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xyHt Weekly News Recap: 2/12/2021

senseFly Expands Line of Fixed-Wing Drones Trimble Introduces Next Generation of 3D Paving Control Bluesky Creates First 3D Map of Northern Ireland Coastline NSPS 2021 Student Competition WiBotic Launches Software Package for Robot Fleets Drones Made in America Photogrammetry Company Matterport to Go Public in $3 Billion Deal  

xyHt Weekly News Links: 01/08/2021

Accessing the Global Lidar Market Outlook on Terrestrial Laser Scanning Global Market Navigating Airspace with Drones Rules Webinar MEASURE CEO Appointed to FAA’s Drone Advisory Committee World’s First 940mm Global Shutter Flash Lidar

xyHt Weekly News Links: 5/15/20

CHC Navigation Introduces the Apache3 | 2020 Edition How to efficiently process satellite imagery Drones stepping up fight against COVID-19, says GlobalData Mapping large datasets on the web U.S. Department of Transportation Announces Technology Partners for Remote ID Development Everything You Need to Know about Scan-to-BIM

xyHt Weekly News Links: 04/10/20

Hancock Associates Announces Promotion of Gregory G. Gould, P.L.S. to Vice President Ready Willing Able: The SWAT Team of LiDAR MAPPS’s COVID-19 Impact Webinar Series Drones on the Front-Line of the COVID-19 Pandemic Fugro wins NOAA contract for shoreline mapping services Carlson Software announces two special programs in response to COVID-19 INDOT Selects Woolpert to...

New Products, Training Highlight Drones’ Increased Role in Mapping and Surveying

Drones are taking on an increased role in the world of mapping and surveying, with some companies specifically tailoring their products to appeal to this market. For instance, the companies UAVOS and Polynesian Navigation Inc. have collaborated to develop a long-distance autonomous UAS for 3-D mapping. Powered by UAVOS’s autopilot, the UVH -25EL unmanned helicopter...

How to Get a Drone License

Here is a step-by-step guide to the basics of obtaining an FAA 107 commercial drone license. So—you’re stepping into the aerial arena, taking command of your first unmanned aerial vehicle (drone). Given their usefulness in a wide range of geospatial work, that’s absolutely a smart decision. But you know it’s not as easy as grabbing...