Tag Archives: gps

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...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 04/22/2022

Biden Administration Plays Up Billions for Rural Infrastructure AGI Welcomes Business Development Specialist Angela Arriaga Trimble and Infotech Expand Collaboration to Improve Inspection Efficiencies for Infrastructure CHC Navigation Introduces Airborne Lidar Series  Drone Nerds Displays Emerging Drone Technology Solutions at AUVSI XPONENTIAL NSPS Cosigns USGS Streamgages Letter PAR Government and BlackSky Deliver Near Real-Time Imagery Russia is...

Capturing Today’s (and Tomorrow’s) Constellations

Access to all GNSS constellations provides better data, better results Enhancements made to improve the handling of satellite systems (also called constellations) and the increasing number of signals produced by these systems provide a tangible benefit to any solution that requires precise positioning.  Depending on the time of day and the geographical location, some of...

Citizen Geodesist

A GPS on Bench Marks odyssey Philip Melcher of Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group in Visalia, California, has submitted GPS on Bench Marks observations on an incredible 650 Bench Marks all up and down California in the last three years. We will ask Philip a few questions to find out how he has accomplished this,...

Let’s Get Something Straight

In my last Dis-Located column I wrote about the historic, economic, and unusual impact of the Potomac River dividing Maryland and Virginia, saying no other state border impacted either side quite like it. While that is true, several readers pointed out that there are other oddities among state borders created by surveyors or surveying mistakes....

22 Young Geospatial Professionals to Watch in 2022 – 14 of 22

Throughout January xyHt.com will feature the young geospatial professionals who are making a name for themselves in everything from surveying to geographic information systems. xyHt featured all of them in the January issue. Here we will spotlight one each day. Name: Ethan Schreuder Company: Woolpert Current Position: Survey Technician, UAS Subject Matter Expert/Pilot Age: 29...