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Isro to Launch Cartosat 2 Sat with 30 Nano Sats in Mid-December
After the unsuccessful launch of navigation satellite IRNSS-1H, Indian...
Singapore Implements its First Tariff Increase in 17 Years to Secure its Future Water Needs
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A-ASI Announces Collaboration with KAIST’S CR2CENT
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DJI Opens Its First Drone Arena in Japan
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Russia Launched European Satellite Successfully as Part of ESA’s Copernicus Programme
Russia has recently launched a satellite into the orbit...
ADEX 2017: South Korea Showcases Unmanned Solutions
South Korean defence contractors have put unmanned aircraft systems...
ISRO Eyes to Shrug Off Setback with Cartosat Launch in December
The Indian Space Research Organisation plans to launch a...
Iran to Launch Communications Satellite by 2021
TEHRAN (MNA) – The head of Iranian Space Research...
Australian Geospatial Specialists Sign Tech Agreement
Perth-based geospatial technology developer Pointerra has entered into a...
Call for Papers Open for Locate18/GeoSmart Asia 2018
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Thursday, December 16th, 2010

CEO Survey Reveals Mixed Outlook for Asia Pacific Technology Sector for 2011

A Deloitte survey of Asia Pacific’s fastest growing technology companies revealed that just over half (54 percent) had a strong growth outlook for the next 12 months, while 43 percent predicted weak or negative growth. Even with...

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

Richard Mohr Returns to Intermap Technologies as Chief Financial Officer

Intermap Technologies, a worldwide 3D digital mapping and geospatial solutions company, today announced Richard Mohr will rejoin the organization as chief financial officer and senior vice president effective January 1, 2011. Richard had previously worked for Intermap...

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

RMSI HR Head wins “Leading Woman in Human Resources” Award

RMSI Human Resources Head, Ms Gagan Jyot has won the “Leading Woman in Human Resources” award at the “2nd Annual Women Leaders in India Conference and Awards 2010” held at the capital recently. Organized by iGroup, these...

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Images from Space Enhance UN Efforts to Promote Sustainable Development

The map, “Latin America and the Caribbean – Atlas of our changing environment,” released today by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), combines over 200 precise and striking satellite images with analysis based on rigorous data in the...

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Sovzond Company Presents Russian Language GEOMATICS Magazine

GEOMATICS is an international full colored periodical published 4 times a year that focuses on reporting the latest news, opinions and developments in geospatial and remote sensing technologies. Earth Remote Sensing is one of the most successfully and...

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Zahalka Named President of Topcon Precision Agriculture

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has announced the promotion of Albert Zahalka to president of its Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA) business unit. Zahalka joined TPA as senior vice president in early 2010. "Thanks to Albert's leadership we have...

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Topcon Focuses Additional Resources On Ag Business

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has announced the addition of Mark Bittner to manage the North American sales of its Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA) business unit and develop global agricultural OEM opportunities. Bittner, senior vice president and general...

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Survey of Kalgoorlie Earthquake Damage

Australia has a low seismicity (or rate of occurrence of earthquakes) when compared to countries located along tectonic plate boundaries such as New Zealand or Indonesia. Seismic risk, however, is the combination of hazard, community exposure and...

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

GIS Supporting Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Malaysia

Shorelines present complex environmental and engineering issues to those charged with their management.  These issues are becoming more difficult and more political, particularly in SE Asia where people are only now seeing the multi-faceted benefits of coastal...

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

SuperGIS Selected by Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research

Established in 1967, KISR is to carry out applied scientific research to contribute to the economic and social development for Kuwait. By means of the effort of International Integrated Environmental Services Ltd. (IIES), SuperGeo’s distributor in Kuwait,...

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