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xyHt Digital Magazine: June 2024

xyHt magazine’s June 2024  issue focuses on hydrography in the geospatial world. As the oceans become increasingly important and the “blue economy” grows, the topic is becoming more important to understand.    As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, don’t...

Heights 2024

Click on the cover to view the Heights 2024 supplement to xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include: Moving into the Future: A small Texas photogrammetry company adopted UAVs and is now taking its business to new heights.  Modular Drone Sensor Payloads: The goal was flexibility. How Balko Technologies developed a truly modular solution that can evolve with the technologies and help...

xyHt Digital Magazine: April 2024

xyHt magazine’s April 2024  issue focuses on land surveying by looking at changes above ground and an interesting survey below ground.  As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, don’t fret, here is the digital edition. Click here or on the...

xyHt Digital Magazine: Dec 23/Jan 24

xyHt magazine’s December/January  issue is our annual look at young geospatial professionals who are becoming movers and shakers in the industry. This month the magazine presents 24 young pros to watch for 2024. As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your...

Recording Earth’s Changes

Looking Forward What could you do if the entire world was remapped every 12 days? How would that impact your sector of the geospatial world? I pose the question because it is in the process of being answered, though not necessarily from the geospatial professionals’ point of view. So, it is important that we all...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 11/11/22

Former NGA Director Robert Sharp Joins UMSL Geospatial Collaborative Registration Open for 2023 Common Ground Alliance Expo Sneak Peak at GeoWeek AI Improves the Location of Objects Inside Industrial Environments RIEGL announces NEW VZ-600i