Tag Archives: ASPRS

Harnessing Drones the Photogrammetric Way

Above: The Inspire 2 drone, using a Zenmuse X7 sensor and 16mm lens, captured this high-resolution image of County Line Road in Beavercreek, Ohio. Credit: Woolpert. Considering that UAS are just another platform to carry sensors, new mappers should embrace merging photogrammetric techniques and practices with innovations by the computer-vision community to produce scientifically sound...

Weekly xyHt News Links: 12/22/17

Newly Launched Seminar Programme at GEO Business 2018 Announce Call for Abstracts Bentley Institute Press Announces Availability of New BIM Publication: Plain Language BIM Topcon and Bentley Systems announce kick-off of Constructioneering Academy 3W-International – New Wankel engine 3W-180 SRE hybrid UAV Industry Outlook and Predictions for 2018 from Geo Jobe  International LiDAR Mapping Forum...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 11/24/17

Topcon Agriculture announces TAP, a connected agriculture ecosystem Trimble’s 3D laser scanning and modeling offers a new way to conduct storage tank inspection in the oil and gas industry Carlson 2018 Precision 3D Topo Geospatial Data Act Save the Date for Feb. 5-7, 2018, Co-Located with ASPRS!

xyHt Weekly News Links: 7/28/17

INTERGEO – bridge to a digital future New Leica Captivate Pipeline application streamlines tracking and reporting Trimble introduces new Android app – Trimble Penmap – for field surveying and data collection ESA communication team hands off responsibility to GSA LizardTech optimizes Portfolio 2017 for geospatial data Icaros and TeAx Announce an Integrated Drone Mapping Solution...

UAS: From FUD to FOMO

By Jeff Salmon Welcome to our semi-annual UAS-focused issue. Looking back over the last six years of UAS development, I am struck by how far the technology has progressed. Right before our eyes a new industry has developed, one that promises to bring far-reaching changes to our profession and indeed to the whole world. And...

Making the announcement of the collaboration between ASPRS and ILMF to co-host their events next February in Denver, CO, are Karen Schuckman, CP, PLS, representing ASPRS, Lisa Murray, representing Diversified Communications parent company of ILMF, and ASPRS Chairman Charles Toth.

ILMF and ASPRS Annual Conference to Take Place Together in Denver in 2018

ILMF Annual Conference plus ASPRS Annual Conference equals… Diversified Communications, organizer of International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF) and the American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing (ASPRS) announced that their annual geospatial events will take place together in Denver in 2018. Lisa Murray, Director of ILMF, made the announcement with ASPRS President Charles Toth during...