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Angola, France sign agreement on earth observation
Paris, ANGOLA, May 16 - The Angolan and French...
Kenya to expedite geospatial technology use
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China to set up high resolution Earth observation center in Qingdao
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China to customise satellite data for countries participating in its Belt and Road Initiative
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Myanmar to start project to launch earth observation satellite next year
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Terra Drone India surveys 4,200 sq km in Maharashtra for smart water management
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Africa’s top aerospace and remote sensing startups presented solutions to some of the continents pressing challenges
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Maharashtra Using Drones For Smart Water Management
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UAE Space Agency to launch satellite developed by students
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Pakistan Signs Space Cooperation Agreement With China To Enable First Pakistani Astronaut
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Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Boom Year in Australia Sees Geospatial Giants Strengthen their Alliance

After a year of significant growth for spatial technology into new sectors such as financial services and law enforcement, two of the industry’s biggest proponents have renewed their industry partnership – to ensure more Australian organisations can...

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Lehman Aviation Launches the LA300 Professional Drone

Lehmann Aviation, the manufacturer of professional micro civil UAVs, has launched LA300, a new automatic drone for professional still aerial images (41Mp) and video, for most accurate mapping and surveying.

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Distorted GPS Signals Reveal Hurricane Wind Speeds

By pinpointing locations on Earth from space, GPS systems have long shown drivers the shortest route home and guided airline pilots across oceans. Now, by figuring out how messed up GPS satellite signals get when bouncing around...

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

SuperGIS Toolkit Now Available to Support Biodiversity Analysis Functions

Supergeo Technologies, a leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, announced that SuperGIS Toolkit in SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a performs Biodiversity Analysis to assist users in better understanding the relationship and the distribution between species and...

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Supergeo Renews Partnership Agreement with Information & Science Techno System Co. in Japan

Supergeo, a leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, renews the partnership agreement with Information & Science Techno System Co., to collaborate on promoting the comprehensive and innovative SuperGIS solutions in Japan.

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

International Course on Management and Applied Techniques in Cartography

The International course on Management and Applied Techniques in Cartography, IC_Cartotechnology, is enrolling students. IC_Cartotechnology is a capacity-building instrument to provide a wide range of geoinformation professionals with basis of advanced and up-to-date techniques, tools and critical...

Monday, July 15th, 2013

GIS Technology Can Put Hospital Crisis to Bed, Says Expert

Cutting-edge mapping technology being trialled by health providers in the US could help Australia tackle its growing hospital crisis, according to a visiting international geo-health expert.

Monday, July 15th, 2013

Discover How Astrium Services Can Help Shape our World

Astrium Services will deliver a campaign over the coming months designed to communicate the diversity and value of its range of Earth observation services, connect to existing and potential customers and strengthen the identity of the dynamic...

Monday, July 15th, 2013

GeoM Takes Aerial Mapping to Next Level with Survey Technology Purchase

South African GeoM (formerly Geomatica) has invested in a state of the art navigation system designed to dramatically improve the locational accuracy and reliability of aerial survey data. Specialists in laser scanning GeoM offers a range of...

Friday, July 12th, 2013

IGNSS 2013 to Discuss New Australian Government Reports on the Economic Benefits of Precise Positioning to the Australia Economy

The Australian Government’s Space Coordination Office recently engaged ACIL Allen to prepare reports on the economic benefit of precise positioning for a number of different sectors across the Australian economy. Those reports have now been completed and...

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