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Achieving high quality underground infrastructure location data requires accountability

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Geoff tracks the contribution of geospatial technology to the digitalization of the construction and energy industries and publishes on his Between The Poles blog, LinkeIn and other media.  His...

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In many jurisdictions worldwide the low quality of underground infrastructure location data has been identified as a top cause of underground utility damage. Existing underground data, most of which is stored in network owners' utility records, is inaccurate, out of...
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