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China to Monitor CPEC Projects with Two Sensing Satellites
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Australian rooftops have enormous untapped potential for the installation...
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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
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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
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China Opens Beidou Satellite Navigation Centre in Tunisia
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Cyient and BlueBird Aero Systems Sign Joint Venture to Offer UAV Systems to Indian Defence and Industry
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Ukraine Seeks to Build High-Resolution Earth Observation Constellation, Subject to Funds
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Friday, February 4th, 2011

GPS Tracking Company Ezy2c to Buy – OmniTRACK

Australian company Ezy2c recently announced the acquisition of the OmniTRACK business from OmniSTAR, a leading provider in positioning data and a market leader in the design and development of Differential GNSS positioning technology and asset monitoring solutions. Ezy2c...

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Long-term Performance Analysis of Giove Clocks

Passive Hydrogen Maser (PHM) and Rubidium Atomic Frequency Standard (RAFS) are the two baseline on-board clock technologies for Galileo, the European Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), which are currently being validated on-board two experimental spacecrafts, GIOVE-A and...

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Scientists Fuel Green Dreams in Raj’s Deserts

A group of top scientists of the country are pooling in their minds here to help the state fight its arid zones. According to the scientists, remote sensing and geomatics a discipline for gathering, storing, processing, and...

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Cruise Industry Drives Nautical Surveying Demand

Double-digit growth in the number of cruise liners visiting New Zealand each year has the National Hydrographic Authority busy developing a comprehensive nautical surveying and charting programme. This year, 34 cruise ships will visit New Zealand carrying...

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Rolta’s CFO Discusses Role of Mapping for Decision Makers

Though mapping is done by many firms in India, it is done in a scattered manner. The map is used more as a base for GIS applications and needs to be integrated with the geographic database in...

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

GIS Mapping Tags Wetlands Across UP

The Remote Sensing Applications Centre (RSAC) has done the Geographic Information System (GIS) Mapping of wetlands of UP, giving each such area an unique digital code which not only identifies the state, district and the tehsil, but...

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Rolta Receives Nationwide Orthophoto Mapping Project for Oman

Rolta has been awarded prestigious mapping contract by Oman's supreme committee for town planning (SCTP) in cooperation with national survey authority (NSA) after a global bidding process. The project includes large scale digital topographic mapping to create...

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Russians Lose Spy Satellite Hours After Launch

Russia has reportedly lost contact with its newest military satellite just hours after launching it into space today (Feb. 1), according to Russian reports. The satellite, called Geo-IK-2, blasted off atop a three-stage Rockot booster from Russia's...

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

NASA Satellite Tracks Menacing Australian Cyclone

Fresh on the heels of a series of crippling floods that began in December 2010, and a small tropical cyclone, Anthony, this past weekend, the northeastern Australian state of Queensland is now bracing for what could become...

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Space Images – Used to Find “Partner” Schooner

Satellite radar imagery data was used to find the “Partner” fishing schooner lost in the Sea of Japan. According to Russian EMERCOM the area search operations for the “Partner” schooner that sent a distress call on January...

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