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Bluesky Aerial Maps Help Assess Risk of Flash Floods

Aerial photography from Bluesky is being used to identify changes in sediment movement in upland river courses, to help assess the risk of flash flooding. In research centred on the English Lake District National Park, the imagery is helping map region-wide river erosion and sedimentation patterns. Using a Geographical Information System (GIS), Bluesky’s aerial maps, dating...

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Open data – engine for innovation or simply hot air?

The INTERGEO conference will be hosting what promises to be an exceptionally transparent panel discussion between open data officers. They will be leaving no stone uncovered: Can open data meet the high expectations vested in it as a driver of innovation and engine of industry? Or does reality seem to fall short? If so, what...

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Aeroscout introduces Scout B-330 UAV Helicopter

Aeroscout, a partner of performance leading LiDAR manufacturer RIEGL, is to present the Scout B-330 UAV helicopter. It is built with a high payload capacity of up to 50 kg (110 lbs), a long flight endurance (at least three hours) and the capability of flying at very high altitudes (up to 3,000m above sea level)...

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Leica iCON excavate systems supports SVAB MACS control system

Leica Geosystems announced its iCON excavate machine control solutions now support tilt rotator control systems manufactured by SVAB, developer of ergonomic and user-friendly control systems for industrial vehicles and equipment.

The SVAB technology enables the Leica iCON excavate iXE2 and iXE3 multifunctional 2D and 3D control systems to read the rotation value through the SVAB MACS...
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