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xyHt Weekly News Links: 9/25/20

STAEREA, Microdrones Team Up in Spain Drones and Future-Proofing the Construction Industry The Need for BIM Standards in Digital Construction AI: A Geospatial Revolution Carlson Releases New 2021 Software Riegl Lidar Sensors Aboard New DA42 MPP GeoStar Aircraft Geospatial World Awards 2020  

xyHt Weekly News Links: 06/26/2020

*Click here to visit xyHt’s Virtual Trade Show* SBG Systems has New Miniature Sensors for Navigation Microdrones Invites You to Play the Ultimate Surveying Game Show: SURVEYOR SAYS. Mobile Laser Scanning Technology Workshop Postponed ConTech Roadshows Rescheduled Monitoring and Protecting Ecosystems from Space China Launches Final Beidou Satellite; Completes GPS-like Nav System Ground Penetrating Radar...

Jeff Davis (left) and Nick Tucker (right) monitor the mdLiDAR1000 as it collects data during the Big Creek surveying mission.

Drone Surveying in the Ozarks

Crafton Tull, an engineering and surveying firm, was tasked with the daunting job of surveying up to 160 acres to collect data needed to design a new road through the heart of the Ozarks. Professional surveyors can face intense challenges—especially when they need to complete large, complicated jobs in dangerous terrain. That’s the situation that...

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Sponsored: Microdrones goes to new ultra heights

Sponsored by Microdrones The new mdMapper3000DuoG VHR takes ultra-high resolution Photogrammetry from higher altitudes. Microdrones is releasing three new Integrated UAV Systems based on the heavy lifting power, resilience and efficiency of the Microdrones md4-3000 aircraft: the mdMapper3000DuoG VHR, the mdMapper3000DuoG and the mdMapper3000 PPK. The company has also updated the mdTector1000CH4 LR with a...

Growing Airports with UAVs

Above: AERIUM Analytics conducts Microdrones flights near the Edmonton International Airport control tower. A Canadian UAS provider uses a special UAV with lidar to transform their airport business into supportive infrastructure operations and runway-scanning projects across North America. The skies above Edmonton International Airport (EIA), Canada’s fifth-busiest airport in terms of passengers, are filled with...

UAS + Lidar = “X-ray” Vision

Image above: The same area as shown in the picture to the right with the ground extracted and the trees filtered out. A construction/survey project proves that UAS-borne lidar can penetrate tree cover to yield accurate ground data with improved post-processing times compared to photogrammetric solutions. I’m the VP of remote sensing at Morris P....