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January 8, 2014

GeoCue Announces LP360 2013.2 Webinar

Madison, Ala., Jan. 6, 2013—Lewis Graham, chief technical officer of GeoCue Corp., will present an upcoming webinar on the new features of LP360 2013.2. This version of LP360 is a major update that contains some exciting and useful new features. One major new improvement is the re-engineered core of our Point Cloud Task (PCT) engine

January 8, 2014

International LiDAR Mapping Forum to Showcase Bathymetric Content at 2014 Event

Portland, Maine, Jan. 7, 2014—Want to learn all about cutting-edge LiDAR technologies and best practices for mapping shorelines and shallow water? The International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF), taking place Feb. 17-19 in Denver, Colo., is offering a first-hand look at the latest techniques and technologies and the expanding roster of applications for 3D bathymetric models

January 8, 2014

Quantum Spatial Senior Vice President Tony Follett Retires

Anchorage, Alaska, Jan. 2, 2014—Quantum Spatial Senior Vice President and Alaska Region Manager Tony Follett has retired after 40 years with the company. During his tenure he was involved in all facets of the business with a particular focus on photogrammetry, surveying, and geospatial project management. Tony was responsible for operations in Alaska, Western Canada,

January 8, 2014

GCS to Develop Big Data Business around IBM Watson

MISSOULA, MONT., Jan. 7, 2014—GCS, a geoanalytics company, has hired Rob Kinnear as Director of Strategic Partnerships. Among Kinnear’s primary responsibilities will be the development of new markets for custom Big Data solutions built on top of the IBM Watson cognitive computing technology. Kinnear brings an ideal background to the challenges of his new position.

January 8, 2014

PennDOT Integrates ArcGIS for Modernized Field Data Collection

Redlands, Calif., Jan. 7, 2014—Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) recently completed a project to manage its road asset and bridge inventory data with Esri technology. The successful implementation received special acknowledgment from Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett last August. With its vast network of aging bridges and roads in need of maintenance, Pennsylvania needed to overhaul

January 8, 2014

DigitalGlobe Announces Top Satellite Image of 2013

A GeoEye-1 image of Mount Vesuvius was named the top satellite image of 2013.

January 8, 2014

BARREL Balloons Work with Satellites

The NASA-funded Balloon Array for Radiation belt Relativistic Electron Losses (BARREL) project is unique, as it relies not on one gigantic balloon, but on many smaller ones—20 in total.

January 8, 2014

Observing the Arctic Thaw

In several months the Arctic will begin to thaw. Perhaps nowhere on Earth is the transformation between seasons so extreme as in the Arctic, especially in the spring.

January 8, 2014

DARPA Developing New Spy Satellite Concept

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has plans to develop an ultimate spy satellite capable of viewing 40 percent of Earth’s surface at once—without glass optics.

January 8, 2014

Unmanned Aircraft Observations May Save Elephants

After 17 elephants were killed by a speeding train in West Bengal, India, the nation’s railways and environment ministries are considering deploying unmanned aircraft systems to help prevent such tragedies. After 17 elephants were killed by a speeding train in West Bengal, India, the nation’s railways and environment ministries are considering deploying unmanned aircraft systems to help prevent such tragedies.

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