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Thursday, August 15th, 2013

International LiDAR Mapping Forum Announces Call for Papers

SPAR Point Group, organizer of the International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF), which will take place February 17-19, 2014 in Denver, Colorado, USA, announced a Call for Papers and invites any interested parties to submit abstracts by September...

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Living Atlas of the World to be Featured at Ozri 2013

That dusty, tattered atlas on your bookshelf could soon be superseded by a living, online version that uses cutting-edge mapping technology to provide real-time views of the world. Devised by global Geographic Information System (GIS) technology giant...

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

DroneMetrex Creates a 3D Railway Map in Australia with its TopoDrone-100

DroneMetrex has successfully performed a high-precision railway mapping project in Australia. The company’s in-house developed TopoDrone-100 flew and reliably mapped 0,5 km on each of the four sides of the approach to the crossing intersection of the...

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Indonesia Focuses on Geospatial Information for Defence

National defense system is an important element in maintaining the country, as well as the Republic of Indonesia. Geospatial Information Agency or the Badan Informati Geospatial (BIG) continues to play a role in supporting...

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

ESA’s Next Galileo Satellite Passes Its Trial by Noise

Anyone witnessing a rocket launch will be struck by the noise levels, even when observing from several kilometres away. A satellite on top of its launcher is exposed to much higher levels, of course. So testing is...

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

MIT and Malaysia Team on Sustainable City Planning Project

SA+P has recently signed an agreement with Malaysia's leading engineering and science school – the Universiti of Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) – to develop new materials to strengthen the teaching of sustainable city development in the global South...

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

TerraStar GNSS Establishes Base at Nottingham University (UK)

TerraStar GNSS, leading suppliers of precision positioning services for worldwide near-shore dredging, survey, aerial and land applications, have established a base as an integral part of Nottingham University’s internationally-renowned GNSS Research and Applications Centre of Excellence (GRACE)...

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Cameron’s Sub Partner Dives Into Australia’s Deep Unknown

The man who sent Titanic Director James Cameron to the bottom of the ocean is ready to dive into a new project to map the unknown depths of Australia’s ocean floor. Submariner and intrepid adventurer Ron Allum...

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

GIS Field Survey Application for Agriculture Planning and Development

Inaccurate data collection may result in unwise decisions. To avoid this problem decreasing the operational efficiency, Ministry of Agriculture, Republic of Indonesia used GIS to precisely record and publish the agricultural data for operating agriculture and funding...

Monday, August 12th, 2013

Australian Councils Declare Mapping as a Key Technology for Sustainable Cities

Sustainable Australian cities must be built using Geographic Information System (GIS) technology according to the vast majority of the nation’s councils surveyed in a landmark study of local government. The 2013 GIS in Local Government Benchmark Study...

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