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Outlook 2021

Our recent December 2020 / January 2021 issue features a special pull-out section for “Outlook 2021”. You can click here to view it!

Position Available – Director, Conrad Blucher Institute

Director, Conrad Blucher Institute – The Conrad Blucher Institute (CBI) Director will lead the institute, averaging approximately 70 faculty, staff and student employees while maintaining a unique organizational culture. The director’s expertise will lead research teams in securing extramural finding and establish and maintain strong ties with the profession, the research community and funding agencies...

xyHt Magazine Digital Edition: November 2020

xyHt November 2020: here it is! If you don’t have a subscription to our print editions, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, never fear—here’s the digital edition. Click here, or on the cover to the right, to view the November 2020 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include:...

Weekly News Links: 10/30/2020

See the New Riegl VUX-120 Lidar Sensor YellowScan Launches Updated Mapper Product MGISS Helps Urban Surveyors with Ultimate Accuracy The Future of LiDAR is Critical to the Future of Our World China Experiencing a Drone ‘Revolution’ in Agriculture The Dashcam Built for Mapmaking Swift Navigation’s Production-Grade SSR Service is Now Available Across Two Continents

xyHt Weekly News Links: 10/23/2020

Septentrio announces open source software and hardware for autonomous applications with GNSS  SBG Systems to release the virtual base station feature in Qinertia, its in-house post-processing software McKim & Creed Acquires­ Water Loss Recovery and Control Firm Trimble, Boston Dynamics Announce Strategic Alliance Connecting the Physical to the GIS World Comparison of Three Lidar Captures...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 10/16/2020

How UAVs Make a Difference in Modern ForestryNew Topcon Robotic Total StationEarth Define Maps U.S. TreesNASA to Study Trees Impact on Remote SensingHxGN Content Program delivers airborne DSM to the Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG)Ronda Schrenk to Serve as USGIF Foundation CEO