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United Surveyors of Arizona

United Surveyors of Arizona announces the launch of a new professional organization and opens membership opportunities [Editor's note: xyHt is always happy to publish news of organizations or initiatives that help promote land surveying and other geospatial professions. Strong participation by individual practitioners in professional associations and societies at the local, state, national, and international levels...

Landon Urquhart

This entry is part 40 of 40 in the series Outlook 2016R&D Engineer at Hemisphere GNSS  While Hemisphere GNSS has always been a major player in high-performance satellite positioning, there’s now a renewed focus on innovation, research, development, and production. R&D is a team effort, but particular kudos have been given Landon Urquhart. Landon studied...

Brian Lingobardo

This entry is part 39 of 40 in the series Outlook 2016Systems Manager for 3D Road Construction at Topcon Positioning Systems Development of machine control, machine guidance, and automation for construction seeks surveying precision in real time, in dynamic environments, and in full 3D. Highly skilled surveyors have been included in automation development to ensure...

Nickson Odieny Onyango

This entry is part 38 of 40 in the series Outlook 2016Geospatial Specialist/GIS Developer at Coretec Systems & Solutions Kenya has seen rapid growth in science and technology, health services, land management, development, social action, environmental studies, education, economic empowerment, disaster preparedness, and humanitarian relief. In all of these areas, geospatial sciences have played pivotal...

Sarah Winter

This entry is part 37 of 40 in the series Outlook 2016Director of SurvCE Programming Division at Carlson Software Carlson has bragging rights in not only developing new approaches but also responding to and adopting new features from a very loyal user base; Sarah Winter is a key member of the software development team at...

Beth Schechter

This entry is part 36 of 40 in the series Outlook 2016Curriculum Writer at Skullcrush Sometimes, significant forces for change for the geospatial community come from outside traditional channels. Beth Schechter is an educator, designer, and author with a mission to change the world through writing, data, education … and maps! With a masters in...