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June 13, 2016

Milrem and Leica Geosystems Announce Pegasus:Multiscope: A New Unmanned Ground Vehicle for Surveying, Security, and Monitoring Applications

ANAHEIM, Calif., June 13, 2016— Milrem and Leica Geosystems today announced Pegasus:Multiscope, the first unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) for off-road use, opening new applications in surveying, security, and monitoring. Combining Milrem’s Multiscope UGV and Leica Geosystems’ Pegasus:Two mobile mapping sensor platform, the UGV provides faster, cost-effective, and flexible technology for commercial and government use, including civil

June 3, 2016

EarthCam Merges Webcams and Drones to Create a New Geospatial Jobsite Model

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—Business and IT leaders in architecture, engineering and construction are in San Francisco to discuss the future of construction technology at ENR's annual FutureTech Conference. EarthCam is using the platform to announce that it will be providing drone and aerial imagery services under the title, EarthCam Air. The newest offering combines its powerful

May 23, 2016

Australian Researchers Call to Minimize Drone Impact on Wildlife

University of Adelaide environmental researchers have called for a ‘code of best practice’ in using unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) for wildlife monitoring and protection, and other biological field research. The researchers, from the University’s Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility (URAF) or Adelaide Drone Hub, say that drones are a useful tool for field research and their

May 16, 2016

NSF Grant to Help NAU Grow Drone Technology for Biologists and Ecologists

Wildlife biologists and ecologists are data starved because current technologies for tracking small animals are time intensive and produce low sample sizes, said Paul Flikkema, Northern Arizona University professor of electrical engineering. NAU researchers have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to develop an unmanned aerial vehicle to find animals in the wild that

February 29, 2016

Keeping Transport Systems on Track

Feb. 29, 2016—Operators of UK transport networks are the first who are set to benefit from Live Land, a satellite-based land monitoring system developed through ESA. Transport operators across the UK face significant challenges in monitoring and detecting landslides and subsidence across their networks. Incidents in the vicinity of roads and railways, resulting from such

February 15, 2016

Archaeologist Explains UAV Use at Fifa for Site Documentation, Monitoring

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles — drones — to document and monitor a ravaged landscape on the Dead Sea Plain in Jordan for the past three years reveals that looting continues at the site, though at a measurably reduced pace, according to a DePaul University archaeologist. “Drones are proving to be powerful new tools

December 18, 2015

CMRE and NOAA Join Forces to Monitor Atlantic Ocean Dynamics

There are strong societal needs for improved prediction of climate variability and its impact on the countries surrounding the tropical Atlantic basin. To address this challenge, in 1997 the United States Department of Commerce - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) initiated the PIRATA (Prediction and Research Moored Array in the Tropical Atlantic) multinational observation

October 30, 2015

NASA Carbon Observatory Reveals Emission Patterns

Scientists busy poring over more than a year of data from NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) mission are seeing patterns emerge as they seek answers to the science questions that drive the mission. Launched in July 2014, OCO-2, an experimental carbon-dioxide measurement mission, is designed to give the international science community a new view of

September 29, 2015

Drones Could Make Forest Conservation Monitoring Significantly Cheaper

Amsterdam, Sept. 28, 2015—Drones could monitor the success of forest regeneration in the tropics, suggests a new study published in Biological Conservation. The researchers say automating the monitoring process leads to equally accurate results and could save a significant amount of time and money. The new research has been selected by an international scientific committee to

September 29, 2015

Aclima and Google Maps Make Commitment to Map Air Pollution in Los Angeles and Other California Cities With Street View Cars

NEW YORK, Sept. 28, 2015—Aclima, a San Francisco company specializing in the development, design and deployment of environmental sensor networks, announced today that Aclima and Google Maps commit to measuring and mapping air quality within three major California metropolitan communities including the Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Central Valley regions. The initiative utilizes Aclima’s newly-tested

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