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The future of surveying? Quantum computing and blockchain

Forty-four years ago, the U.S. government introduced the global navigation satellite system — what's known today as GPS. I remember attending a seminar where this amazing technology was described with speculation about its application in surveying. Since those early...

source: By Robert W. Foster, The American Surveyor
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Why was an earthquake in Virginia felt at more than twice the distance than a similar-sized earthquake in California? Earthquakes east of the Rocky Mountains can cause noticeable ground shaking at much farther distances than comparably sized earthquakes in the West. A magnitude...

source: Sensors & Systems

High performance inertial sensor technology, receiver signal processing, and robotic and indoor navigation presentations all played a big role in technical sessions at the IEEE/ION Position Location and Navigation Symposium...

source: Inside GNSS

Boeing has decided to not submit a proposal to build up to 22 GPS III satellites for the U.S. Air Force. The GPS III Follow On program will supply additional upgraded satellites to replace ones now in the constellation. "We have not put in a proposal for GPS III," said...

source: GPS World

Last February we took a look at how airborne lidar is revolutionizing the science of archeology in Lidar and The Lost City of the Monkey God. Lidar is nothing less than a godsend for the search for lost cities and civilizations. But it comes at a price, one that cash-strapped...

source: xyHt

The nation's intelligence agencies have more data than they know what to do with. What they really need are software algorithms that can magically turn data into that elusive insight known as actionable intelligence. Giving...

source: Space News

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has introduced an online platform designed to help users collaborate and share unclassified data for geospatial technology development efforts. NGA said it developed GEOWorks for organizations and individuals to collectively develop...

source: ExecutiveGov

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