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China Launch New Satellite into Space to ‘Spy on Earth’ in Bid to Match US Military
The move comes as China looks to expand its...
Google Maps Back in China After Eight Years
Google has set up a China-specific version of the...
Indian Launch for British Colour Video Earth Observation Prototype
The satellite, known as CARBONITE-2 by its builder, Surrey...
India Launches 31 Satellites in Single Mission
NEW DELHI - India Friday launched 31 satellites in...
Pakistan Alleges India Using Satellites for Military Purposes
Islamabad- Pakistan on Thursday alleged that India's plan to...
1Spatial Wins USD766,000 US Contract For Geographic Information System
LONDON  - Geospatial software and solutions company 1Spatial PLC...
Baidu Unveils Apollo 2.0 at CES 2018: More Mapping, More Test Drives, and Udacity Partnership
Baidu just announced the second version of its Apollo...
First Chinese launch of 2018 puts two SuperView-1 observation satellites into low Earth orbit
China on Tuesday carried out its first launch of...
Indian Railways to Deploy Drones for Project Monitoring
India: The Indian Railways has decided to deploy drones...
Joint Venture With Japan Could Yield Connectivity Through High-Altitude, Solar-Powered Drone
A high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) is a category of unmanned...

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Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Topcon Focuses Additional Resources On Ag Business

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has announced the addition of Mark Bittner to manage the North American sales of its Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA) business unit and develop global agricultural OEM opportunities. Bittner, senior vice president and general...

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Survey of Kalgoorlie Earthquake Damage

Australia has a low seismicity (or rate of occurrence of earthquakes) when compared to countries located along tectonic plate boundaries such as New Zealand or Indonesia. Seismic risk, however, is the combination of hazard, community exposure and...

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

GIS Supporting Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Malaysia

Shorelines present complex environmental and engineering issues to those charged with their management.  These issues are becoming more difficult and more political, particularly in SE Asia where people are only now seeing the multi-faceted benefits of coastal...

Monday, December 13th, 2010

Surplus Fuel Caused Russia’s Glonass Satellite Loss: Commission

The main cause of the loss of Russia's three Glonass-M satellites was due to human error from fueling the booster rocket with an excess of 1.5-2 tons of fuel, the head of the Russian state commission probing...

Monday, December 13th, 2010

UPNG and NEFC Geobooks

The Remote Sensing Centre, in partnership with the National Fiscal and Economic Commission (NEFC) has created GIS-based planning tools – or ‘Geobooks’, that are expressly designed for use by Provincial Governments. Geobook is a stand-alone windows based...

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

After Adarsh, Satellite Mapping of Prime Properties in Mumbai

Hoping to prevent scams like the Adarsh Co-operative Housing Society , the Maharashtra government is contemplating measures likes satellite mapping of all prime properties in Mumbai and determining their exact status and ownership. According to a high-ranking...

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

India, EU Make Progress on Earth Observation Cooperation

SIFY - Leaders of EU and India took part in the 11th EU-India Summit on Friday. Progress was made on a maritime transport agreement and leaders also welcomed the recent formation of ISO-ESA Joint Working Group on...

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

Autodesk Discusses Modelling in 5D

The convergence of 3D, geospatial, and engineering design enables design modelling in 5D , which enhances both sustainability and emergency response planning, according to software design solutions Autodesk. Speaking in Malaysia, Autodesk director of technology, Geoff Zeiss...

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

SuperGIS Selected by Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research

Established in 1967, KISR is to carry out applied scientific research to contribute to the economic and social development for Kuwait. By means of the effort of International Integrated Environmental Services Ltd. (IIES), SuperGeo’s distributor in Kuwait,...

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

FIG Working Week 2011 – Bridging the Gap Between Cultures

The FIG 2011 Working Week which will take place in Marrakech, Morocco from 18th to 22nd May 2011. This FIG conference will be held at the famous Palais de Congrés in Marrakech. More than 1,000 participants are...

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