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Australia Will Have New GPS Position, Moved 1.5 Meters North Since 1994
Australia's entire continent is believed to have moved 1.5...
China Gets First Data from its ‘Hack-Proof’ Satellite
China today said the first batch of data from...
Chinese Mulling a Radar Station on the Moon to Observe the Earth
The number of useful and even profitable things that...
India’s Alarming Loss of Agricultural Lands has Global Impact
A new analysis of satellite images shows that nearly...
Earth Observation Satellite Formosat-2 Retired After 12 Years of Service
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The Formosat-2, Taiwan's first Earth observation...
Geo-Tagging to be Used for Jalyukt Shivar
Nagpur: In order to prevent irregularities in Jalyukt Shivar,...
Spotlight: Chinese-Egyptian Archaeological Cooperation Necessary for Both Civilizations
CAIRO - China and Egypt should carry out extensive...
Pakistan’s First Indigenous Digital Mapping Solution Launched
TPL Trakker Ltd, a tracking solutions provider, launched on...
Australia Plans New Datum System in Response to GNSS Growth
Citing the position accuracy of new GNSS constellations, Australia’s...
Anna Univ Researchers to Predict Landslides in Uttarakhand Area
CHENNAI: In an attempt to give some relief to...

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Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Australia Will Have New GPS Position, Moved 1.5 Meters North Since 1994

Australia's entire continent is believed to have moved 1.5 meters to the north over the past 22 years due to tectonic shifts, which puts the continent out of sync with global positioning system (GPS). The Australian government...

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

China Gets First Data from its ‘Hack-Proof’ Satellite

China today said the first batch of data from the world’s only quantum satellite, which can provide “hack-proof” communications at speeds faster than light, has been received by it. Read More at Financial Express

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Chinese Mulling a Radar Station on the Moon to Observe the Earth

The number of useful and even profitable things that people could do on the #moon is limited only by the imagination. The South China Post is reporting that a group of Chinese scientists is studying the idea...

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

India’s Alarming Loss of Agricultural Lands has Global Impact

A new analysis of satellite images shows that nearly 30 percent of India's agricultural lands is turning into desert, and the rate of soil degradation is increasing at an alarming rate. Read More at Digital Journal

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Earth Observation Satellite Formosat-2 Retired After 12 Years of Service

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The Formosat-2, Taiwan's first Earth observation satellite, has been decommissioned after 12 years of service — seven years longer than it was designed to survive.  Read More at China Post

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Geo-Tagging to be Used for Jalyukt Shivar

Nagpur: In order to prevent irregularities in Jalyukt Shivar, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis ' pet project, the government has decided to use geo-tagging software application. The application has been developed by Maharashtra Remote Sensing Applications Centre (MRSAC),...

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Spotlight: Chinese-Egyptian Archaeological Cooperation Necessary for Both Civilizations

CAIRO - China and Egypt should carry out extensive archaeological cooperation to help each other discover their buried treasures, which is necessary for both the Chinese and Egyptian civilizations, experts said here Monday. Read More at Xinhua

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Pakistan’s First Indigenous Digital Mapping Solution Launched

TPL Trakker Ltd, a tracking solutions provider, launched on Monday country’s first indigenously developed digital mapping solution. Read More at The Tribune

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Australia Plans New Datum System in Response to GNSS Growth

Citing the position accuracy of new GNSS constellations, Australia’s Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping (ICSM) is moving to modernize the country’s current datum system. Read More at Inside GNSS

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

Anna Univ Researchers to Predict Landslides in Uttarakhand Area

CHENNAI: In an attempt to give some relief to people of disaster-prone Uttarakhand, the Union government has roped-in the Institute of Remote Sensing (IRS) in Anna University to predict the occurrence of landslides in the Himalayan region...

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