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Isro Releases Video of Post-Launch Cartosat Separation
AHMEDABAD: Space applications centre (SAC), Isro, in Ahmedabad recently...
ISRO Searches for New Makers of Rocket Parts
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First Taiwan-Developed Satellite to Launch on August 25
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Singapore Land Authority’s New ‘Singapore Advanced Map’ to Set New Benchmark
The Singapore Land Authority’s National 3D Mapping project gains...
SuperSurv 10 Selected for Coastal Protection in Thailand
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Accela Expands International Operations, Opens Center of Excellence in Amman, Jordan
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Study Shows India Can Integrate 175 GW of Renewable Energy into Its Electricity Grid
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U.S. Army and South Korean Military Respond to North Korea’s Launch with Missile Exercise
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ISRO Satellites to Keep an Eye on Land Encroachment in Delhi, Project to Start in 3 Months
Indian satellites could keep a gimlet eye on vacant...
Europe and Japan Unveil their Orbiters for a Joint Mission to Mercury
An unusual new spacecraft has been revealed for an...

Feature

Monday, April 16th, 2007

Mapping the Indonesia-Singapore Border

It seems that tension is building between Indonesia and Singapore. The major cause for concern is the issue of the maritime boundaries between the two neighbouring states, following coastal reclamation by Singapore. It has raised questions...

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

New R&D Centre for Credent

Singapore-based Credent Technology has established a research and development centre. The R&D venture will operate as Credent Advanced Technology Sdn Bhd. It will be located in Malaysia's multimedia super corridor. 'Credent Advanced Technology will be our...

Friday, March 16th, 2007

GR-3 Triple-Constellation GNSS Receiver

Topcon Positioning Systems recently released its GR-3 GNSS receiver - the first to make use of Topcon's new G3 technology. G3 technology is designed for triple-constellation tracking. The receiver can be used with satellites of both the GPS...

Friday, March 16th, 2007

UN ICG Meets

The United Nations issued a press release last month about the first meeting of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems. The meeting was held in December in Vienna. The ICG was established in 2005,...

Friday, February 16th, 2007

New Old Map Discovered

Researchers working in the Sahara Desert claim to have found one of the world's oldest maps. If confirmed, the discovery will rival the 6000 year old mural at Catal Hoyuk in Turkey - the oldest...

Friday, February 16th, 2007

Map World Forum

India dominates the world of geographic information. Some 60 per cent of all the world's work occurs in India. This is a source of enormous strength for Indians, but it also points to enormous weakness. Such a...

Friday, February 16th, 2007

Indian Arrangements to Change says Kapil Singh

In a keynote presentation to the Map World Forum in Hyderabad last month, India's minister of science, Kapil Sibal, outlined the importance for the industry of new government initiatives. They are likely to have ramifications...

Friday, February 16th, 2007

Google’s Mission by Michael Jones

Michael Jones, the chief technology officer of Google Maps, gave the Map World Forum in Hyderabad some insight into the thinking that is driving the development of the company. He said the company's mission was to...

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

Navigation Growth in Asia

There are strong indications that 2007 will be the year that satellite navigation systems really expand into Asia. It seems that the focus has shifted. Japan was one of the first countries in the world to...

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

Archaeological Survey

Researchers are using GPS technology for a survey of the ancient silk road city of Milan, according to an article in China Daily. Milan is in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China. The survey is...

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