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Mobile Mapping System in Reconstruction and Expansion of Highway in India
India is at an infrastructure crossroads. As demand for...
China Launches Record-Breaking Swarm of Drones
China: China has launched a swarm of 119 fixed-wing...
ISRO to Add New Bird in Cartosat’s Fleet Later this Month
ISRO will launch an earth observation satellite later this...
Report Estimates Cost of Disruption to GPS in UK Would be £1bn Per Day
The UK stands to lose £1bn per day in...
China Launches Remote-Sensing Micro-Nano Satellites
China launched two remote-sensing micro-nano satellites on a Long...
China Confirms Partial Failure of Zhongxing-9A Launch, Measures Being Taken
China has confirmed that the Long March 3B/E rocket...
Terra Drone Delve Deeper Into the Australian Market by Launching Headquarters in Both Sydney and Melbourne.
Terra Drone Company (Tokyo Shibuya-Ku CEO: Toru Tokushige), introduced...
Nagaland: Kohima Colony Embraces ‘Digitization’ Through GIS Mapping
The Officers’ Hill Youth Organisation (OHYO) of Kohima town...
SI Imaging Services Signs MoU to Strengthen Cooperation between South Korea and Belgium
SI Imaging Services has signed a Memorandum of Understanding...
Uttar Pradesh Police Receives Award for UP 100 from Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure
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Friday, April 15th, 2016

India’s Military Satellite Cartosat-2C To Boost Surveillance Capabilities

Cartosat-2C, the earth observation satellite of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), will be launched in May atop a PSLV rocket in hopes of proving the country's military surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. Read More at Tech Times

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Japanese Mapping Project Tracks the Last Moments of the Victims of 2011 Tsunami

The laboratory of Hidenori Watanave in the Faculty of System Design at Tokyo Metropolitan University and Iwate Nippo Co., Ltd have put together a digital archive tracking the evacuation patterns of Great East Japan Earthquake victims between...

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

India To Launch Earth Observatory Next Month

NEW DELHI — India will launch its new Earth observation satellite, Cartosat-2C, in May, in an effort to boost the country’s military reconnaissance and surveillance capability. Read More at Aviation Week

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Hemisphere GNSS Announces Strategic Partnership Expansion with CPAC Systems AB

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, USA – April 13, 2016 – Hemisphere GNSS is pleased to announce a significant expansion of their strategic partnership with CPAC Systems, Gothenburg, Sweden (CPAC), owned by the Volvo Group. After signing a large contract,...

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure Partners with TomTom to Optimize Emergency Response in the Asia-Pacific Region

Huntsville, Alabama, April 13, 2016 – Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure will provide map and traffic data from TomTom as part of Hexagon’s public safety solutions in the Asia-Pacific region. Through a licensing agreement with TomTom Global Content...

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Asia Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium held at New Delhi

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), along with the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) and the SPIE (the International Society for Optics and Photonics) organised the 10th edition of Asia Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium, 2016 (APRS 2016) during...

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Satellite Technology Takes Root in Philippine Farms

The Department of Agriculture (DA) is fully embracing satellite technology, with data generated from hundreds of kilometers up, to help address matters that affect food production down on the ground. Read More at Inquirer.Net

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Saving Tigers from Extinction, With a Little Help from Satellites

The world has lost almost 8% of forest crucial for tigers over a 14-year span, with the largest losses occurring in Indonesia and Malaysia due to the expansion of industrial agriculture. Read More at Star2

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

China Deploys Drones to Monitor Sources of Pollution

BEIJING: Three unmanned aerial vehicles have been deployed by China at its environment monitoring station in Hebei to identify possible polluting activities and help cut down pollution in the province.  Read More at The Economic Times

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Space Agency Leaders Sound Need at SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing for Collaboration, Constancy in Remote Sensing of Earth

NEW DELHI, India, and BELLINGHAM, Washington, USA -- High-level leaders from several nations' space agencies provided insider perspectives on programs for monitoring natural and manmade impacts on the environment, as featured speakers at the SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote...

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