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Aerial Survey Firm Purchases First Leica CityMapper-2

Hexagon’s Geosystems division has announced that Aero Photo Europe Investigation (APEI), an international aerial survey firm with headquarters in Moulins,... (read more)

Paracosm Partners up with Geo-Plus to Expand Land Survey Offering

Paracosm has announced a partnership with Geo-Plus to offer the VisionLiDAR point cloud processing software in a bundle with the PX-80 handheld scanner. Joining... (read more)

Tygron Enters Esri Partner Network

The Dutch Esri Partner Network is expanding with Tygron as a Silver Partner. The collaboration between Tygron – the company behind the Tygron Geodesign Pl... (read more)

Leica Geosystems Launches New MultiStation

Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, has unveiled the new Leica Nova MS60. According to the company, the MS60 MultiStation brings sensor fusion to the next level... (read more)

President Trump Signs Executive Order on Positioning, Navigation and Timing

US President Donald Trump has signed an Executive Order (EO) establishing a comprehensive national policy promoting the responsible use of positioning, navigati... (read more)

senseFly Receives Financial Boost from Parrot

Through its parent organization Parrot, senseFly has recapitalized its balance sheet and funding, guaranteeing a healthy operational outlook as it continues its... (read more)

Blockchain – An Emerging Opportunity for Surveyors?

Every so often, a revolutionary digital breakthrough emerges. The most recent is a technology allowing a decentralized, reliable and verifiable record of transa... (read more)

Geo Connect Asia Rescheduled due to Corona Virus Concerns

Geo Connect Asia 2020, Southeast Asia’s inaugural geospatial event, has been cancelled in light of the Covid-19 (corona virus) outbreak. Themed &lsqu... (read more)

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Will Artificial Intelligence Die Another Silent Death?

Artificial intelligence (AI) was first presented as a potential solution for object recognition some 50 years ago, but died a silent death along its winding road, writes Mathias Lemmens in his latest column. Now, big geodata is driving the need for automated mapping and reviving the interest in AI. But will the optimistic promises of deep learning come true this time? Never before in history have humans generated such gigantic volumes of geodata as we do today. The production of images and point... (read more)
 
 
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