Tag Archives: imagery

Seven Standards for Delivering High-quality sUAS Imagery

I recently attended a pre-bid conference where the customer was interested in small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) imagery over a large enough area that mosaicking of the images was desired. What I thought would be a fairly straightforward conference turned into a knot of questions and exasperation. “How can we do this without ground control?”...

HxIP as CaaS

How a prominent manufacturer of mapping airborne sensors and solutions has partnered with customers to expand its global online content service. At HxGN LIVE 2015, the annual exhibition and conference for Hexagon (parent company of Leica Geosystems), CEO and president Ola Rollén spoke about a new area of focus for the company: content services, or...

Grey Bentley, CEO, Bentley Solutions

Workflow in Constructioneering

To remove workflow barriers among surveying, engineering, and construction, Topcon Positioning and Bentley Systems are teaming up. Compartmentalization in AEC workflows is a universal curse, with individual segments in design and construction often operating more like discrete enterprises than integral phases. All too often, legacy processes are plagued with a series of fits and starts....

xyHt News Links: 1/13/17

How much does ArcGIS Online REALLY Cost? Geospatial Professionals Receive 2016 MAPPS President’s Awards for Service Vanilla Aircraft claims record with 56-hour unmanned flight Textron Systems Begins On-Water Testing for Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV™) Sanborn Launches Mezurit.com for Subscription-Based Oblique Imagery Viewing and Analytics