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China Uses New Data System for Health Check of BeiDou Spacecraft
China’s Xi’an Satellite Control Center recently completed a health...
LiDAR company Velodyne sues Chinese firms for patent infringement
LiDAR device manufacturer Velodyne on August 13 filed patent...
SC raps Delhi govt opposition to remote sensing technology
The Supreme Court on Monday rapped the Delhi government...
OGC and SSSI Working Together to Enhance the Capacity of Spatial Professionals Across Australia
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is excited to announce...
Indonesian space agency cements plans to work with Ecometrica on deforestation data
Edinburgh, 22 August 2019 – Downstream space and sustainability company Ecometrica has...
Remote GeoSystems Deploys geoDVR Mini Video Recorder for BVLOS Drone Pipeline Patrol, Inspections and Security in China with Xi’an ARTEL
FORT COLLINS, Colorado, USA/XI’AN, Shaanxi, CHINA – Remote GeoSystems,...
Chandrayaan 2 Successfully Enters Lunar Orbit
Isro has successfully placed Chandrayaan 2 into the lunar...
Search for Space-led Solutions Launches in Adelaide
Amazon and Deloitte will spearhead a search for new...
Philippine initiative utilises GIS for disaster risk reduction and mitigation
Four applications related to disaster risk reduction and mitigation...
China’s Meituan Dianping to join maps service battle
BEIJING/HONG KONG - Meituan Dianping, a Chinese online food...

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Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Satellite-Based Earth Observation Market Continues to Grow

Government agencies around the world are investing in earth observation data from commercial satellite providers for defense and security purposes in an effort to avoid the high capital cost of building their own...

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Asian Marine Spatial Data Infrastructures

Recent oil spill events in the Gulf of Mexico should cause others to awaken to the possibility that their coasts could be threatened by similar circumstances. Asian countries are now in a position to learn many...

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Aerial LiDAR Overview

LiDAR is another tool in the surveyor’s toolbox. It is capable of providing a three-dimensional X,Y,Z position with a possible accuracy of 5 cm.. The key components of aerial LiDAR instruments include: 

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Resource Mapping of East China Sea Remains Tense

As countries have exhausted their terrestrial natural resource reserves, they are turning to sea-bed resources. Perhaps nowhere else in the world is this practice as politically charged as the East China Sea. Particularly...

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Mapping the Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean plays a dominate role to the many countries and people of Asia. This contribution can be measured in many ways, from food to resources, transport and weather moderation. But how much do we...

Monday, May 10th, 2010

GPS Update Adds Accuracy

This month the U.S. Air Force begins the launch of new GPS satellites that will dramatically improve the accuracy of GPS signals. The IIF generation of satellites will eventually replace half of the existing satellite constellation, with...

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Least Squares Offer Incremental Accuracy Improvement

Building the government infrastructure for land record and land parcels involves the creation of a survey database of field measurement, geodetic survey control, and the surveyors’ boundary determinations. The cadastral dataset includes parcels, boundary lines, parcel corners,...

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

Mining and the Value of 3D

Mining operations have used 3D technologies for many years. These technologies provide important benefits to both open-pit and underground mining operations. The technologies used to capture 3D information include aerial and satellite imagery, laser, global positioning systems...

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

Robotic Lunar Explorers Closer

Odyssey Moon made its public debut on 6 December at the Space Investment Summit in San Jose, California. The company used the summit to announce that it has entered Google’s contest for a privately funded...

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

Virtual Campus Model Print_button Print

Yi-Hsing Tseng, a professor of geomatics at the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan gave people at the 28th ACRS a view inside a complex but highly detailed 3 D model of the campus. The model contains...

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