Posts tagged as EE Publishers

New staff at EE Publishers: Lerato Pule and Aimée Clarke

  As of the beginning of 2015, EE Publishers has taken on two young new staff members. Lerato Pule is 25 years old and matriculated in 2007, and has completed a diploma in graphic design and web development in 2011 from College Campus in Parktown. Lerato will be working in the production department at EE […]

Magazine publishers to challenge SA Post Office monopoly

  A concerned group of specialist magazine publishers has indicated its intention to lodge a formal complaint next week with the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) against the South African Post Office (SAPO), which has been in breach of its licence conditions for several years. Chris Yelland of EE Publishers, spokesman for the […]

EE Publishers reader physical address update

  As a result of ongoing problems at the SA Post Office, EE Publishers is making alternative arrangements for delivery of its print media magazines to the physical addresses of its readers. To achieve this, we ask you to complete the form below, providing us with your business physical address to which we may deliver […]

Live video and audio webcast: Open debate: The future of nuclear energy in SA

You, your colleagues, friends and all interested persons are cordially invited to watch the live video and audio webcast of the open public debate being hosted by EE Publishers and The Daily Maverick on: The future of nuclear energy in South Africa DATE: 30 October 2014                TIME: 16h00 to 18h30 […]

EE Publishers is hiring: Junior technology journalist; Junior graphic designer

  Junior technology journalist EE Publishers seeks a dynamic, young, newly-qualified journalist with an interest and aptitude in science, technology and engineering, for full-time employment at its offices in the Muldersdrift area. The successful candidate will be involved in several aspects of EE Publishers’ print magazines, email newsletters, e-zines and websites, including the writing, subediting […]

Call for papers for Energize RE, March 2016

  This is a CALL FOR PAPERS in Energize RE, the Renewable Energy supplement of the March 2016 edition of Energize magazine. Papers of approximately 2000 to 3000 words should be submitted in editable MS Word format. Papers should be generic in nature, and should not have an overtly self-serving or commercial content. Preference is given to original papers or papers that have not been published […]

Anatomy of a mobile mapping system

  Mobile mapping systems are ground truthing soldiers of accuracy and produce high-quality data to mapping data providers. Popularised by Google’s Street View cars, various mapping data companies operate similar vehicles to collect an array of data for various uses. International mapping data provider, TomTom, is one such company, and recently upgraded their older mobile […]

Indoor mapping: beyond the front door

  GPS can take you to just about any front door – but indoor maps open a whole new world of possibilities by making indoor spaces accessible and by changing the way we interact with these spaces. The growth of geospatial data, along with the ease of access to it through smart devices (especially smart […]

SASGI Proceedings 2013

Keynote Papers Geospatial information technology enables vertical industry solutions (more>>) by Geoff Zeiss, Principal, Between The Poles Land tenure administration and GIS: trends and challenges (more>>) by Dr. Michael Barry, University of Calgary, Canada Cadastral surveying, land management and land reform RICS – global standards, the interface (more>>) by Robert P. Mahoney, RICS Surveying in […]