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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...

Friday, August 17th, 2012

SuperGIS for Disaster Evacuation and Rescue Plan

Climate change has increased the frequency and impact ranges of mass disasters all around the world. Disaster prevention and management therefore plays an important role in warding off diverse natural disasters. Take Taiwan for instance. Located in...

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Vallejo Named Senior Vice President of Operations for Topcon Positioning Systems

Ray Vallejo has been named senior vice president of operations for Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS). He was formerly the vice president of planning for Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA). The promotion announcement was made by Joseph Noah, TPS...

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Fujitsu Uses Image Analysis Technology to Generate Rice Paddy Parcel Maps

Fujitsu today announced that, in collaboration with the Federation of Hokkaido Agricultural Mutual Aid Association (Hokkaido NOSAI) and the Kamikawa Chuo Agricultural Mutual Aid Association (Kamikawa Chuo NOSAI), it will aid in creating maps of rice paddy...

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Improved Support for Landsat Imagery in ArcGIS 10.1

To assist scientists and land and resources managers in evaluating the earth's changing landscape, Esri announced today that it has further improved support for Landsat imagery, including simplified workflows for ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop and improvements in...

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

National Cheng Kung University Utilizes SuperGIS Software for Disaster Evacuation Application

Climate change has increased the frequency and impact ranges of mass disasters all around the world. Disaster prevention and management therefore plays an important role in warding off diverse natural disasters. Take Taiwan for instance. Located in...

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

SuperGIS Products Aid with Mining Management in South Africa

Based on the recommendation of SuperGeo’s distributor, Spatial Perspective, in South Africa, Geospatial Resources, the consulting company that serves Environmental Services, Town Planning, and Surveying, purchased SuperGIS software to assist the local governments in dealing with environmental...

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Clark Labs and Imazon Assist Conservation International on Spatial Models of Future Deforestation in Suriname

Clark Labs of Clark University and Imazon have partnered to assist Conservation International (CI) and the government of Suriname in building technical capacity required for spatial planning, including the creation of data products needed to estimate a...

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

Velodyne’s LiDAR Division Announces Agreement With Caterpillar for Laser Imaging Technology

Caterpillar and the LiDAR Division of Velodyne Acoustics, Inc., have announced an agreement that allows Caterpillar exclusive rights of use and manufacturer for Velodyne's patented HDL-64 LiDAR-sensing system, which incorporates proprietary laser-imaging technology, that will be used...

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