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Nora Csanyi May

Senior Systems/Geodetic Engineer at Fugro Geospatial Inc. and Instructor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Nora May received her MS in surveying and geoinformatics engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary and her PhD from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science, The Ohio State University. She has...

Nick Zeeben

Product Manager at Autodesk Legacy incremental models for software development have not always served the changing needs of the customers. “Scrum” teams, working in close collaboration, are a new, agile development model that recognizes that customer needs can change during the course of legacy development cycles.  Nick Zeeben is a product manager for Autodesk, leading...

Chris Trevillian

Product Manager at Trimble Navigation People have described Chris Trevillian as a “parachute guy” (you can parachute him into nearly any situation) and as a geospatial “Swiss army knife.” Coming to Trimble from a surveying background, Chris has held several challenging positions related particularly to new and disruptive technologies. For example, when Trimble jumped into the...

John Perry

CEO of Altavian, Inc. The boom is on: UAS companies are launched nearly daily for consumer and professional craft, so positioning a UAS firm as a serious player is no small task. Having been founded only in 2011, Altavian has risen to become one of the top providers of UAS for the U.S. government and...

Christine Gayron

President of Gayron de Bruin Land Surveying and Engineering, PC  Because the natures of surveying and civil engineering change rapidly, dynamic leaders don’t stand still and let the changes pass by; such is Christine Gayron. She has a BS in geology and is a licensed land surveyor in New York State. She started her career...

The new storage tank inspection tool in RealWorks

Time to Do More

xyHt has been watching a recent flurry of news releases and webinar announcements from Trimble tagged with the slogan “Time to Do More.” There were quite a few major new products and enhancements announced so we wondered: Was this simply a marketing campaign? Or was this some new direction for Trimble? We decided to ask...