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Marco Cecala Review of HxGN LIVE 2014 by Marco Cecala: I had the opportunity to speak at the HxGN LIVE Conference in Las Vegas the first week in June. My topic was "The Importance of Data Preparation" I was happy to see my talk was well attended. Nobody left, (I think they barred the doors) and several more were texted in by their business partners to hear what I had to say. Regular ...
Winke Rehab of Dayton's Critical Interstate Bypass by Jeff Winke: Dayton, Ohio is known as the birthplace of aviation. It’s here where the Wright brothers studied and tested different wing designs for stability, lift, and control before creating the design that would place Orville and Wilbur in the history books. Today, Dayton has remade itself from being a key manufacturing center to an ...
Trojak Grade Expectations by Larry Trojak: – GNSS-equipped machines and millimeter GPS help contractors meet stringent FAA specs in Ft. Myers airport expansion. Airport renovation or expansion work has always been some of the most challenging projects contractors face. Not only are the logistics often demanding, federal regulations for tolerances are getting increasingly ...
OscarCantu The Cloud-Changing the dynamic of field-to-office communication by Oscar Cantu: Cloud computing is not quite as omnipresent as the computer in Star Trek, but…give it time. Cloud computing, or “the cloud,” is an interconnected group of powerful computers that collectively store data redundantly, host various services, and provide security. To the geospatial ...

 

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