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Chinese scientists say goodbye to Tiangong-2, expecting space station
After helping scientists complete many significant experiments such as...
ISRO Joins Exclusive club with Launch of Chandrayaan-2 Mission
A GSLV Mk II rocket lifted off from the...
Mapbox and Yahoo! JAPAN Collaborate to Transform the Digital Experience of Maps in Japan
San Francisco, California and Tokyo, Japan- Mapbox and Yahoo...
Japan’s Terra Drone gains footing in Central Asia with investment in leading Kazakh drone company KazUAV
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – July 18, 2019 – Japan-based Terra...
ISRO calls off Chandrayaan 2 launch due to technical glitch
India’s ambitious second lunar mission, Chandrayaan 2, suffered a...
Ministry of Interior wins global excellence award in GIS
Doha: The Ministry of the Interior, represented by the...
UAE military satellite lost in Vega launch failure
A European Vega launcher failed Wednesday night around two...
Russia Launches Telescope Into Space To Map The Cosmos In ‘Outstanding’ Detail
Russia has successfully launched a new telescope into space, marking...
UAE’s space programme: ‘UAE to come back stronger with the launch of Falcon Eye 2 soon’
Dubai: The loss of the Falcon Eye 1 satellite...
France announces Air and Space Force, due to launch in 2020
French President, Emmanuel Macron, has announced that the country's...

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Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Geospatial Technology & Mega Hydro Projects

China has slowly re-opened the door for development of mega hydro projects. This follows a period where such development was limited due to environmental concerns. A number of projects have recently been given approval to proceed including...

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

National Land Surveys – Information – Policy

Land surveys provide the means to initiate administrative actions that support growth and development. Different countries approach the construction of national land datasets in different ways. In Korea, a national land survey was initiated and it included...

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

The Group on Earth Observation Convenes This Week in China

The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) convenes in China this week to discuss the creation and coordination of the planetary system of earth observation. The Seventh Plenary Session from Nov. 3-5 in Beijing marks the fifth year...

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Laser Mapping Helps Predict Avalanches in the Himalayas

The Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), one of Asia's largest research and development organizations, has teamed with Elcome Technologies in India to deploy the Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE). SASE is deploying the SiteMonitor laser...

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

Indonesia – Tsunami Warning System Monitoring

During the past week we have learned that the existing Tsunami Warning Systems in Indonesia have been vandalised. This act may have contributed toward the greater number of deaths as, any...

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Australia Embarks on an Effort to Build Virtual Australia Print

The idea of Virtual Australia is to build a fully interoperable interactive 3D photo-realistic simulation of the natural and built environment on all scales down to 2cm, including internal spaces and...

Friday, October 29th, 2010

GPS Handhelds Support Green Initiatives for the City of Shanghai

Over the past several years, City of Shanghai leaders have been focusing their efforts on creating a greener and more sustainable city. Being awarded the World Expo 2010 event was even...

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

India Touts the Role of Space Technologies for Natural Resource Management

Dr. Kasturirangan, the chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), spoke this week at the inaugural National Seminar on Management of Natural Resources and Environment. He emphasized the important role of space technologies for natural resource...

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

Central Southern China Power – 2D to 3D Design

Central Southern China Power Institute presented at the recent Be Inspired 2010 Conference this week in Amsterdam. The institute employs 1400 people and 80 engineers. It has completely advanced the construction processes for many substations, moving from...

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Extending Spatial Software to Decision Making

Traditionally the spatial information sector has been very good at collecting geodata and processing it. The number and types of different sensors has grown from digitization to aerial imagery and now includes integrated sensors that are able...

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