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xyHt Weekly News Recap: 01/21/2022

John Palatiello: 40 Years on the Geospatial Job DOT Makes Historic Bridge Investment Under Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Phase One Unveils Wide-Area Aerial Camera with Global Shutter Sensor Technology Sonardyne Hybrid Positioning Chosen for Vessels Across Energy and Science Seiler Instrument to Expand Presence as a Geospatial Solutions Provider in Iowa and Illinois Kinematic Lidar Data Processing...

Digital Twins for Utilities

More and more cities are recognizing the tremendous benefits that a digital twin provides to: its planners, those responsible for operations and maintenance of city infrastructure including utilities, private architects and engineers striving for compliance with city ordinances and by-laws, and the public. Among the elements essential to developing successful digital twins is recognizing that...

A mosiac of panoramic images provides a complete, detailed view of a processing facility. A few minutes of imaging can replace hours of more conventional surveying. The precise locations of the photostations (shown as models of the imaging rover) are measured using GNSS or total stations.

Creating Energy From Images

Geospatial information has long played an essential role in the energy industry, but now a new technology is cutting costs while improving the flow of knowledge. Editor’s note: The energy sector, oil and gas in particular, has grown more rapidly in the past half dozen years than in the past half a century. New fields,...