Click on the cover below to view the September 2019 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout September):
- Fully BIM – A new Amsterdam icon was developed completely with openBIM, proving that BIM can be a cornerstone for highly complex, multidisciplinary design and production coordination.
- Growing Airports with UAVs – A Canadian UAS provider uses a special UAV with lidar to transform their airport business into supportive infrastructure operations and runway-scanning projects across North America.
- Construction Verification Automation – How multiple companies collaborated to solve persistent challenges to rapid comparisons of design models and constructed features—in high-precision 3D.
- The March toward 2022 – NSRS modernization: What NGS is doing and what you can do.
- My 2019 Interview with Jack Dangermond – Nick Duggan spent time with Jack Dangermond at the Esri User Conference to diver deeper into what they discussed at last year’s conference.
- The Science of Where to Build Anything – Will the Esri/Autodesk partnership take BIM head-on?
- Mapping an Historic Internment Camp – UAVs help scholars digitally preserve and reconstruct (in AR) the Amache Internment Camp in Colorado.
- InSAR Quake “Rainbow”