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In Vegas, a Vision of the Future

If further proof is needed that in-person conferences are back and stronger than ever, just turn to last month’s Commercial UAV Expo in Las Vegas. A record number of attendees spent three days perusing a jam-packed Caesars Forum convention hall looking at everything from long-established Amazon Prime’s latest delivery drone to up-and-coming Fixar’s autonomous fixed-wing...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 09/30/2022

Teledyne and Seabed 2030 to Study Impacts of Volcanic Eruption in Tonga Greater St. Louis, Inc. Wins Esri Special Achievement in GIS Award Bluesky Takes to the Skies to Capture More Oblique Views of UK Cities Bentley, Genesys to Provide 3D Mapping Capabilities for Cities across India Free Webinar: What’s the Latest in Survey and...

Staying Fluid: The Ocean Decade 

More than 23 percent of the ocean seabed is now mapped  Seabed 2030 is a partnership between the Nippon Foundation and the General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) and aims to map the entire planet’s seabed by 2030. To date, the project has mapped around 23.4 percent of the seabed. The latest data was...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 09/16/2022

New Report Assesses Effects of Operating a Terrestrial Radio Network Near GPS Frequency Bands UESI Surveying & Geomatics Conference 2022 Registration for CONEXPO-CON/AGG and IFPE 2023 is Open Airbus, Hiratagakuen to Test Future eVTOL Flight Routes in Kansai Region Hexagon Announces Aerial Data Collection of Eight U.S. States at 6-inch Resolution Susan O’Malley to be...

xyHt Weekly News Recap: 09/23/2022

Diane Dumashie Elected President of FIG Apple Co-Founder Wozniak to Join Trimble CEO on the Keynote Stage at Trimble Dimensions InterGeo 2022 Set for Essen, Germany, Next Month New Trimble TerraFlex Software Edition Simplifies GIS Data Capture Bluesky Takes to the Skies to Capture More Oblique Views of UK Cities The GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) Welcomes...

Looking Forward: Up Above and Down Below

by Jeff Thoreson TWO MAJOR ASPECTS OF THE FUTURE OF THE GEOSPATIAL INDUSTRY don’t have much to do with surveyor boots on the ground—or the ground at all. The next few years of progression in our fields will have a lot to do with what flies above and what lies beneath. Unmanned aerial vehicles—a politically...