Click on the cover below to view the February 2019 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout February):
- Aerial Self-sufficiency – A large risk-assessment and data-analytics company created its own internal system to collect imagery, write software, and develop processing workflows.
- Sydney’s Paleovalley in 3D – Tunneling under Sydney Harbour for Australia’s largest public transportation project requires advanced 3D geologic visualization.
- Surveying Instruments on Mars – Viewers of the series “Mars” might have noticed familiar-looking equipment among the near-future science fiction gadgets.
- Smart Access for 3D Cities – Today’s 3D city models are marvels of big geospatial data, but one cloud-data company proves that full value is realized only through broad accessibility.
- Standalone UAV Lidar – A surveying company developed a self-contained UAV lidar system so teams could gather data without a lidar specialist.
- GIS in Higher Education – GIS has long been a part of institutions of higher education, all across the world, and most can say they’ve taken a GIS course during their post-secondary education.