Articles in the Interviews Category
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
CEO, National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), Department of Science & Technology, Government of India
What is the status of NSDI?
Over the years, …
Alexander Wiechert, CEO Vexcel Imaging in an interview with Coordinates, at the launch of UltraCam Osprey 4.1 large-format aerial camera
CEO, Vexcel Imaging
Why do you call UltraCam Osprey 4.1 of next generation?
The Osprey 4.1 is represents a completely new UltraCam camera architecture with major new developments in literally all components of the camera system. …
Qinertia, SBG Systems’ in-house INS/GNSS post-processing software now offers a GNSS license allowing surveyors to post-process both static and kinematic GNSS data. In an interview with Coordinates magazine, Raphaël Siryani, Chief Software Architect and co-founder of SBG Systems talks more about the software
Chief Software Architect and cofounder of SBG Systems
Qinertia supports all major GNSS …
CHC Navigation has announced the availability of its Apache3 Marine Drone, which brings a series of new features and additional enhancements to make lake, river and coastal hydrographic surveys even more productive. Combining a dual GNSS positioning and heading sensor, a stable and reliable hull attitude and an IMU sensor, the APACHE3 USV allows an …
Professor Peter Teunissen
shares his views on a wide range of subjects related to GNSS
Professor Peter Teunissen has recently received Johannes Kepler Award from ION for his influential and groundbreaking contributions to the algorithmic foundations of satellite navigation and sustained dedication to the global education of next generation of navigation engineers (https://www.ion.org/ awards/2019- Kepler.cfm ). He …
Professor David Last
Consultant Engineer and Expert Witness specialising in Radio Navigati on and Communicati ons Systems. He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Bangor, Wales and Past-President of the Royal Insti tute of Navigati on
In July this year, Galileo suff ered a week-long outage? How do you regard this ‘technical incident’?
Outages can happen. …
Chris Rizos is an Emeritus Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering and a co-director of the Satellite Navigation and Positioning (SNAP) Lab at UNSW. Chris is president-elect of the International Union of Geodesy & Geophysics (IUGG).
Professor Rizos’ early fascination with old maps and Australia’s exploring pioneers sparked his own exploration of …
co-founder and the person responsible for research and development at Gexcel srl.
Gexcel started with the mission to turn the latest scientific achievements in the field of geomatics into hitech products and services for wide areas of application. How far have you been able to achieve your mission?
We can say that we achieved our mission …