SkyTraq Launches New RTK Receiver

The S2525F8-RTK can use 12 GPS, 8 SBAS, 6 BDS and 1 QZSS.


4 weeks and 2 days ago

Leica Introduces New Reference Servers, Monitoring Receiver

More signals included to increase accuracy and minimize interruption.


4 weeks and 2 days ago

Hemisphere GNSS Launches New Survey Smart Antenna

The all-new S321 is ruggedly designed for land and marine surveying.


one month and one week ago

Newfound Value in Drone Aerial Imagery for Real Estate

One market that stands to both give to and gain from geospatial professionals — aerial imaging experts in particular — is real estate. As image-capturing experts within the mapping field increasingly take to drone technology to modernize their techniques, their value to real estate agents continues to grow.

Valerie King
one month and one week ago

Gearing Up for UAV Commercialization

With the global unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) market expected to show double-digit growth over the next five years, government agencies along with private sector companies in surveying, agriculture, energy, retail, utilities, mining, construction, real estate, news media, film production and other fields are seeking out ways to commercialize UAV technology, or to at least use it to introduce new efficiencies and cost savings into their work processes. 

Mary E. Shacklett
one month and one week ago

Drones and Privacy: Transparency is Key

As a technology that allows unmanned aircraft to fly while carrying a variety of sensors, drones are no more invasive than a news helicopter overhead or an emissions monitor with a license plate camera on the side of the road. However, due to the original use of the technology for military purposes, portions of the U.S. public are raising questions about how drones will be used in civilian life, and what will prevent someone from using a drone in a destructive or offensive manner.

Linda Duffy
one month and one week ago