Monthly Archives: August 2014

The FOSS4Geo Academy Releases QGIS Online Training

Corpus Christi, Texas Read More About: data management, education, geospatial, gis, gtcm, learning, online, qgis, remote sensing,spatial analysis, training The FOSS4Geo Academy announces the launch of its QGIS […]

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Don’t Miss These Resources on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)

From: www.directionsmag.com FAA and other U.S. Government resources Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Special Airworthiness […]

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The Top Five Things You Need to Know about Drones and GIS

from: www.directionsmag.com Monday, August 25th 2014 0 Comments By Bill McNeil Read More About: drones, lidar, remote sensing, uav Classified Ads: What direction […]

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A Glossary of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Terms

From www.directionsmag.com 2.4 Ghz: The frequency used by digital (spread spectrum) radio communications in our applications, including 2.4Ghz RC, […]

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New to the Archaeologist’s Tool Kit: The Drone

www.nytimes.com By WILLIAM NEUMAN and RALPH BLUMENTHALAUG. 13, 2014 CHEPÉN, Peru — A small remote-controlled helicopter buzzed over ancient hilltop ruins here, […]

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Smart mapping to turn sci-fi into reality

Aug 21, 2014 — Smart mapping technology will play a vital role in moving Australia’s environmental monitoring into the […]

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ASPRS Establishes the First UAS Mapping Calibration Test Course

BETHESDA, Md., August 22, 2014 – The first mapping calibration test course for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) will be […]

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Extreme Drought Is Causing Land In The Western U.S. To Rise Upward

No, you’re not getting taller. By Loren Grush  Posted 08.21.2014 at 3:45 pm www.popsci.com  GPS Station A network of GPS stations […]

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Agricultral Land Use Changes, 2001-2012, Southeastern Iowa, Using Landsat 4 & 5 Tm Imagery

Authors: Jie Ren, James B. Campbell, and Yang Shao In central regions of the U. S. Corn Belt, agricultural […]

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Making Better Digital Maps in an Era of Standardization

www.citylab.com  LAURA BLISS  Aug 20, 2014 What’s in a map? Or better yet, what should be? The question of […]

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