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40 Under 40, 2017: Remarkable Geospatial Professionals

This entry is part of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017In this annual issue focused on the future, we offer 40 under 40: a collection of profiles of motivated and noteworthy geospatial professionals under 40 years of age. It is our wish that these profiles honor those who work tirelessly to promote geospatial fields...

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NSPS Candidates 2016

This entry is part 10 of 13 in the series Field NotesThis year’s upcoming NSPS elections feature four eminently qualified candidates running for national vice president. To encourage participation by surveyors in both the NSPS and the election of national officers, xyHt reached out to all candidates and offered space in this month’s Field Notes...

Autodesk University 2016

Autodesk University, Star Trek Nostalgia, and a Little Bit of Latin

(A press release from Autodesk.) Autodesk University offers glimpse at the very-near future of AEC Today’s Autodesk University keynote focused on product innovation and offered a glimpse at the not-so-distant future of making things in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. Sarah Hodges, director, Autodesk Construction Business Line, revealed these top news items to...

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Autodesk University: BIM Preview

Autodesk Previews How “Connected BIM” Will Shape the Future of Work in the AEC Industry From the Autodesk press release: AEC professionals attending Autodesk University to experience the next evolution of BIM At this year’s Autodesk University, one thing will be abundantly clear – Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the nexus of designing, building, and...

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Rosalie Bartlett: Marketing Manager at Kespry

This entry is part 1 of 11 in the series October 2016Women in Unmanned Systems Editor’s Note: In our ongoing effort to promote geospatial professions, we’re asking dynamic leaders what attracted them to UAS and other geospatial fields as well as advice they might have for young people considering choosing related career paths. I’ve been...

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Rochester & Associates: In Control with VRS Now

This entry is part 5 of 10 in the series September 2016Rochester & Associated uses precise on-demand positions to save time and money. Real-Time Networks (RTN) can be liberating: “When you get on a project site and have on-demand positions, there are so many more possibilities to get the job done rapidly and precisely,” says...