xyHt Magazine Digital Edition: July 2021

xyHt‘s July issue features Geographic Information System and the impact it is making on the modern world.

As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, never fear, here is the digital edition. Click here or on the cover to the right, to view the July 2021 issue of xyHt magazine.

Here are some highlights:

  • When Mapping Goes Viral: Digital mapping has taken off during the COVID-19 pandemic. From tracking cases to allocating vaccines, GIS technology is at the frontline of the war to beat the virus.
  • GIS Saves African Lions: The use of GIS technologies helps humans live better and sometimes by doing so helps protect wildlife.
  • Surveying and GIS: When it comes to these two geospatial professions, it’s not an either/or issue. They are complementary.
  • The GeoDude: Geoff Jacobs continues his series about the early days of 3D laser scanning, and this month he looks at the competition between the four big players in scanning.

xyHt Magazine Digital Edition: July 2021” Comments

  1. Allan F Martin, ALS, P.Surv, P.Eng.

    I have not received my print copy of xyHt for several months. I haven’t received any renewal notifications. I really enjoy your magazine. Is there a problem with my subscription? Thank you for any assistance that you can provide.
    Allan F Martin ALS, P.Surv, P.Eng.

    • Jeff Thoreson

      Sorry for the confusion with your subscription. At this point, the easiest thing to do is to re-subscribe. Click here to go directly to the subscription page. You can subscribe to either the print or digital edition (or both if you like). Readers must request a subscription and perhaps your time period ended.

      Thanks for the kind words about the magazine. I hope you continue to read.


      Jeff Thoreson
      Editor-in-Chief, xyHt

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