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oh no not CAD :scared:


i would use a GIS rather than CAD purely as it is better for data management and spatial analysis/information,


i use mapinfo as a desktop mapping system (but has gone up in cost to about £1200)


and for field mapping and surveys i use a mobilemapperCE with Digiterra software (which is gaining popularity pretty fast) this is a very accurate dgps with great mapping facilities on it,


I have used lots of different software for mapping both desktop and field use (it currently makes up about 90% of my office job)


I have attached a review i did of the field software, from GIS Profesisonal magazine (and yes that is me in the advert! :star:)


if you want more info or advice on software and equipment PM me your info and i will get in touch


but please dont use CAD,

CEH GISpro.pdf

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