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Weekly xyHt News Links: 04/20/2018

SimActive Automates Drone Data Processing Exact Metrology Introduces Artec Ray Laser Scanner Teledyne Optech to showcase its Airborne and Terrestrial survey systems at GEOINT 2018 ENGINEERSUPPLY ANNOUNCES NEW PRODUCTS FROM SCHONSTEDT SPAR 3D Expo & Conference 2018 Keynote Speakers Announced Trimble Announces New Field Solutions for Land and Construction Surveying New Indoor Mobile Mapping System...

Huge Airport, One Vehicle

Inventory of roadway and airfield assets, including pavement surfaces, using the “One Vehicle” collection approach. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFWIA) is the second-largest airport by land mass (27 square miles) in the United States and the third-busiest airport in the world by aircraft movement.It can easily be considered a city of its own. With...

OS 3D GIS Urban Canyon GNSS

Improving GNSS in the Urban Canyon

To prepare you for the this blog post, I wish to point out that I am a geospatial expert and can hold my own around the ins and outs of survey, so going to an event at the Ordnance Survey on “3D mapping for the improvement of GNSS in urban areas” was an eye-opener. You...

Data Collector and Tablet Mashup – TSC7

Can’t decide between a tablet and a data collector? The TSC7 is a bit of a “mashup” between the two. A new DC (data collector/controller) was announced today by Trimble: the TSC7. The big tablet-style screen on a handheld data collector is the most visible attribute of the TSC7, but of course there is a...

Taxi!

Major work on JFK airport’s system of taxiways gets a boost from a contractor’s 3D milling capability. Ranked #16 on the list of the world’s busiest airports, New York’s JFK airport handles nearly 59 million passengers and 1.4 million tons of cargo annually. The area designated for warehouse and storage facilities to accommodate all that...

The 2017 Flooding of Missouri’s Meramec River

Missouri’s Meramec River is one of the largest free-flowing waterways in the state. With a source southwest of St. Louis, in Dent County, and the mouth at the Mississippi River in Arnold, some 20 miles south of St. Louis, its meandering 220 miles drain nearly 4,000 square miles in a watershed covering six Missouri counties....

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