xyHt’s November issue takes a look at the future of the geospatial professions. Who will fill all the jobs that older professionals are retiring from?
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Here are some highlights:
Surveyor Shortage :The digital world needs data and collecting it will be up to the next generation of surveyors who will require specialized education and training to fill the role of geospatial data specialists.
Sounds Good: Using powerful simulation algorithms, this young and award-winning acoustics software startup from Iceland is making sound visible. No wonder it’s already creating a buzz in the BIM community.
Sky High UAVs: The most rapid development in the UAV industry today is the dramatic improvements in GNSS/inertial for direct georeferencing and imaging sensors, purpose-built for mapping and surveying from UAVs.
UAS and ALTA Surveys—Part 3: Precision, accuracy, and completeness are the end goals of UAS post processing, but how you get there to meet ALTA standards requires extra care.