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China to Monitor CPEC Projects with Two Sensing Satellites
BEIJING: China is to launch two remote sensing satellites...
Half of all Australian Rooftops Could Go Solar, New Mapping Tool Reveals
Australian rooftops have enormous untapped potential for the installation...
Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department launches public consultation on unmanned aircraft regulations
Governments around the world are actively reviewing ways to...
Drone-based inspection and mapping sensor company wins 2018 AIA Startup Competition
Photius, a startup company developing "disruptive inspection and mapping...
Forest Survey of India Carries Out ‘Complete Revamp’ of Forest Fire Alerts System
DEHRADUN: The Forest Survey of India (FSI) has "completely...
UK Satellite Makes HD Colour Movies of Earth
A British spacecraft is now routinely making movies of...
Vietnam to Launch Micro Satellite in Late 2018
HANOI - Micro Dragon, a satellite made by Vietnamese...
China Opens Beidou Satellite Navigation Centre in Tunisia
China has opened its first overseas centre to promote...
Cyient and BlueBird Aero Systems Sign Joint Venture to Offer UAV Systems to Indian Defence and Industry
CHENNAI, India, and HYDERABAD, India, and KADIMA, Israel -...
Ukraine Seeks to Build High-Resolution Earth Observation Constellation, Subject to Funds
The proposed national space programme of Ukraine for 2018-2022,...

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Sunday, April 10th, 2011

A Cautionary Tale of Private-sector Urbanization

When construction is completed on the first of five new urban villages to be nestled among 23,000 acres of hill country between sprawling Mumbai and the booming industrial and high-tech city of Pune, 300,000 people are expected...

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Level Crossing Technology an Australian First

The technology works by fitting a radio transmitter unit to trains or roadside infrastructure such as railway level crossings which broadcasts a local signal. Small receiver units are fitted to the sound system of vehicles and upon...

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

India to Launch Advanced Remote Sensing Satellite April 20

India will launch an advanced remote sensing satellite April 20 to study and manage natural resources, the space agency announced Saturday. Preparations to launch the 1.2-tonne Resourcesat-2 spacecraft onboard the polar launch satellite vehicle (PSLV-C16) were progressing...

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Recruitment – Asia- Pacific Researcher and One Associate Researcher for Forest Conservation

The IGES Natural Resources Management (NRM) Group conducts strategic policy research, capacity building activities and outreach to contribute to the management, protection and enhancement of natural resources in the Asia-Pacific region. As part of the NRM Group, the Forest Conservation...

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Call – 4th Phase of GEOSS Architecture Implementation Pilot

AIP-4 will improve access to the GEOSS datasets that have been identified as supporting critical Earth...

Friday, April 8th, 2011

LINZ Seeks Greater Knowledge of Geospatial Industry

LINZ will launch an online survey later in April to gather insights into the New Zealand geospatial industry. The purpose of the survey is to help us develop a better understanding of the geospatial industry; the companies...

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Indonesia Accepts Geospatial Information Act

Indonesia’s House of Representatives and all factions in the House Commission VII RI finally accepted the draft Geospatial Information Act which signals the final round of the geospatial information bill since it was prepared in the 1990s. Majority of...

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

China to Advance Military and Civilian Mapping Development

A conference on military and civilian surveying and mapping development just concluded in China. During the 12th Five-Year Plan period the State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping (SBSM) and the Surveying and Mapping Bureau of the General...

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Check Health of Tasmanian Crops

It might seem like science fiction; hiring an unmanned aerial vehicle to check the health of your crop. But the University of Tasmania's Terraluma team is using unmanned flying machines, particularly helicopter-like devices in agriculture now. And...

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Wuda Geo Praised by Premier Wen Jiabao for Its Critical Role in China’s “Map World”

China Information Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: CNIT), a leading total solutions provider of geographic information systems (GIS), digital public security technology (DPST) and digital hospital information systems (DHIS) in China, today reported that Premier Wen Jiabao recently praised...

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