xyHt is here again! If you don’t have a subscription to our print editions, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, never fear—here’s the digital edition.
Click here, or on the cover to the right, to view the August 2020 issue of xyHt magazine.
Articles in the issue include:
(Links will turn live throughout August, as they are reposted here on our site blog!)
- See Spot Run: Doing so in the 20th-busiest airport in the world requires an experienced team, an innovative approach, and even, thanks to Boston Dynamics, a robotic dog named Spot.
- Galapagos in 360 Degrees: Chris Beddow is a solutions engineer at Mapillary, the street-level imagery platform based in Sweden. He flew to the Galapagos to help a team of researchers map the towns on the main islands.
- The Early Days of 3D Scanning, Part 3: Geoff Jacobs dives into a couple of additional, critical evaluation items at a point in time—1996-1997—when the technology was still in development.
- A Start-Up Takes Off: developing Citation jets into scanning equipment
- What is Tersus GNSS?: Our xyHt team stopped by the Tersus booth at the INTERGEO exhibition in Berlin in 2017. For a startup, launching in 2014, the company appeared to be making a lot of the right moves.