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SpaceX Starship and Boeing Starliner show way for Asia’s space race
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IIT-Kanpur launches ‘UDAAN’ to boost drone startups in India
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South Korea creates new KASA space agency, sets sights on the moon and Mars
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South Korea is gearing up to become space powerhouse
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Indian space tech startup to launch six satellites in 2024 via ISRO and SpaceX rockets
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China’s secretive spaceplane releases object into orbit
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Japan to create flood projection maps for 4 Southeast Asian nations
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Thursday, May 12th, 2011

3D Cadastre and Future Expectations

Many organizations are considering to move from 2D to 3D operations. This trend is the result of several factors including newly developed technologies, improved computer performance, 3D software innovations and changes in cost structures. Several users report...

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Mapping Land Degradation and Desertification

During the past week Cambodia and the United Nations met together to discuss issues related to land degradation and desertification. Cambodia is a signatory to the United Nations Convention to combat Decertification (UNCCD) and the country currently 30 projects...

Friday, May 6th, 2011

India – From Earth Observation to Monitoring Policy

Recently India launched the Resourcesat-2 satellite, a satellite designed to provide detailed information about the earth's resources and surface - a 'global workhorse' as R.R. Navalgund, Director, Space Applications Centre (SAC), Ahmedabad said. Meanwhile, this week has...

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Where Are the Workshops on GNSS / Design for School Kids?

Around the globe today we can find many geospatial resources connected to geographic information systems (GIS) and general map making-cartography provided to junior grade education classes. But that is not the case for surveying, GNSS and other...

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

South China Sea – The New Energy Location?

The South China has been reported to contain nearly 50 billion tons of crude oil and 20 trillion meters of natural gas. The area remains largely unexplored - and untapped. That is due to many political, technological...

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

National Spatial Data Infrastructure Take Root in Asia

National Spatial Data Infrastructures (NSDI) continue to expand and grow across Asia. Thailand this week has indicated that the country is aiming to initiate it's own NSDI by 2012. As with other similar projects, the goal for...

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

India Successfully Launches Resourcesat-2

The Indian Space Resource Organization successfully launched the remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2 and two smaller satellites at 10:12 a.m. on Wednesday. The launch also included Singapore's first remote sensing satellite called X-Sat as well as a mini...

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Philippines President Commits to 3D Map to Combat Natural Disasters

Philippine President Benigno Aquino has set asside P1 billion ($23.25 million) to create a 3D map of the entire country. The detailed map is part of an effort to guard and plan against disasters, with 66 provinces...

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

Spatial Data – Key to Landscape Modeling

The ability to analyze, model and simulate natural disaster events and their consequences is unique to the geospatial and geomatics sector. No other tools provide data management, analysis and the associated visual output, useful for decision-making purposes...

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Measurement to Modeling – Hydrological and Meteorological Monitoring

Water is important to all living systems and the management of this valuable resource is becoming increasingly important. In addition, boundary layer measurements obtained through meteorological observation provide an integral connection to the hydrologic cycle. The range...

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