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xyHt Weekly News Recap: 05/14/2021

OCG Appoints 3 New Members to Board of Directors Bluesky, Lighthouse Surveying Map Contaminated Massachusetts Site Esri, IBM Team Up to Tackle Climate Change Small Scanner for Big Success Woolpert Sets Precedent for UAS at Airports Scotland Uses GIS to Boost Broadband in Rural Areas  

xyHt Weekly News Links: 08/21/20

ATLAS and BlackSky Harness Expanded Earth Observation Capabilities Using LiDAR from a Drone for Detailed Mapping of Hard-to-Reach Locations Phase One and Acecore Integrate Camera and Drone Technologies GNSS RTK Rover with Visual Positioning Simplifies Surveying UAS TO Launch Navigation Satellites New Esri Textbooks for Spatial Education

xyHt Weekly News Links: 07/31/20

Riegl Provides High Performance with 3D Laser Scanning Technology for HLR Carlson Announces Next-Generation BRx7 GNSS Receiver Fugro begins extensive site characterisation for ScottishPower Renewables’ East Anglia Hub Woolpert Selected by National Safe Skies Alliance to Develop UAS Response Guidebook for Airports Pearson VUE enters agreement with National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 07/10/2020

*Click here to visit xyHt’s Virtual Trade Show* Drone Integration Work at NY UAS Test Site RIEGL’s Ultimate Lidar Webinar Series Changing Space: INNOspace Masters Winners UAS Summit & Expo Moved to October Lidar Reveals Oldest and Biggest Maya Structure NOAA Pick Woolpert for Shoreline Mapping Project

xyHt Weekly News Links: 03/06/2020

GNSS heading just got more efficient with Septentrio’s AsteRx SB ProDirect UAS Magazine Announces 2020 UAS Summit & Expo Dates Sky Power GmbH introduces the smallest 2-stroke boxer engine SP-56 in their portfolio New! Introducing the NAUTIZ X41 rugged Android handheld Institute of Navigation releases GNSS SDR Metadata Standard Quantum Reversal releases GPS L1/L2 anti-jamming...

The Cost of Compliance: FAA’s NPRM Remote ID: Part Two

Due to a scheduling issue, the January 21st issue of Pangaea (including part one of this series) was published only online. Here’s the link to part one. In part one of this series, we looked at the basics of the FAA’s Remote ID (RID) plan as outlined in its notice of proposed rule-making (NPRM). Now...