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European drone-airspace integration project kicks off
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China launches new remote sensing satellites
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Satellite animation shows air pollution in China and Italy clearing amid coronavirus lockdowns
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ISRO has planned a total of 36 missions for 2020-21
2020 and 2021, these two years are going to...
UAE’s student-built climate observation satellite to launch this summer
The UAE will be launching a student-built nanosatellite that...
Space to grow global defence
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Exolaunch to deliver UAE Space Agency’s small satellite into orbit on Soyuz-2
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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

FOCUS 35 Shines in Nighttime Topographic Survey

Leicestershire, March 22, 2016 – When a topographic survey for the main runway of the East Midlands International Airport was performed during nighttime closure, the Spectra Precision FOCUS 35 robotic total station turned in a stellar performance. ...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Australian Motoring Clubs Select Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure for Shared, Cloud Platform for Roadside Assistance

Huntsville, Alabama, March 22, 2016 – A consortium of Australian motoring clubs serving 2.8 million customers has selected Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure to provide a cloud-based platform for roadside assistance. With the selection of Hexagon’s Intergraph Computer-Aided...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Aerometrex Releases 3D Models for Adelaide and Gold Coast

The 3D models show the two cities in super resolution of approximately 2-3cm pixels and are accurate to better than 10cm in X, Y & Z. They show every feature in the CBD area to an unprecedented...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

$10 Million Boost to Take Spatial Businesses to Market

The Palaszczuk Government will inject $10 million over three years into startups and small businesses with innovative ideas to accelerate the development of new products and services with high growth potential. Minister for Innovation, Science and the...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Satellite Maps to Keep History Alive

With thousands of historical sites portraying ancient Indian culture and civilization, the protection of these structures is imperative. Of these monuments, 3,686 are protected centrally by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), with certain rules regarding construction...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Korea Transfers Its Knowledge of Spatial Information System to Central Asia, Africa

The National Geographic Information Institute (NGII) is planning to launch spatial data infrastructure (SDI) building projects in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia. The NGII signed business agreements with these countries to this end last year and master...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Pentagon Mapmakers Are Using Social Media to Chart Syrians’ Exodus

Streams of Facebook, Instagram, and other social media posts shared by smartphone-toting children and families at border crossings are providing U.S. intelligence analysts with a real-time map of the Syrian exodus. It’s not picture perfect, but it fills...

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

India Considering Satellite Plan Change After Pakistan Hurdles

After consistently running into the Pakistan firewall, India wants its South Asian satellite project to take off on a sub-regional basis, again showing how issues between the neighbours could derail regional initiatives. Read More via Hindustan Times

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

NASA Set to Launch Philippines’ 1st Microsatellite to the ISS

MANILA, Philippines -- Diwata-1, the Philippines' first microsatellite, will be brought to the International Space Station (ISS) at 11 p.m. of March 22, Eastern Standard Time (11 a.m., March 23, Philippine Standard Time). Read More at Interaksyon

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Govt Plans Law on What Can be Seen in India from Skies

The Centre is drafting a law to regulate data and high resolution images collected from the skies and shared through applications such as Google Earth, a move aimed at securing strategic installations from enemy eyes. Read More...

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