Articles in the His Coordinates Category

Feb 2023 | No Comment

With the help of computer vision, AI and ML, we can extract meta data information for decision making. Photogrammetry plays a key role in this process says Alexander Wiechert, CEO of Vexcel Imaging in an interview with Coordinates

Alexander Wiechert

CEO of Vexcel Imaging

Congratulations on completion of 30 years of Vexcel Imaging. Could …

Oct 2022 | No Comment

Ing. Jirí Svaton

Msc. in wireless communications, Ph.D. in radio electronicss at Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) He was a postdoc for a short time at EPFL Lausanne (2021) and is currently a scientist at CTU. Jiri also teaches and leads students in signals and systems and radio-positioning. His professional interest is the effective processing …

Oct 2022 | No Comment

John Johnson-Allen

MA FRHistS FRIN MIoS, Chairman, Institute of Seamanship

Joining BP Tanker Co. as an an apprentice at the age of 16, he left as a Second Officer. He maintained his interest in the sea as a Royal Yachting Association lecturer for 22 years, teaching evening classes and also two years at Lowestoft College teaching Iranian …

Oct 2022 | No Comment


Dr. Capt. Hesham M. Helal

Secretary General 0f International Association of Institutes of Navigation (IAIN), President of Arab Institute of Navigation (AIN) and Dean of Maritime Postgraduate Studies Institute, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT)

Would you like to tell us about the International Association of Institute of …

Oct 2022 | No Comment

Air Vice-Marshal Kym Osley

CSC, FAIN, Executive Secretary, Australian Institute of Navigation (AIN)

Air Vice-Marshal (AVM) Kym Osley joined the Air Force in 1977 and flew as an aerial navigator in F-111, Phantom, F-18 and other fast jet aircraft. In the 1990s, AVM Osley was responsible for major strike-reconnaissance projects within Capability Development (Air) Branch before becoming …

Dec 2021 | No Comment

Maj Gen (Dr) B Nagarajan

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, Kanpur, India

Why is geodesy an indispensable science? How it has evolved over the years?
Geodesy is the science of accurately measuring and understanding the three fundamental properties of the Earth: its geometric shape, its orientation in space, and its gravity field. …

Oct 2021 | No Comment

Dr. Guenter Heinrichs

Head of Client Solutions, Business Development, IFEN GmbH

"With IFEN’s NCS NOVA GNSS simulator customers can automatically generate the new Galileo signal capabilities” – Please elaborate.
The NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator is a highly capable, powerful and easy to use satellite navigation testing and R&D device. A recent key enhancement to the NCS NOVA …

Apr 2021 | No Comment

James van Rens

Strategic Advisor RIEGL Group / Government & Industry Relations.

In the present challenging times, how has RIEGL adapted itself and have also come out with technology solutions for its customers especially ‘operating remotely’?
RIEGL is committed to ensure our customers’ needs are met. While our company as a whole has adapted to what is now …

Sep 2020 | No Comment

John Pottle

Director, Royal Institute of Navigation

With the world turning upside down, do you think this is time for the organisations to redefine their vision and missions in line with the changing paradigm?
Covid-19 has impacted practically every organisation and citizen across the globe. First I would like to say that my thoughts are with those who …

Jul 2020 | No Comment

says PS Acharya, CEO, National Spatial Data Infrastructure(NSDI), Department of Science & Technology, Government of India shares the status, activities and future plans of NSDI in India in an interview with Coordinates magazine

PS Acharya

CEO, National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), Department of Science & Technology, Government of India

What is the status of NSDI?
Over the years, …