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Italy’s e-GEOS To Supply COSMO-SkyMed Imagery To Indonesia And Japan
e-GEOS, a company jointly owned by the Italian Space...
European Geospatial Industry to Touch €93.94 Billion by 2020!
The European geospatial industry is being stimulated by the...
ISRO Likely to Launch Chandrayaan-2 on January 3 Next Year
Chandrayaan-2 is planned for a window from January 3...
Qualcomm, Qianxun SI, Quectel launch high positioning GNSS service for China automotive industry
Qualcomm Technologies, in partnership with precise positioning service provider...
India Launches UTRAQ, First ‘Desi’ Version of GPS Module Based on ISRO’s IRNSS
India has launched its very own GPS module. Known...
Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan May Jointly Build Satellite
The Ministry of Defense and Aerospace Industry of Kazakhstan...
After France, India Likely to Ink Pact with Russia for Gaganyaan
After an agreement with France, India could ink a...
Japanese Robots Land on Moving Asteroid in World First
Two robots from Japan’s space agency have landed on...
Morocco to Launch 2nd Earth Observation Satellite in Nov.
Morocco will launch its second high-resolution Earth observation satellite...
Surya University of Indonesia Selected for Additional UNOOSA/JAXA KiboCUBE Opportunity
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)...

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Sunday, December 25th, 2011

Japan’s KDDI to Open Tsunami Data Center

Japanese mobile carrier KDDI  has announced that it will establish a data center in Sendai, one of the areas hit the hardest by the earthquake and tsunami this past March. The center will be for managing mobile customer data, and will...

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

“Smarter Cities: Crucibles of Global Progress”

Consider this: If humans had been able to go into orbit around the Earth 100 years ago, they could have seen the light from 16 concentrations of a million or more people. Today, as the crews of...

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

IBM – Analyzing the Future of Cities

The majority of us live in cities, and the percentage is growing. Municipal leaders who run the complex network of diverse people, expected services and aging infrastructure are on a constant search for more efficient ways to...

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

3 Dhaka Rivers to Get Boundary Pillars

Shipping Minister Shahjahan Khan yesterday formally launched the raising of boundary pillars along the Buriganga at Jinjira Ferry Ghat in Keraniganj to demarcate the river and parts of the Turag and the Balu. The High Court in 2009...

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Stewart Walker Runs for ASPRS President

Many in the photogrammetric and GIS communities are familiar with Stewart’s background and body of work. He has M.A., M.S.c.E., and Ph.D. degrees in geography and geomatics from the universities of Glasgow, New Brunswick, and Bristol, an...

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Record and Playback for GNSS Testing

Record and playback (RP) systems are increasingly popular in the GNSS receiver testing and validation process. For this reason, it’s important to have a better understanding of the RP’s contribution to the tested receiver’s raw measurements. Through documented laboratory test results...

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Intergraph’s Geospatial Sub-track “Sneak Peek”

Get a preliminary look at the exciting topics in the Intergraph Geospatial sub-track at Hexagon 2012. Below is just a sampling of the wide-ranging topics important to agencies and businesses around the world. Let us help you...

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

National Spatial Data Infrastructure Risk Analysis in Turkey

Turkish National Spatial Data Infrastructure activities have been started by the motivation of Circular No. 2003/48 which was declared by Turkish Prime Ministry in 2003 within...

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

China to Launch Country’s First High-resolution Mapping Satellite for Civil Purposes

China will launch its first-ever high-resolution geological mapping satellite for civil purposes next January, according to official sources. The Ziyuan III satellite will be launched aboard a Long March 4B carrier rocket from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in northern...

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Pitney Bowes Business Insight Understands The Cost of Floods to Communities

Floods happen, it is a way of Australian life. What we do to reduce the impact on our communities is what matters. Pitney Bowes Business Insight understands the cost and complexity many local authorities face as they...

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