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xyHt Graphic Tee Shirts

We’re excited to introduce our new graphic tees! Our shirts are printed on high-quality Hanes Tagless 100% ComfortSoft cotton. They are $14.95 each and ship for $4 to U.S. addresses. If you’re ordering from outside the U.S. or purchasing multiple shirts, please indicate that in our order form, and we will work with you to...

Weekly xyHt News Links: 10/27/17

Septentrio launches the AsteRx-m2a and AsteRx-m2a UAS at Commercial UAV Expo WiBotic Announces a New Lightweight Onboard Charger Ideal for Wireless Charging of Smaller Drones Teledyne Oceanscience Introduces a new USV! Welcome to Z-Boat 1250! Solve Gas Detection Problems with Microdrones mdTector1000 CH4 Commercial UAV Expo and Drone World Expo Come Together in 2018  OGC...

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Congrats Intergeo Subscriber Winners!

Two Subscribers Won “Door Prizes” at xyHt’s booth at Intergeo in Berlin, 2017 Congratulations to new subscriber Linus Smid, a recent masters graduate in geotechnology (geochemistry and geoinformatics) from TU Berlin. Linus subscribed to the digital edition of xyHt at our booth and won from a random drawing an Oculus Rift package. We wish Linus...

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Wind, Water, and Fire: Hurricane Response in the Geospatial Community

This entry is part 2 of 10 in the series October 2017 Response, recovery, and rebuilding in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the unprecedented wildfire season in the West may be the largest combined U.S. disaster response to date. The impacts to Texas, Florida, the broader Gulf Coast region, and many western...

xyHt at Intergeo

Hello!  You must’ve met us at Intergeo in Berlin, and you may want more information about us.  If so, click our logo above to get to our homepage, and then feel free to investigate our site.  You can subscribe to our magazine by clicking on the subscribe button above, as well. 

Get Ready for the Solar Eclipse!

This entry is part 4 of 35 in the series PangaeaIn less than a month (August 21, to be precise) folks across the United States, from Oregon to South Carolina, will be treated to a rare total solar eclipse. Here’s the Pangaea guide to watching this spectacular event. Safety first! Don’t even think about watching...