Surveying

Solving Complex Problems With Bathymetric Survey Drones

Bathymetric survey drones can be an easy solution in times when traditional bathymetric survey techniques are unworkable on bodies of water. In some cases,...

Scientists Map Hidden Continent Sank 23 Million Years Ago

Scientists have been exploring the seafloor off of Australia to unravel the mystery of Zealandia, the 'lost' eighth continent that sank into the sea...

How Google is Using Submarine Cables To Detect Earthquakes?

Google owns the largest submarine cable network in the world. Undersea cables make it possible for us to use the Internet to share, search,...

Using LiDAR to See Deep Ocean

Researchers have advanced a new way to see into the ocean’s depths, establishing an approach to detect algae and measure key properties using light....

SpaceX and L3Harris Chosen For Hypersonic Missile Defense Satellite System

SpaceX has been awarded a $150 million contract to launch the U.S. Department of Defense’s first batch of hypersonic missile defense satellites. This is...

Emlid Launched a Free NTRIP Caster

Emlid Caster is a new easy way to transmit corrections between RTK-capable devices via the Internet.Emlid Caster has a simple interface. Users can create...

Digital Surveying: How To Get Started

We have mentioned ‘digital surveying’ in a few articles recently. Time to explore this subject further and tell you how you can start easily. Your...

Senceive and SNCF are collaborating on modernising track monitoring

French rail infrastructure operator SNCF Réseau and British monitoring technology company Senceive have announced an exclusive two-year research and development collaboration agreement.The exclusive agreement...

PointCab Share: New, Free Point Cloud Viewer

Just in time for Christmas, PointCab, known for their fast and easy point cloud processing software, released a new, free point cloud viewer named...

Why Do Satellites Mostly Operate In L Band?

Most of us who use GNSS data is familiar with the terms of bands and frequencies. But do we entirely understand the functions of...