Natural Resources

First Forge Echo Handheld Released for Foresters

December 10, 2012By

F4 Devices has released the Forge Echo for forestry professionals. “Shipping the first product out this week is a great milestone for us,” said Mark Milligan, president of F4 Tech. “We have been working for years to produce a rugged handheld specifically made by and for foresters and professionals who work in the natural resource community. Seeing the first product... read more

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How Do You Topcon? Contest Launched

November 7, 2012By
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  Topcon Positioning Systems has launched the second annual “How do you Topcon?” video contest with the slogan, “However and whenever you Topcon, we want to see it!” The contest includes four categories: Most innovative or creative use of Topcon equipment; Funniest video or infomercial; Best testimonial or “on-the-job” story; The “wow” Factor. The contest will run through December 15,... read more

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Trimble Makes RTX Coverage Announcement at Trimble Dimensions

November 6, 2012By
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Trimble has expanded coverage of its satellite-delivered Trimble RTX technology for surveyors to most of the world. Trimble has also introduced post-processing capability for its CenterPoint RTX positioning service for farmers. Both announcements were made at the Trimble Dimensions 2012 conference being held in Las Vegas this week. RTX technology enables Trimble xFill, a new technique in RTK and VRS surveying... read more

Trimble’s Yuma 2 Rugged Tablet Provides Full Office Capabilities

October 29, 2012By

Trimble introduced today the Yuma 2 rugged tablet computer, which it says is a powerful mobile computing solution that provides full office capabilities in the field for construction, transportation, public safety, field service, forestry, utilities, mapping, insurance and any other outdoor or service-related industry. The Yuma 2 offers a seven-inch capacitive multi-touchscreen in an easy-to-hold form factor that measures 6.3... read more

CoreLogic: Top 25 Zip Codes in NYC at Risk of Property Damage from Hurricane Sandy

October 29, 2012By

  Note to Readers: The CoreLogic storm-surge analysis provided below was developed based on the projected path of Hurricane Sandy as of 12:30 p.m. ET Monday, October 29. CoreLogic has released data showing the top 25 zip codes in New York City-Northern New Jersey-Long Island that are at risk of exposure to residential property damage from hurricane-driven storm-surge flooding when... read more

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Hemisphere GPS Offers Vector Compass Products for Marine Applications

October 4, 2012By

Today, Hemisphere GPS introduces the Vector VS330 and Vector VS131 GPS compass products that provide high performance heading, position, heave, and attitude data. The new Vector products are designed for professional marine applications such as hydrographic and bathymetric surveys, dredging, oil platform positioning, and buoys that demand a high level of 3D positioning accuracies. Based on Hemisphere GPS’ Eclipse GNSS... read more

Trimble Adds Two Handhelds to GIS Data Collection Portfolio

October 4, 2012By
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Trimble introduced today the Trimble Geo 5 and Juno 5 handheld GNSS devices, further extending Trimble’s portfolio for data collection, maintenance and inspection applications. The Geo 5 and Juno 5 series are both optimized for GIS field workflows, including Trimble’s TerraSync field software available on all Trimble GIS platforms. Since 1994, the Trimble GeoExplorer line of GNSS handhelds has been... read more

Esri and PCI Geomatics Announce Imagery Grant Program to Support Natural Resources Management

August 20, 2012By

Esri, PCI Geomatics, MDA, and RapidEye announced their new Natural Resources Imagery Grant Program. The grant program will provide software, data, and training for detecting and analyzing land-cover change through the combined use of geographic information system (GIS), image processing, and remote-sensing technologies. read more

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