By On February 23, 2018

Flying with the Big Boys at SAV

Last month, my team and I headed from Dayton, Ohio, down to Savannah, Ga., to fly our UAS at the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV). Now, this is kind of a big deal. With F-35 fighter jets landing right beside us, our test UAS flights were some of the first to occur at a fully […]

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By On January 12, 2018

Top 7 Geospatial Trends to Watch in 2018

Let’s talk geospatial trends. Here are the seven that I predict will dominate the geospatial community’s 2018 conversation:

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By On December 14, 2017

The Eyeball Perspective

Cartography offers an opportunity to view our world from a variety of unique perspectives. For thousands of years, cartographers have tried to create flat representations of our round planet by partitioning, measuring, mosaicking and controlling its surface. Modern cartography has further unlocked entire industries of analysis and intelligent decision-making about the land and our impact […]

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By On November 20, 2017

Small UAS: Don’t Be Disrupted By Disruptive Technology

Drones, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)—whatever you prefer to call them—are taking the geospatial community by surprise. UAS are almost becoming disruptive technology, or new technology introduced to society that deviates from the norm and changes the way we do business.

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