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What a problem for ikeGPS…..managing its growth!

What a problem for ikeGPS…..managing its growth!

By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 30 November 2012 ) The ikeGPS has the world at its feet – so much so it is going to have to carefully decide which of many markets it should attack first.

The hand-held device integrates hardware and software and enables anyone from a utility to a mining company to measure and model anything.

By taking a photo combined with laser measurement, and knowing exactly where the device is located through GPS (global positioning system), all parts of the picture can be captured as data.

Any part of the picture can be measured accurately, and that information added to the data stream.

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