Tag Archives: drones

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 05/13/2022

Geo Week 2023 is Already 80 Percent Sold Out  XAG Promotes Drones in Vietnam to Boost Rice Farming While Cutting Fertilizer Use Bowman Expands Transportation Infrastructure Services with Acquisition New Leica Pegasus TRK Makes Mobile Mapping Smart, Autonomous and Easy RIEGL’s Laser Scanning Sensors on Display at GEO Business in London Teledyne FLIR Defense Introduces New Laser Target Designator...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 05/06/2022

NSPS to Host Virtual Town Hall on Davis Bacon Act Regulations LiDAR for Drone 2022 Conference Set for June 13-14 in France World’s First Expandable Wing UAS Launches at AUVSI XPONENTIAL Army Corps of Engineers Picks Aero-Graphics for Geospatial Mapping and Surveying High precision mapping and automated workflows IDS GeoRadar launches cloud-based AI solution AiMaps...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 04/29/2022

NSPS Joins Coalition Effort to Raise Concerns on GPS Interference with President Biden and Congress Association for Geographic Information Celebrates Return to In Person Events White House Wants to Counter the Use of Drones in the U.S. USGIF Announces New Scholarships and a New Working Group Focused on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Auterion Delivers New...

Surveying, Drones, and Danger

Experts say drones carry the promise of keeping the electrical grid safe amid increasingly intense storms The greater number and intensity of severe storms in the United States has communities rethinking their infrastructure. They’re making streets and parking lots permeable to absorb excess rainfall and rebuilding natural watershed features that help prevent floods.  With the...

From Nadir to Oblique

From Buzz to Shush Fighting the drone of drones Drones are hard workers. But because of the noise they make, many people are not fond of them.  In a recent survey in Europe, when people were asked about their main concerns regarding the prospect of drone services in their cities, respondents from six countries chose...

xyHt Digital Magazine: April 2022

Like a good surveyor, xyHt‘s March issue covers a lot of ground, bringing you stories about surveying, mapping, UAVs and, this month’s special, a look at how drones are becoming indispensable on construction sites. As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your...