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xyHt Magazine Heights 2023

Click on the cover to view the Heights 2023 supplement to xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include: From Nadir to Oblique: From traditional airplanes to new-fangled gyroplanes, we take a look at several aspects of the aerial geospatial technologies that just keep getting better. The Future of Photogrammetry: While UAVs continue to emerge as aerial mapping vehicles, there...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 03/31/2023

The First 30cm High-Definition Global Imagery Basemap Woolpert Opens Paris Office, Expands Support for European Customers CNH Industrial to Acquire Hemisphere GNSS Automation Asset Inspection Company Thread Expands into Canada Esri Book Demonstrates How to Create Map Apps with User Experience in Mind The Integration of BIM Data and City Models Using Geo-BIM  VOTIX and Iris Automation...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 03/24/2023

The American-Made CAP50 Drone Takes Flight Geo Connect Asia 2023 Draws Strong International Attendance Progress on Second-Gen Galileo Capabilities Graphisoft’s Archicad Collaborate Makes BIM Technology More Accessible  This 89-year-old has Attended CONEXPO-CON/AGG for Six Decades Bluesky Partners with SkyFi to Widen Global Access to Aerial Imagery Airbus Signs Agreement with TerraNIS to Export Farmstar in...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 03/17/2023

Mach9 Launches New Geospatial Production Software for Global Infrastructure National Geodetic Survey to Present NGS DAY at FIG Working Week Become an Exhibitor and Sponsor at FIG Working Week 2023 Surveyors Exempt for New Universal License Recognition Law in Virginia Topcon Further Expands MC-X Platform for Compact Equipment Advisory Board Announced for Commercial UAV Expo...

Sponsored Content: Revolutionizing Utility Mapping in North America

As many of you already know, inaccurate utility locational data is one of the main causes of utility strikes. In 2021, this has led to an estimated $30 billion societal cost due to delays and damages in the USA alone, according to The 2021 Damage Information Reporting Tool (DIRT) Report released in October by the...

Your State of Happiness

Mapping Your World Kate Berg is GIS lead at the State of Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) and an honoree in xyHt’s 22 Young Geospatial Professionals to Watch in 2022. She has a BS in GIS from UCLA and an MS in natural resources and environment from the University of Michigan....