Category Archives: Business Development

Jason Dolf, CP, CMS-UAS – Aerial Services, Inc.

Jason Dolf is the Flight Operations Manager at Aerial Services, Inc. and he is a key member of the “I am ASI” campaign. ASI is seeking professionals, like you, to share your story. (See below for more information.) Meet Jason … Continue reading

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Lidar for Drone Conference Kicks Off Wednesday

Well, I made it to the south of France where I will be attending YellowScan’s Lidar for Drone conference on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. These small, highly focused events are often the best learning and networking experiences. Look … Continue reading

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Cover Letter is Key to Landing Your Dream Job

GoGeomatics Founder and geospatial career coach, Jon Murphy provides a valuable set of recommendations for writing an effective cover letter. Some of these ideas also apply to report cover letters. From Jon’s article in GoGeomatics. When applying for a geospatial … Continue reading

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Emesent is Data61 Spin-Out – Can Fly Autonomous Without GPS

Emesent, a drone autonomy spin-out from CSIRO’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group, has raised $3.5 million in venture capital to commercialise its first product, Hovermap. Main Sequence Ventures, which manages the CSIRO Innovation Fund, led the funding round along with … Continue reading

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Augmented Reality Requires Powerful 3D Camera

A report from Bloomberg indicates that Apple is planning to launch iPhones in 2020 with a more powerful 3-D camera to support the company’s push into augmented reality, according to people familiar with the plans. The rear-facing, longer-range 3-D camera … Continue reading

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Day 2 at ILMF 2019 Produced a Number of Hidden Gems

Day 2 at ILMF 2019 resulted in discussions and presentations with a number of companies that have truly outstanding products which I doubt you have heard of. The keynotes were interesting, but not quite what I was hoping for, particularly … Continue reading

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Small Satellites – The Next Big Thing in Geospatial Innovation

For all of us in the geospatial industry an important milestone was achieved recently. It was a story on 60 Minutes which introduced the masses to the small satellite boom that is ever so quietly revolutionizing the collection of imagery … Continue reading

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State Farm Granted Waivers for BVLOS and OPA

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence State Farm Insurance in conjunction with Virginia Tech/MAAP obtained two impressive waivers. One for operations beyond visual line of sight and the other for flights over populated areas. State Farm was the first insurance … Continue reading

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Geo Week 2019 Opens with MAPPS, Then ASPRS and ILMF

Geo Week 2019 opened yesterday with the MAPPS Winter Conference,  followed by the ASPRS Annual Conference and ILMF 2019 opening on Monday. This is the first time that the three events have been held in conjunction. It will be interesting … Continue reading

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GeoIgnite Conference Launched by GoGeomatics

GoGeomatics Founder, Jonathon Murphy took the plunge this week announcing GeoIgnite – an exciting new geospatial conference that will be held in Ottawa, Canada June 18 and 19 at the Ottawa Conference Center. The plans are still being finalized for … Continue reading

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