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How Crafton Tull completed a 9,000 acres pipeline drone survey project in less than 45 days with a fixed-wing UAV

Facing a tight deadline, Crafton Tull turned to Delair’s UX11 drone to survey a 52-mile, 9,000-acre corridor for a new oil and gas pipeline—saving time, money, and producing a detailed survey that met its client’s requirements. THE CUSTOMER Crafton Tull, a leading and award-winning diverse engineering and survey firm based in Conway, Arkansas, turned to

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Trimble Obtains Exemption to Operate its Unmanned Aircraft System

Trimble Obtains Exemption to Operate its Unmanned Aircraft System   Federal Aviation Administration Grants Exemption for the Trimble UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution SUNNYVALE, Calif., Dec. 10, 2014—Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted an exemption that will allow the company to conduct commercial operation of its Trimble® UX5 Aerial Imaging

Trimble V10 Tech Tips part 1/2

Trimble V10 Tech Tips Part 1/2 Trimble V10 Imaging Rover: Shock-Absorbing Tip Products Trimble® V10 Imaging Rover Question In what way is the tip of the Trimble V10 Imaging Rover different to normal rods? Answer The Trimble V10 Imaging Rover has a shock-absorbing tip. Large and abrupt accelerations are introduced into the rover when the

Trimble V10 Tech Tips part 2/2

Trimble V10 Tech Tips part 2/2 Trimble V10 Imaging Rover: Optimum Angle Intersection Areas Products Trimble® V10 Imaging Rover Question How should I configure my Photo Stations with the Trimble V10 Imaging Rover to obtain optimum intersection areas? Answer Within the green area, you can achieve suitable intersection angles for two photo stations. Outside this

Webinar: Automated Mapping of Rock Glaciers Using Deep Learning and OBIA

Automated Mapping of Rock Glaciers Using Deep Learning and OBIA Rock glaciers can contain significant amounts of ice and are found typically in arid and semi-arid catchments. These are areas with limited water resources already, with climate change in some cases causing shrinking glaciers and altered precipitation patterns. Rock glaciers can therefore be considered a

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