Posts by woolpert.labs:

The New Standard for Map Accuracy

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 By Woolpert Labs fresh ideas

For years, mapping was characterized by small-scale paper maps produced by low-tech processes and technologies. But over the past 30 years, mapping technologies have rapidly advanced.

Our Planes Fly Themselves

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013 By Woolpert Labs cool things

I’m very proud to announce the purchase of our first UAS (Unmanned Aerial System), the Nova Block III, from our partners, Altavian.

When Agent-Oriented Programming Works

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 By Woolpert Labs cool things

The GEOINT Symposium is always a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues, get updates and insight from the keynote speakers, and check out all the vendors in the exhibit hall. As expected, sequestration was a topic discussed just about everywhere. Consequently, there was also significant discussion of Open Source products as a necessity of needing to do more with less in this environment of persistent budget cuts.

When Agent-Oriented Programming Works

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 By Woolpert Labs in the works

There are several paradigms available within computing to write software, and although the final outcome (what the software actually accomplishes) may be the same, the paradigm used can make a difference for the programmer—especially with regards to flexibility in conceptual representation, design and maintenance.