Category Archives: Government

Lidar for Drone Conference – Products and Case Studies

The YellowScan Lidar for Drone 2019 Conference delivered a high value mix of technical product information and detailed case studies. Congratulations to the team and the partners for a great learning experience. As mentioned in a previous blog post the … Continue reading

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GeoIgnite 2019 Issues Call for Speakers

With fewer than 100 days before the inaugural event, GeoIgnite 2019 is adding major sponsors, speakers and exhibitors to the conference schedule every week. Be sure to include this important event in your summer calendar on June 18 and 19 … Continue reading

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NHERI RAPID Facility is Hosting Intensive Workshop

The NHERI – Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure program is hosting an intensive workshop at its RAPID Facility which is located at the University of Washington in Seattle, July 23 – 26, 2019. Workshop Description: The Natural Hazards Reconnaissance Facility … Continue reading

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Dennis Hirota Honored by Titans of Tech Program

Good friend, Dennis Hirota was recently honored with the first Titans of Tech selection. The bar has been set high for future inductees. Congratulations and thanks for all that you are doing for the profession. A Dual Mission For our … Continue reading

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FAA Announces Registration Rules Changes

The FAA announced a small, but important change to the rules concerning the display of your registration number. This is from an article by Matt Fanelli Director of Strategy at Skyward. For more than three years, the FAA has required all … Continue reading

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CORS and OPUS BETA Coordinates Now Available

Attention CORS and OPUS users. The NGS has announced the availability of BETA coordinates for CORS and OPUS websites. BETA Release Overview Updated Coordinates and Velocities BETA Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) coordinates and velocities are now available on the … Continue reading

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NGS 2019 Geospatial Summit – Registration is Required

The NGS 2019 Geospatial Summit will be held in Silver Spring, MD May 6 – 7, 2019. The ongoing modernization of the National Spatial Reference System will be the main focus of the event. The NGS plans to replace the … Continue reading

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Studying Drought Using Lidar in the Amazon Rain Forest

Most people would not expect the Amazon rain forest to be associated with studying drought, yet prolonged dry spells are projected to become more prevalent and severe because of climate change. The question at hand is how these droughts are … Continue reading

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World Magnetic Model Recently Updated Ahead of Time

Magnetic North is not a static position. The World Magnetic Model was recently updated to reflect the fact that the movement of magnetic north has been rapidly progressing northward towards Siberia. From an article by Maya Wei-Haas in National Geographic … 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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