Tag: GPS

Geolocation: Usable data for the future of construction

By Mike Landers The concept of global positioning is not a new one. Launched by the US Department of Defense in 1973 and first made...

GSSI to Showcase UtilityScan Compact GPR system at Public Works Expo 2019

GSSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, will showcase its UtilityScan compact GPR system for utility locating at the Public...

Three GPS benefits

Location and spatial data can improve productivity, safety, and surveying for heavy civil construction. By Joshua Progar Does the phrase “over schedule and over budget” sound...

AEC TECH NEWS: Spectra Precision introduces multi-frequency, multi-application GNSS receiver

Spectra Precision introduced its new SP90m multi-frequency and multi-application GNSS receiver.

AEC TECH NEWS: Pinpoint author Greg Milner to keynote Carlson User Conference

The first time a Global Positioning System signal was received was in 1977. Now GPS is ubiquitous. In the introduction to his 2016 book Pinpoint — How GPS is changing technology, culture, and our minds, Greg Milner writes, “Nearly every spot on earth has a line of sight to at least four GPS satellites at all times.”
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