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CSIRO Integrates Advanced Navigation's Spatial System into Revolutionary Crop Monitoring System
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CSIRO Integrates Advanced Navigation's Spatial System into Revolutionary Crop Monitoring System

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation has recently developed the Phenomobile. The Phenomobile is a phenomic crop monitoring system which offers a non-destructive and high throughput method of measuring crop health and performance.

Dutch Racing Team Sets World Record using Advanced Navigation's System
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Dutch Racing Team Sets World Record using Advanced Navigation's System

Advanced Navigation’s Spatial Dual system was integrated into a hydrogen electric racing car, the Forze VI.

Spatial Dual is a ruggedized miniature GPS aided inertial navigation system and AHRS that provides accurate position, velocity, acceleration and orientation under the most demanding conditions. It combines temperature calibrated accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers and a pressure sen…

Long endurance Monitoring of Tectonic Motion
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Long endurance Monitoring of Tectonic Motion

For more than two years, one of the world’s leading marine sciences institutes, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, has been using networks of our Autonomous Monitoring Transponders (AMTs) deployed in the deep sea to study some of the globe’s most tectonically active areas by way of long endurance monitoring. Geraint West, Global Business Manager for Ocean Science, takes up the sto…

Excavating the SS Central America with a Remotely Operated Vehicle
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Excavating the SS Central America with a Remotely Operated Vehicle

Lost for 131 years, 160 miles off the coast of South Carolina, the SS Central America sunk in 1857 after being caught in a monstrous hurricane. Known as the ‘Ship of Gold’ due to the large shipment of valuables she was carrying, the 280 foot long wooden-hulled, copper-sheathed paddle steamer now lies in water depths of approximately 2,200 metres (7,200 feet).

A Case Study in Fast, Accurate, Directly Georeferenced Indoor Model Production
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A Case Study in Fast, Accurate, Directly Georeferenced Indoor Model Production

Pictometry® (www.pictometry.com) is an innovative airborne surveying and mapping company, and inventor of geo–referenced aerial oblique imaging. Now, using the Trimble Indoor Mobile Mapping Solution (TIMMS) from Applanix (www.applanix.com), Pictometry is merging indoor georeferenced data with its unparalleled library of geo–referenced aerial imagery for a total, 360° solution called Critical360™.