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Ask the Specialist: Optimizing BVLOS

What will be the impact of beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) on the application of drones in the geospatial surveying profession? At GIM International, we received this question from one of our readers and forwarded it to Pierre-Alain Marchand, who is employed as R&D regulatory compliance manager at senseFly. The Switzerland-based company is the manufacturer of the renowned eBee and eBee X, UAVs that are commonly used by geospatial surveyors. BVLOS operations have progressed in l... (read more)
Introduction

An interview is the ultimate opportunity to get to know key figures in the geomatics industry. The interview is a regular part of the GIM International magazine and is written to reveal the view of a professional, company or organisation regarding specific topic within geomatics. Topical questions will be answered by the interviewee concerning his company, organisation, products, market views, philosophies or strategies. Apart from the regular interview, the rubric ‘5 Questions to…’ is a short article and a quick way to introduce someone or something in the business.

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The Rail BIM 2030 Roadmap Project

The Rail BIM 2030 Roadmap has been developed collaboratively by the Korea Railroad Research Institut... (read more)

5 Questions to… Sander Oude Elberink, GSW2019

In June this year, the Dutch city of Enschede welcomed the photogrammetry and remote sensing communi... (read more)

5 Questions to… René Worms, Head of Global Sales, Atmos UAV

Atmos UAV recently announced the appointment of René Worms as its head of global sales. Worms... (read more)

5 Questions to… Gilles Labossière, CEO, senseFly

senseFly recently announced its brand-new UAV solution called eBee X, giving 'GIM International' a g... (read more)

Celebrating 25 Years of Photogrammetry Software Innovation

Racurs has a 25-year track record of success in the Russian and worldwide geomatics markets. The com... (read more)
 
 
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GIM International - 2019 July/August issue