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The Future of GPS
October 4, 2017
More than half a century after a study by The Aerospace Corporation first laid out the design options for it, the Global...
Geodetic Control over Time and Space in California
August 4, 2017
Interview with Scott Martin, Chief of Geodetic Control and GNSS Surveys, California DoT Matteo Luccio: Scott, what is your...
Shifting Ground: USGS on Earth Movement after an Earthquake
June 29, 2017
Ken Hudnut, science advisor for risk reduction, US Geological Survey, talks GPS and earthquakes Editor’s note: In many...
GNSS Mission: Accomplished
April 12, 2017
Editor’s note: So rarely do new major players arise in the high-precision GNSS industry that we feel the following to be a significant...
Championing GNSS for Surveyors
February 21, 2017
Lonnie Sears’ passion for surveying began when he took a surveying class while studying engineering at West Virginia Tech....
Moving Dirt Just Right
August 30, 2016
GNSS receivers help steer earth movers, providing users with accurate positions and no complexities. NavCom–a wholly owned...
Advancing GNSS, Full Interview
May 16, 2016
Interview with Septentrio’s Business Development Manager, Jan Van Hees, and R&D Director, Bruno Bougard Septentrio...
ADVANCING GNSS: A profile of Septentrio
March 7, 2016
Septentrio makes high-precision GNSS receivers for commercial and scientific applications. Its origins are in European space...
Satellite Signals Steer Farmers Straight
December 29, 2014
Precision agriculture combines GPS, remote sensing, and GIS to capture large amounts of georeferenced data on spatial variations...
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