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Technologists have rushed to assist residents in the deadly mudslides in southern California with a new map that shows the likelihood of the flow of debris in a given area. The debris map, developed by the geospatial software company...

source: State Scoop

Providing high-speed internet access to businesses and residences is a highly active and expanding field. It closely involves geographic information systems to efficiently achieve fiber to the home or fiber to the premises, the installation and use of optical fiber from...

source: GPS World

The LiDAR market is approaching a tipping point of mass market adoption that spans from individual to fleet vehicles, factory and farm automation, to UAVs. While there is an explosion in demand for high-performance, low-cost LiDAR to meet a broad spectrum of commercial and...

source: Geo Informatics

Maps are not just driving apps today; they are driving economies, too. Geography is a component of every major decision that organizations and individuals must make every day. So, it's only a matter of intuition for any forward-thinking...

source: Geospatial World

GPS firms are concerned about a proposal by another L band satellite firm to build more ground terminals as part of a combined satellite-ground communication network. The proposal is from Iridium, a mobile satellite service that...

source: Inside GNSS

In the coming months, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission may allow high-powered, ground-based, communication transmitters to broadcast at a frequency near GPS L1. U.S. Department of Transportation tests have shown that such transmitters effectively become jammers...

source: GPS World


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