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xyHt Magazine October 2019 Issue

Click on the cover below to view the October 2019 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout October): East Meets West Meets East –  Multiple, distinguished legacy companies in precision optics and manufacturing converged to develop a popular mid- to high-range total station that has earned a strong reputation. The...

Weekly xyHt News Links: 09/27/2019

Introducing the Geode GNS2 Sub-meter GPS Receiver Tallysman GNSS Introduces the VeroStar™ Antenna Expansion of Tallysman’s Line of Helical Antennas Vexcel Imaging Launches European Aerial Image Librar Woolpert Launches STREAM:RASTER to Host and Support Imagery in the Cloud 25th INTERGEO: Industry is constantly growing / Solutions for future challenges facing our planet Esri Publishes Mark...

The March toward 2022

Above: A screenshot of the GPS on Bench Marks web tool mobilized in 2018. NSRS modernization: What NGS is doing and what you can do. “The only thing that is constant is change.” – Heraclitus Although this quote pertains to all of life, its truth is especially painful for professional surveyors and geospatial professionals. But...

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Outstanding Geospatial Trends at INTERGEO 2019

INTERGEO, the world’s largest summit in positioning and geospatial tech, wrapped up last week in Stuttgart, Germany, proving that even after 25 years it still can be a great show. It’s the biggest geospatial event of the year where companies around the world showcase their current innovations for the industry, and the xyHt team was...

Weekly xyHt News Links: 09/20/2019

Topcon introduces new technology advancements in inspection and monitoring NCTech joins forces with GeoSLAM on ZEB Discovery Hemisphere GNSS Introduces Next-Generation R620 GNSS Receiver Teledyne Optech introduces its latest Airborne Laser Terrain Mapper for Wide Area and Corridor Surveying New Topcon technology offerings for BIM introduced at INTERGEO Hemisphere GNSS Announces Next-Generation S621 GNSS Survey...

Mapping an Historic Internment Camp

Above: By using drone technology to digitally preserve and reconstruct sites like the Amache Internment Camp, researchers, survivors, and the general public gain a better understanding of an important part of history. UAVs help scholars digitally preserve and reconstruct (in AR) the Amache Internment Camp in Colorado. As national landmarks age, documenting their structures to...

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