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Andrew G. Roe


Cadalyst contributing editor Andrew G. Roe is a registered civil engineer and president of AGR Associates. He is author of Using Visual Basic with AutoCAD, published by Autodesk Press. He can be reached at agroe@agrassociates.com


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Open-Source Software Gains Foothold   6 Aug, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Users can tailor applications to fit their needs.

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The Latest Dirt on Soil Compaction   4 Jun, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Intelligent technology has landed and is gaining ground in heavy equipment operations.

News
GIS Tech News (#36)   30 Apr, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

One-Stop Shopping for Maps: A governmental consortium aims to provide access to integrated GIS information for all.

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One-Stop Shopping for Maps   30 Apr, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Anyone who has surfed the Internet for geospatial data knows what a circuitous route it can take.

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GIS Tech News (#34)   2 Apr, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Data Integration Speeds Water Modeling: The combining of three datasets allows agencies to map and study water systems faster and more effectively.

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Data Integration Speeds Water Modeling   2 Apr, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

The combining of three datasets allows agencies to map and study water systems faster and more effectively.

News
GIS Tech News (#32)   5 Mar, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Pulses Increase with New Airborne Laser Mapping: Will the new LIDAR system's increased data-capture technology win over conventional system users?

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Pulses Increase with New Airborne Laser Mapping   5 Mar, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

A new twist to established technology could enable airborne laser mapping to be used in more applications than previously envisioned.

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GIS Tech News (#30)   5 Feb, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Virtual Construction: Avoid field problems using digital models

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Virtual Construction   5 Feb, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

More and more construction teams are using virtual construction to identify potential field problems before they become reality.