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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 editors@cadalyst.com


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Desktop GIS Software Adds CAD Tools   6 Oct, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Pitney Bowes' MapInfo Professional 9.5 can reduce need for stand-alone computer-aided design software.

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Third-Party Solutions Enhance Data Transfer   1 Sep, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

New software improves efficiency of data updating and provides an ongoing log of edits and updates.

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Bringing GPS Data Quickly into CAD   4 Aug, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Software lets users collect and upload field data into AutoCAD using handheld consumer GPS units.

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New Tools Link GPS and Digital Cameras   30 Jun, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

New technology automatically records not only where a photo is taken but also the direction in which the camera is aimed.

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Sustainable Is a Many-Splendored Word   2 Jun, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Civil and geospatial software find a natural niche in working toward a sustainable environment, as evidenced at this year's Bentley Conference.

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A New Twist to Petroleum GIS   5 May, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Web-based application helps oil and gas explorers stay on track.

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Interactive Maps: Custom Features   31 Mar, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Editing your JavaScript code enables the end user to select a specific location.

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You, Too, Can Create Interactive Maps   2 Mar, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Even those with no programming training can use the widely available application programming interfaces to create maps.

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Collaboration Yields Cleaner Water   4 Feb, 2008
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

With the help of GIS tools, the city of Denver is keeping urban contamination out of rivers and streams.

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GPS Satellites Gain Prominence   3 Dec, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Recent developments in satellite and GPS technology will improve the quality of GPS data that land professionals can use in their projects.