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Geov8 Announces Dr. Jason Stoker as Geov8 2016 Expo Presenter

Announces Dr. Jason Stoker as 2016 Expo Presenter -

"What is OPUS Projects" Webinar by Dan Martin for the 2015 Geov8 Expo. OPUS Projects is a natural extension of OPUS that allows engineers, surveyors, and other users to position campaign-style GPS observations (geodetic networks) with greater accuracy by combining them through multi-baseline processing and least-squares adjustments. #GPS #Maps #Mapping #OPUS #NGS #NOAA #Surveying #Engineers #GIS

"What is OPUS Projects" Webinar by Dan Martin for the 2015 Geov8 Expo. OPUS Projects is a natural extension of OPUS that allows engineers, surveyors, and other users to position campaign-style GPS observations (geodetic networks) with greater accuracy by combining them through multi-baseline processing and least-squares adjustments. #GPS #Maps #Mapping #OPUS #NGS #NOAA #Surveying #Engineers #GIS

"What is OPUS Projects" Webinar by Dan Martin for the 2015 Geov8 Expo. OPUS Projects is a natural extension of OPUS that allows engineers, surveyors, and other users to position campaign-style GPS observations (geodetic networks) with greater accuracy by combining them through multi-baseline processing and least-squares adjustments. #GPS #Maps #Mapping #OPUS #NGS #NOAA #Surveying #Engineers #GIS

"What is OPUS Projects" Webinar by Dan Martin for the 2015 Geov8 Expo. OPUS Projects is a natural extension of OPUS that allows engineers, surveyors, and other users to position campaign-style GPS observations (geodetic networks) with greater accuracy by combining them through multi-baseline processing and least-squares adjustments. #GPS #Maps #Mapping #OPUS #NGS #NOAA #Surveying #Engineers #GIS

Watch Eagle Tackle Drone Mid-Air - Fortune

An eagle takes down a drone mid-air, tackling the flying robot out of the sky, in this video from the Dutch company Guard from Above.

A Tiny Selfie Drone You Don’t Need To Register With The FAA  |  TechCrunch

The palm-sized ONAGOfly is an affordable GPS-enabled drone that automatically takes photos using smile and obstacle recognition technology. - Get your first quadcopter today. TOP Rated Quadcopters has the best Beginner, Racing, Aerial Photo

California Residents Turn to Drones to Document Coastal Erosion  - NBC News

Image: Trent Lukaczyk sets up drone to take photos and videos over coastline in Pacifica, Calif., from an Associated Press article on California tech junkies using drones and other technology to document coastal erosion.

Nearly 300,000 civilian drones registered in US in 30 days | Technology | The Guardian

UAV regulation: is the FAA warming up to users?

Drone Regulations Should Focus on Safety and Privacy - The New York Times

Private drones can be can be used to snoop on people and they can threaten other aircraft. Regulations on them seem inevitable, says the Editorial Board.

When Good Drones Go Bad | WIRED

When Good Drones Go Bad - As consumer drones become more capable one new study shows they become more of a threat. The post When Good Drones Go Bad appeared first on WIRED.

Insurer uses drones to inspect bushfire damage in Australian first

Drones are being useful helping people rebuild after a traumatic start to the bushfire season in Australia.

Lily drone saw $34 million in pre-orders from 60,000 people - Business Insider

The company behind the failed Lily drone may be under criminal investigation

Super-maneuverable drone airplanes are coming

Super-maneuverable drone airplanes are coming Helicopter-like drones are extremely nimble, but their fixed-wing counterparts aren’t so lucky. Chinese researchers have a way to bring some of that.