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GPS / GNSS
The GIS Department in Columbia County, Ga., is mapping buried fiber cables as fast as its field crews can walk—even under tree canopy.
CHC Geomatics Office (CGO) supports GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou
Application allows for multi-channel, track-based geographic video playback
Tuck Mapping Solutions enjoys a well-earned reputation as an innovator in the geospatial data collection business. The Big Stone Gap, Va., mapping firm was among the first to improve the accuracy of airborne LiDAR by installing the scanner in a helicopter for lower and slower operations. Tuck Mapping also led the industry in co-mounting an aerial camera with a LiDAR in one helicopter for simultaneous capture of imagery and elevation data.
For three days in October, Essen, Germany, served as the center of the world—or at least, the center of how the geospatial community looks at the world.
From Oct. 8-10, the city in the Ruhr area of western Germany hosted Intergeo, one of the premier conferences for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. With a history dating back to the eighth century and roots in industry and religion, Essen focused its attention on the geospatial world—for a few days at least.
What did it show?
Juniper Archer 2 field computer packaged with Altus’ APS-3 GNSS RTK receiver.
GNSS data collection solution adds remote positioning capability for greater productivity.