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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,...

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

The Geospatial World Forum Showcases the Rise of India’s Geospatial Sector

The Geospatial World Forum took place this week in Hyderabad, India. This is the third bi-annual event in a series, although the word mapping has been replaced with the word geospatial for this year’s installment. The conference...

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Building – Construction & Geospatial Technology

Construction and infrastructure is poised to expand across Asia in 2011. This growth will include many different types of infrastructure and engage a broad range of geomatics technologies and geospatial technology supported expansion. Emerging and Developing Asian...

Friday, January 14th, 2011

Singapore Expands Transport Infrastructure

Singapore has been growing rapidly. The statistics for the country are impressive including an annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 6.9% and a jobless rate of 2.1%, for the last quarter of 2010. The mean population growth...

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Large-scale Mapping and Monitoring of Pandas Yields New Insight

Giant pandas have been known to require a unique habitat, but data mining of a recent in-depth and large-scale mapping and monitoring effort yields new insight indicating that they need old-growth forests as much as bamboo ...

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Remote Sensing and GNSS for High Value Agriculture

Aerial imagery and GNSS technologies are gaining popularity for use by agricultural producers. While precision farming has been a primary reason for introducing these technologies into many operations, other factors also play an important role - namely...

Friday, January 7th, 2011

GeoDesign Ushers in a Whole New Modality for the Design Professional

Jack Dangermond, founder and president of Esri, opened the second GeoDesign Summit this week in Redlands, Calif. at the company's headquarters. The current line of thinking revolve around a new modality where designers will be able...

Friday, January 7th, 2011

Geospatial Data Management is Key to Efficiency

The problems of managing geospatial data are getting harder rather than easier, because the volumes of data continue to result in increased file sizes, and data archives continue to grow rapidly. With better geospatial content management, users...

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