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Thursday, February 10th, 2011

GNSS and Maritime Navigation Technology

Few people would argue about the importance of navigation communication systems and the contribution they have made to ocean going vessels worldwide. From dead-reckoning to the present day GNSS enabled navigation,...

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Need for a Global Geospatial Information Management System

The need for a mechanism that would integrate the various geospatial organisations and agencies together with their valuable geospatial data around the globe remains high on the agenda. The United Nations has been working on this initiaitive...

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Data Management for Laser Scanning / Lidar Surveying to 3D

The shift from 2D to 3D involves more than changing perspectives. It includes a cultural change within an organizatio where employees must learn to change their workflows to engage 3D more fully. It also involves...

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Esri Opens R&D Office in China and Looks to Fill Positions

While Esri has been supporting GIS users in China for 20 years, they are now opening a research and development office in Beijing to meet high demand and to provide more localized software and services. The Esri...

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Asia Improves Global Forest Outlook

In this International Year of Forests, much focus is being places on the health of forests and the services that they perform for the environment, biodiversity and the economy. Asia has been a global leader in forest...

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Report: Seven Day Training Workshop On Geographic Information Science and Technology

The Geographic Information Science, also known as GI Science, is a newly emerging discipline of applied sciences. GI Science is concerned with the collection or capture of spatial data by such methods as satellite remotely sensed images,...

Friday, January 28th, 2011

PLUS Expressways Expands GIS Use from Maintenance to Analysis

PLUS Expressways Group is the largest toll expressway operator in South East Asia, managing 973 km of expressways in Malaysia, including the North-South Expressway. The organisation began using GIS in the 1980s, completing a project to convert...

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Mapping as a Foundation for Economic Development

The exploding growth that is evident throughout Asia is a major change in all aspects of infrastructure creation and management. The rapid improvements evident across the region often have started with the creation of an accurate...

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Russian Satellites Monitoring Weather

Changing climate is heightening the need for improved information related to weather. Traditionally, Russia has not many such satellites operating in space and therefore has not had the capability to provide up-to-date weather forecasting. But that picture...

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Taiwan Deploys Sensors for Debris Flow Monitoring

Given steep terrain, frequent seismic activity, and torrential rains from typhoons, Taiwan is susceptible to large-scale and devastating debris flows and landslides. To address this considerable problem, and particularly the issue of loss of life and property,...

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