Tag Archives: uas

Angélica Ortiz Arteaga

BIM Director, IUYET Consortium Mexico A particularly impressive presentation at HxGN 2017 was by the IUYET Consortium about their work on the new airport rail project in Mexico City. The contributions of IUYET in the use of advanced surveying, scanning, mobile mapping, UAS, GNSS, and construction monitoring are splendid examples of the 21st century digital...

Parrot Mambo FPV Drone

Why Your First Drone Should Be a Hobby Drone

A low-cost way to get hands-on UAS experience is to purchase a hobby drone and practice with it before making a bigger investment in a commercial-grade unit. I’ve talked to UAS professionals who agree . Why?  The low cost makes it easy to afford and less painful should you crack it up. And, trust me...

xyHt Magazine January 2018 Issue

Click on the cover below to view the January 2018 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout January): Infrastructure, BIM, and the Brothers Bentley: Meeting the needs of the global infrastructure boom, Bentley Systems has forged technology partnerships; moved to erase the workflow barriers among surveying, engineering, and construction; and...

Kespry drone

Drone Coding: Fun, Future, and Fundamentals

For Surveying’s Next Generation Attracting the next generation of surveyors is a perennial topic in the geospatial profession. I’d like to suggest adding K-12 UAS coding programs to the list of outreach efforts. The sooner students become interested in the geospatial field, the greater the success of attracting them to the profession. It is widely...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 9/22/17

Phase One Industrial Introduces 190MP Aerial System Orbit GT to showcase new v18 for Mobile, UAS, Indoor and Aerial Mapping at Intergeo, Berlin Hosting massive geodata made easier by new cloud solution LizardTech Awarded U.S. Patent for LiDAR Point Cloud Compression senseFly to launch industry-specific solutions at INTERGEO 2017 Measure’s First Drone Services Franchise Opens...

xyHt Magazine September 2017 Issue

To view this issue as it appears in full in print, click the cover: Articles from this issue include: Go for the Beer! Recording, Registration, and Cadastres: Comparing systems for real-property management in the Netherlands and the United States. GPR Revisited: Arrays of multiple sensors and advances in processing breathe new life into the field...