by their source – areal, riverine, estuarine and coastal, urban and catastrophic and, although using different language, the UK’s Environmental Law Association’s website uses a similar, perhaps simpler, classification – coastal, […]

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SSEN to use innovative aerial scanning to improve electricity network resilience

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is using innovative aerial surveying technology to improve the resilience of its electricity networks. SSEN is currently working with NM Group to survey its network using a fleet of LiDAR equipped aircraft to model 63,000km of power lines in its Scottish and English operational areas. The distribution network operator (DNO) is utilising NM Group’s […]

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