xyHt’s August issue focuses on location technology, looking at the 20-year history of Global Navigational Satellite Systems and how it has changed the surveying profession and been the catalyst for other geospatial disciplines to emerge.
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 August 2022 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:
Real-Time GNSS: Now entering the third decade of real-time GNSS networks, the technology has changed the geospatial professions. Here’s one example of how.
Virtual Cities Rising: Cutting-edge 3D city models lead the way to better urban planning via digital simulation.
The Drone Revolution: Embracing drone technologies can turn your surveying company into an aviation company with all the advantages—and headaches—that come with it.
GNSS and Archaeology: Before precise positioning, archaeologies in the field needed tape measures, pens, and paper to record culturally historic sites. It was laborious and inaccurate until GNSS became commonplace in archaeology.
Legal Boundaries: What is the customary solution to discovery of extra block length when all except the end lot status quo ante are equal 50-foot-wide lots and the extra space is within the parking area of the end lot?