xyHt’s May issue focuses on uncrewed aerial vehicles and uncrewed aerial systems. As is the case with almost every aspect of the geospatial professions, UAVs and UASs are constantly evolving with advances in technology.
As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, don’t fret, here is the digital edition. Click here or on the cover to the right, to view the May 2023 issue of xyHt magazine; or better yet, click here to have us send you a free copy of the print issue.
Here are some highlights:
Soaring into the Future: In the 10 years since unscrewed aircraft broke into photogrammetry, many people, including author Juan Plaza, have become believers. What does the future hold for uncrewed photogrammetry?
Mapping Trees: As tree-planting efforts take root in cities around the world, urban managers turn to geospatial tools to map and monitor their community’s canopy cover.
Surveying for Safety: Lush vegetation, beautiful ocean vistas, and a historic valley provide the setting for a complex engineering project that needed to address cultural and technical considerations on Hawaii’s northern shore.