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TAG: Matteo Luccio

Matteo Luccio

Many technologies can help GNSS, but few can replace it

June 30, 2021

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Mapping rights-of-way subject of July 13 virtual conference

June 23, 2021

Matteo Luccio

First Fix: Let’s start a conversation

June 1, 2021

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NCM hires Luccio as GPS World Editor-in-Chief

April 15, 2021

A UAV from SPH Engineering tows a bathymetric sonar just under the surface of a river. (Photo: SPH Engineering)

The shape of water: bathymetry in action

November 10, 2020

Army convoys can stretch for miles. The U.S. Army’s Autonomous Ground Resupply trucks shown here are connected with Robotic Research’s autonomous technology. (Photo: Robotic Research)

Developing systems to automate moving groups of trucks

April 30, 2020

PrecisionHawk’s Jaymie Young and Matt Tompkins fly a UAV with the hosts of History Channel’s “Lost Gold of World II” in the Philippines in late 2018. (Photo: PrecisionHawk)

Lidar a viable tool for archeological exploration

April 1, 2020

Matteo and Sofranec. (Photos: GPS World)

Change + Commitment = Progress

September 9, 2019

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