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China Made Pakistan’s First Remote Sensing Satellite Launch in 2018
KARACHI: China will construct and launch two remote sensing...
Satellite Tracking Centre ISTRAC Turns 40
ISTRAC, which shot into limelight as the nerve centre...
SpaceX to Launch NASA Ocean-Mapping Satellite
NASA has chosen Hawthorne, California-based SpaceX to launch a...
Remote Sensing Data to Reshape Australia
Barbara Harrison from Canberra-based Digital Concepts launched the first...
PES University to Launch Another Satellite
Barely a month, after 250 students launched a nano-satellite...
South Korea Refuses Using Local Mapping Data Due to Security Concerns; Google Disappointed
South Korea has refused to use local mapping data...
WWF-Pakistan Celebrates GIS Day
The Geographical Information System (GIS) laboratory of WWF-Pakistan celebrated...
United Nations/United Arab Emirates High Level Forum: “Space as a Driver for Socio-economic Development”
VIENNA, November 2016-  (UN Information Service) – More than...
State to Roll Out Joint Action Plan with Isro
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government is set to roll out...
Seoul to Decide Google’s Request for Map Data Next Week
The South Korean government will make a decision next...

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Monday, November 28th, 2016

China Made Pakistan’s First Remote Sensing Satellite Launch in 2018

KARACHI: China will construct and launch two remote sensing satellites one each for Venezuela and Pakistan in the coming two years, an industry insider said. Read More at Business Recorder

Friday, November 25th, 2016

Satellite Tracking Centre ISTRAC Turns 40

ISTRAC, which shot into limelight as the nerve centre of the country's Mars and lunar orbiter missions, has turned 40. The command and tracking centre for Earth observation or remote sensing spacecraft started its journey in September...

Friday, November 25th, 2016

SpaceX to Launch NASA Ocean-Mapping Satellite

NASA has chosen Hawthorne, California-based SpaceX to launch a satellite that will map the earth's surface water and take high-resolution measurements of the ocean. Read More at Biz Journals

Friday, November 25th, 2016

Remote Sensing Data to Reshape Australia

Barbara Harrison from Canberra-based Digital Concepts launched the first of a series of comprehensive new manuals on Earth Observation in Australia during the recent CRCSI Conference in Sydney. Read More at Spatial Source

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

PES University to Launch Another Satellite

Barely a month, after 250 students launched a nano-satellite PISAT, under the mentorship of PES University staff, another group of students have started work on developing another satellite at the university, the PISAT-2. Read More at The...

Monday, November 21st, 2016

South Korea Refuses Using Local Mapping Data Due to Security Concerns; Google Disappointed

South Korea has refused to use local mapping data offered by Google and held security reasons responsible for such decision. The refusal came on Friday following the Alphabet Inc.'s unit's request to the nation to utilise its...

Monday, November 21st, 2016

WWF-Pakistan Celebrates GIS Day

The Geographical Information System (GIS) laboratory of WWF-Pakistan celebrated GIS Day here on Friday to bring forth the importance and the need for innovative spatial solutions that have become increasingly important for an efficient approach in managing...

Friday, November 18th, 2016

United Nations/United Arab Emirates High Level Forum: “Space as a Driver for Socio-economic Development”

VIENNA, November 2016-  (UN Information Service) – More than 100 participants from all parts of the international space community will gather in Dubai from 20 to 24 November to identify ways to harness space technology and applications...

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

State to Roll Out Joint Action Plan with Isro

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government is set to roll out a joint action plan with the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) to help various departments utilise space technology and develop geospatial applications.  Read More at Times of India

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

Seoul to Decide Google’s Request for Map Data Next Week

The South Korean government will make a decision next week whether to allow global giant Google Inc. to export government-supplied map data outside the country, a government official said Sunday. Read More at Korea Herald

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