September 2021 Archives
It’s Hard to Find Good Help
It seems that “Help Wanted” is posted everywhere these days; from billboards to hand-written signs and everywhere on websites seeking to help employers who are hiring. We hear it discussed at surveying society meetings, around the office, and in casual conversations on the street. Some people try to place blame on the government for handing […]
Geospatial Adventure, eh?
Racing the weather to establish a second-order control network in the Great White North in the early days of GPS
Out to Sea with Dr. Larry Mayer
Long-time oceanographer shares insights about mapping the ocean floor and the innovative technology needed to do it.
The Hydrographic Society of (the) America(s) and the US Hydro 21 Conference
A modern hydrospatial organization adapting to today’s challenges The Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA) as it is commonly known in the hydrographic world, is a non-profit organization committed to promoting education in hydrography, inshore surveying, inland waters surveying, offshore surveying, positioning, and mapping/charting, including related earth sciences. Our organization is divided into seven regional chapters: […]
How Deep Learning For Remote Sensing Produces Quicker, Higher-Quality Results
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.
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