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“Privacy Issues Raise Concerns for Remote Sensing” POB article written by Tully & Pomfret

[spb_column width=”2/3″ el_position=”first”] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Kevin Pomfret, President of GeoLaw, P.C., and Mike Tully, President & CEO of Aerial Services have co-written a special piece for Point of Beginning (POB) Online titled, “Privacy Issues Raise Concerns for Remote Sensing”.  The article explores the conflicting prospectives when looking at the issue of UAS in geospatial, the …

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“The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 3: New Opportunities in the Coming Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Age” by CEO Mike Tully featured by Sensors & Systems

In the final installment of an ongoing three part series at Sensors & Systems, Aerial Services’ President & CEO Mike Tully addresses “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 3: New Opportunities in the Coming Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Age”.  The entire series was featured by Sensors & Systems’ Matt Ball of Vector1 Media. In part three, Mr. Tully discusses UAS …

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“The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 2: Business and Privacy” by CEO Mike Tully featured by Sensors & Systems

In part two of an ongoing three part series, Aerial Services’ President & CEO Mike Tully addresses “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 2: Business and Privacy”.  The entire series will be featured by Sensors & Systems (published by Matt Ball of Vector1 Media). In part two, Mr. Tully considers the practical and justified privacy concerns UAS introduce. Further discussion …

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“How Do You Determine Accuracy in Mapping?” by Mike Tully in POB Magazine

Aerial Services’ President & CEO, Mike Tully, article “How Do You Determine Accuracy in Mapping?” is the subject of the cover feature in the September edition of Point of Beginning Magazine. The piece is both in the print edition and posted online for your review. The article reviews a number accuracy issues, topics, and misconceptions. …

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“The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines: The Future with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)” by CEO Mike Tully featured by Sensors & Systems

In part one of a forthcoming three part series, Aerial Services’ President & CEO Mike Tully addresses “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines: The Future with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)”.  The entire series will be featured by Sensors & Systems (published by Matt Ball of Vector1 Media) over the course of the coming weeks. In part one, Mr. Tully …

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Moore or Bust

[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [dropcap2]P[/dropcap2]eering out from behind my faceshield standing beneath a windbreak of cruelly butchered trees, I looked up fifteen feet and spotted a large come-along hanging next to a nice sweater. At my feet in every direction was a swirled and twisted mass of homes which, beginning today, would be …

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Yes, Professional Organizations Still Matter

With the growth in internet communications and social networks, the value of membership in professional organizations has been debated at great length in recent years. The traditional remote sensing associations, such as American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) and Management Association for Private Photogrammetric Surveyors (MAPPS), to name just a couple, have also …

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