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FARO introduces PointSense 18.0 Suite

FARO has announced the availability of the FARO® PointSense 18.0 software suite. This robust software platform evolution delivers seamless integration into the latest 2018 AutoCAD® and Revit® design tools, a better user experience, improved software handling, and enhanced efficiency in processing software data.

The one stop bundle and compatibility across the broad range of Autodesk architecture, engineering, construction and surveying products makes this the most cost effective solution of its kind currently available.

Distribution of WorldView-4 satellite imagery in Europe begins

European Space Imaging starts commercial distribution of WorldView-4 satellite imagery in Europe – A new ground station and a unique 30 cm satellite constellation enable unprecedented capabilities

European Space Imaging announced that the company has started operations of its new ground station with access to the entire satellite fleet of its WorldView Global Alliance partner DigitalGlobe.

PCI Geomatics releases Geomatica 2017

PCI Geomatics has released Geomatica 2017 – the latest version of the company’s complete and integrated desktop, geo-image processing software featuring tools for remote sensing, digital photogrammetry, geospatial analysis, mosaicking and more.

This release greatly expands Geomatica capabilities by adding two new packages, as well as improving core technology and satellite sensor support. “The common theme behind all the advances in Geomatica 2017 is making complex technologies easier to use, for both experts and non-experts” said David Piekny, Product Marketing Manager at PCI Geomatics.

Smartphone-based Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for Agriscience Applications

Galileo Group, Inc. has launched ARMADA™ smartphone-based hyperspectral system for agri-science applications and research, opening the way for generational improvement capabilities in phenotyping, disease detection and experimental plant characterization and modeling.

A new technology with far-reaching capabilities, ARMADA™ is in launch readiness to provide real-time status analyses regarding crop health to include possible nutrient adjustments, weed identifications, herbicide applications and more from the palm of your hand. The data collected can be sent remotely to an office, lab or home computer from the field for immediate scrutiny, so the user may consider an appropriate and timely response for overall crop robustness.

Russia to establish new Earth’s remote sensing center in Antarctica

The second center of the Earth’s remote sensing will be set up at Russia’s Progress research station in Antarctica. “The first Arctic Center of the Earth’s remote sensing has already been deployed in Murmansk. A similar center will be established at the Progress station in Antarctica,” according to the Russian president, Vladimir Putin.

DroneDeploy announces Fieldscanner

DroneDeploy has announced the beta release of its new Fieldscanner product offering real-time drone mapping, just in time for the spring growing season. With Fieldscanner, available as part of DroneDeploy’s iOS app, farmers can use any DJI drone to create a map of their fields as the drone flies so that they can view insights before it lands. Fieldscanner can capture a field map in minutes so that growers can make crop management decisions on the spot or use the Fieldscan as a guide for more targeted boots-on-the-ground inspection.

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