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    Javad GNSS launches TRIUMPH-3 receiver

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    Javad GNSS has launched the TRIUMPH-3 receiver for surveyors and geodesists. It is capable of efficient tracking even in difficult conditions. It can track all current signals and is ready for any future satellites. TRIUMPH-3 is designed to operate as a base together with TRIUMPH-LS and TRIUMPH-LS Plus to efficiently accomplish any geodetic job. Its real-time kinematic (RTK) system communicates via integrated UHF, 4G/LTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth channels, and eliminates the need to subscribe to

    35 Differences Between ArcGIS Pro and QGIS 3

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    Six years ago, we compared ArcGIS vs QGIS. The response was incredible and we thank you for that. But since then, the game has changed. Yet, the players are still the same. The Omen of Open Source GIS is back with QGIS 3. It’s up against the Pioneer of Proprietary GIS, ArcGIS Pro. Buckle up. Because today, you’re going to witness a head-to-head battle between the juggernauts of GIS software. Pick your poison. Table of Contents 1. 3D 2. Interfac

    The Critical Role of Geospatial Data Accuracy

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    When it comes to choosing the right geospatial data for any project, many factors come into play—cost, convenience, consistency, and resolution, to name a few. Depending on the application, these factors can outweigh one another in importance.  Above all, one critical factor to never overlook is accuracy. Data accuracy is the degree to which information on a map matches real-world values. When it comes to geographic information systems (GIS) and artificial intelligence (AI) applications, po

    Android phones now show earthquake alerts in Greece and New Zealand

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    In the middle of last year, Google announced that it was turning Android phones into an early earthquake alert system. The system was first deployed in California which already has a sophisticated network of seismometers in place. In California, the Android Earthquake Alerts System disseminated alerts from the existing ShakeAlert system, but in regions that don’t have seismometer networks, Google said that users could opt in to turn their Android phone into a mini seismometer. Today, Google has

    UC San Diego engineering professor solves deep earthquake mystery

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    These mysterious earthquakes originate between 400 and 700 kilometers below the surface of the Earth and have been recorded with magnitudes up to 8.3 on the Richter scale. Xanthippi Markenscoff, a distinguished professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering, is the person who solved this mystery. Her paper "Volume collapse instabilities in deep earthquakes: a shear source nucleated and driven by pressure" appears in the J

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