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Monday, August 27th, 2012

Optech Announces New Airborne Lidar Sensor: Orion H300—High Density at High Altitude and in Real Time

Optech is pleased to announce the latest addition to its innovative line of ALTM airborne laser terrain mappers, the Optech Orion H300. Built on the award-winning Orion sensor platform, the H300 adds high-altitude capability to a model...

Sunday, August 26th, 2012

Western Australia Disaster Recovery System Storms through Real-life Trial

A new rapid damage assessment (RDA) system developed to aid disaster recovery has stormed through its first major test with flying colours. The Western Australian (WA) Fire and Emergency Services Authority (FESA) prototype enables Urban Search and...

Friday, August 24th, 2012

GPS Technology Finding its Way Into Court

The rapid spread of cellphones with GPS technology has allowed police to track suspects with unprecedented precision — even as they commit crimes. But the legal fight is only now heating up, with prosecutors and privacy activists...

Friday, August 24th, 2012

Bushfire Prevention Technology Set to Ignite Spatial Conference

Australia’s largest vegetation management company is using cutting-edge mapping technology to combat a key cause of the dangerous bushfires and blackouts that plague the nation each year: severed powerlines. Using technology from Geographic Information System (GIS) specialists...

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

New Indoor Positioning Indoor Alliance, In-Location, Promotes Indoor Services and Solutions

The In-Location Alliance was launched today by 22 companies across industries to drive innovation and market adoption of high accuracy indoor positioning and related services. Accurate indoor positioning opens up plenty of possibilities for new mobile services....

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

New Study Maps Himalayan Glacier Behaviour

Glaciers are one of the largest reservoirs of freshwater on our planet, and their melting or growing is one of the best indicators of climate change. However, knowledge of glacier change has been hampered by lack of...

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Intergraph Helps Milton Rural Landcare Improve Land Management

Milton Rural Landcare – a group of residents and landholders in Milton, Australia, that enhances the sustainability of farms in the region – has selected Intergraph®'s geospatial software to improve overall land management. The organization is using...

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Blue Marble to Exhibit at ISPRS 2012 Conference in Melbourne, Australia

Blue Marble Geographics will be exhibiting at the ISPRS Conference in Melbourne, Australia from August 26th -31st, 2012. Come and visit Booth 27B to see first-hand the latest enhancements found in Blue Marble Desktop v2.5 and Global...

Monday, August 20th, 2012

GIS a Big Deal for Big Data

Cutting-edge data mapping technology is the lifeline that will save the financial services sector from drowning in the abyss that is Big Data, according to a leading financial specialist. Esri Australia Principal Consultant Gary Johnson said Geographic...

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Cold Case King to Advise Australian Law Enforcers

An ex-criminal profiler who used cutting-edge mapping technology to help catch a notorious US serial killer has been invited to advise Australian law enforcers on how the technology could breathe new life into thousands of the nation’s...

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