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Here are some highlights:
- Down the Salt River: From mapping catchments to inspecting dams, there’s a solid future for UAS technology at public utility companies like the Salt River Project in Arizona.
- Deep Learning and Remote Sensing: As the volume, velocity, and variety of the data generated to address worldwide geospatial needs has steadily grown, advances in the systems and algorithms needed to produce spatial and temporal resolution data have not kept pace.
- Q&A: Long-time oceanographer Dr. Larry Mayer shares insights about mapping the ocean floor and the innovative technology needed to do it.
- The Hydrographic Society of America: How THSOA is becoming a modern hydrospatial organization and adapting to today’s hydrographic challenges.
- Geospatial Adventure: As a young geodetic engineer, author Juan Plaza had been using conventional transits, levels and optical instruments as a land surveyor.