By On September 7, 2016

Outsmarting Landslides with Drones

As the rules of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) continue to evolve, and many people still have reservations about the safety of the technology, we’ve been deploying our drones to make communities safer by monitoring current and potential landslide areas around the country.

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By On July 11, 2016

Top 7 Woolpert + Google Solutions You Didn’t Know Could Help Your Business

The partnership we have with Google offers a slew of solutions that may not seem obvious at first but are extremely useful once discovered. So let’s shed some light on the freshest and most useful applications of this Google Maps for Work technology combined with our rich, geospatial history and expertise.

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By On July 6, 2016

USGS Finds a Trusted Partner in Woolpert for Testing New Lidar Tech

Last year, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) wanted a trusted partner to help evaluate the new lidar technologies of Geiger Mode and Single Photon that were recently introduced to the market by Harris Corp. and Sigma Space Corp. (now Hexagon), respectively. Our well-respected reputation and technical expertise in the field made the case for […]

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By On February 18, 2016

Live from Visual Studio Live 2016

Post by Mark Millman Visual Studio Live! 2016 Visual Studio: Everywhere for Everyone and Everything That’s what I’m calling it: Visual Studio and SQL Server on Linux and Cross-Platform development for Windows, Linux, iOS, and Android platforms. I use Eclipse, NetBeans, JDeveloper, and Visual Studio and hands-down, no question about it, nothing compares to Visual […]

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