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Outlook 2020’s 40 Under 40

The following is xyHt’s 2020 collection of 40 under 40: profiles of motivated and accomplished young professionals under 40 years of age. Click on each name to view their profiles below. Kwabena Obeng Asiam Researcher & Lecturer – Leibniz University Published PhD candidate in land administration; FIG Young Surveyors Ghana Evaluating the evidence and making professional...

Outlook 2020

Click on the cover below to view the Outlook 2020 print issue. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout January): Forecasts in Geospatial Technologies and Applications: Positively Surveying Trends in Terrestrial Laser Scanning 3D and Geospatial Infrastructure GNSS: Triple-frequency Constellations The Reality of Digital Construction UAVs Beyond Visual Line of Sight Mapping...

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Outlook 2020: 40 under 40 Geospatial Leaders

Join xyHt in Celebrating Young Leadership in Geospatial Professions, Industries, and Sciences Who are the current young geo-leaders internationally? And where are they making a difference? Read the 2019 xyHt 40 under 40 profiles here. Send your nominations to 40under40@xyht.com before September 1, 2017. A maxim goes, “We teach children their future, and not our...

xyHt Magazine Outlook 2019 Issue

Click on the cover below to view the Outlook 2019 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout January and February): Coaching Robots – Continuous surveying (to support smart cities, infrastructure, geodesign, and construction) is opening expanded—but unconventional—roles for surveyors and geospatial practitioners. Gabriela Olekszyk – Surveyor & GIS Analyst, Woods Auckland,...

xyHt Magazine Outlook 2018 Supplement

Click on the cover below to view the PDF version of Outlook 2018 supplement to xyHt Magazine. Articles in this issue include (links will go live throughout January): HxIP: How a prominent manufacturer of mapping airborne sensors and solutions has partnered with customers to expand its global online content service. “No Job Is Too Big...

Outlook January 2018 cover

You Do What?

Outlook 2018 Editorial When you tell non-geo people what you do for a living, many of them probably respond with, “You do what?” It’s not an affront, and it’s perfectly understandable. Our geospatial work is often perceived as obscure and esoteric. Let’s face it: the geospatial world has evolved rapidly in the past century, even...