xyHt Magazine March 2018 Issue

Click on the cover below to view the March 2018 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout March):

  • Real SurveyingxyHt solicits surveyors and professional surveying societies and associations in the US and internationally to discuss the topic of real surveying.
  • A New Line: A new class of instrument was adopted by a team of Belgian surveyors midway through a large and complex transportation project.

  • Monitoring a Historic Bridge Replacement: A survey manager describes how monitoring improved construction processes for the replacement of an 85-year-old bridge connecting Illinois and Iowa.

  • Radiant.EarthConnecting the global development community to Earth imagery and primary analytical tools. 

  • Seven Standards for Delivering High-quality sUAS ImageryUnmanned aircraft system(s) imagery isn’t as simple as it may seem. The complexities brought forth in a pre-bid conference and seven standards are discussed. 

  • Cool School: Siberian State University of Geosystems and Technologies has grown to be a magnet for surveying and geomatics education and research over the past eight decades.

  • Surveying Boot Camp: A team of surveyors from Northstar Surveying, Inc. take on some of the most difficult terrains in Oregon’s Coastal Range. While seemingly boot camp to the author, it’s just a part of the job to them.
  • Teaching Land Stewardship: The surveying community seems to be heading for a perfect storm with technological advancements and much more affecting the field. What can make this into a promising picture of the future? 

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xyHt Magazine March 2018 Issue” Comments

  1. I’m unable to find Live Links to the articles. Only “Real Surveying” appears to be live,
    Huw James

    • Shelly Cox Shelly Cox

      The links go live throughout the month. Is there a specific article you would like to access?

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