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One of a small army of PhytoPatholoBots (PPB) developed by Cornell University and deployed to four grape breeding programs across the United States. These autonomous robots will roll through vineyards, using computer vision to gather data on the physiological state of each grapevine. They use a NovAtel SMART antenna. (Image: Allison Usavage / Cornell University)

Hexagon | NovAtel: Taking on land with SMART antennas

April 10, 2023


First Fix: Arrivals and Departures

January 20, 2023

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

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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