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Seen & heard: Mapping the melting arctic and India’s war on drugs

February 16, 2024

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Questions that urgently need answers

February 15, 2024

An example of the highly detailed single-3D survey output from the Axolotl, showing features both above and below the water. (Image: Advanced Navigation)

Charting uncharted waters: Bathymetry in action

February 14, 2024


EAB Q&A: What are the key challenges and promising trends for GNSS/PNT?

February 14, 2024


Understanding GNSS correction methods

February 9, 2024

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Launchpad: Lidar scanners, OEMs and anti-jamming receivers

February 6, 2024

A street in Pompeii shows the structures that were remarkably preserved after Mount Vesuvius covered the city in ash in 79 CE. Everything about Porta Nocera, Region I 14 is being digitized by archaeologists. (Image: Allison Emmerson)

Modeling Pompeii: A new era of tech-driven collaboration in archaeology

January 26, 2024

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GPS relies on faint radio signals from satellites about 12,000 miles away, requiring a quiet spectrum neighborhood to operate. (Photo: NASA)

The rearview camera and the head-up display

January 24, 2024