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Sharing new thoughts on three GPS segments

July 26, 2017  - By 1 Comments

Possibly during the course of last month’s editorial here, “‘Nearly Perfect’ Not Nearly,” in which I called out the U.S. Air Force for lauding itself a bit much, I veered across the line separating vehemence from over-vehemence. Just possibly. Over-vehemence is a professional hazard of journalism. A... read more

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Here there be dragons: GIS explores the unknown

July 12, 2017  - By 0 Comments

Here there be dragons. That phrase (or a variation of it) was used by early mapmakers to designate the unknown — and alert sailors to the danger of traveling into uncharted waters. I’ve always admired explorers who dared to push the boundaries of the known world.... read more

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Pennsylvania State University assistant professor of geography Anthony Robinson discusses the university’s online geospatial program at the 2017 Esri User Conference, which took place July 10-14 in San Diego, California. The university added a graduate certificate in remote sensing and earth observation to its offerings.

Penn State highlights online GIS master’s degree program at Esri UC

Pennsylvania State University assistant professor of geography Anthony Robinson discusses the university’s online geospatial program at the 2017 Esri User Conference, which took place July 10-14 in San Diego, California. The university added a graduate certificate in remote sensing and earth observation to its offerings. read more

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SXblue introduces Platinum survey-grade GNSS receiver

July 18, 2017  - By 4 Comments

Geneq has introduced the SXblue Platinum, the latest model in the SXblue series. This high-accuracy GNSS receiver is compatible with iOS, Windows and Android Bluetooth, and provides real-time professional-grade positioning information. Powered by 394 channels,... read more

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