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South Korea partially suspends inter-Korean agreement over North’s spy satellite
SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea said North Korea fired...
Chinese software firm inks deal with Kenya to boost geospatial technology cooperation
Chinese technology firm, Supermap International, signed an agreement with...
Survey of India, Genesys International Sign MoU to Develop ‘Digital Twins’ Of Indian Cities
Genesys International, India’s home-grown geospatial mapping company and Survey...
UAE Space Agency leads first Space Pavilion participation at COP28
DUBAI - The UAE Space Agency is leading the...
ISRO, NASA likely to launch remote sensing satellite in 1st half of ’24
NEW DELHI: If everything goes as per plan, India...
IBM Advances Geospatial AI to Address Climate Challenges
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y.- IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced new...
Australia Greenlights Game-Changing Era: Commercial Drones with ParaZero Safety Systems to Fly
ParaZero is thrilled to be at the forefront of...
Asia’s top satellite operator aims to launch solar energy forecast system in Europe
Japan’s satellite titan SKY Perfect JSAT aims to expand...
Japan to set up $6.7bn JAXA fund to develop space industry
TOKYO -- Japan's cabinet on Monday approved a bill...
China launches a satellite to compete with Elon Musk’s Starlink
This was stated by Business Insider, citing a report...


Monday, October 23rd, 2023

China rolls out rocket for Shenzhou-17 mission to Tiangong

NEW DELHI, India — A crew of three astronauts is set to launch to China’s Tiangong space station next week for a six-month-long mission. Read More at SpaceNews

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

US, Singapore to Deepen Collaboration on Responsible AI Innovation

The US and Singapore completed a joint mapping exercise to make their AI governance frameworks interoperable. Read More at RegulationAsia

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Experts advocate for greater international cooperation at China Space Science Assembly

The 3rd China Space Science Assembly, taking place in Huzhou city in East China's Zhejiang province, has become a forum for scientists to discuss the evolving landscape and emerging trends in space science. A dominant theme at...

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

JICA assists Bhutan in geospatial data transformation project

More than 35 government agencies in the country currently employ Geo-spatial Information (GI) independently, leading to data duplication and the wastage of time and resources. Reda More at Kuensel

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Malaysia’s Angkasa-X: 1st geospatial/AIS satellite up, 6 more in 2024 and an IPO in the US

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Angkasa-X of Malaysia, with its first test satellite in orbit carrying medium-resolution optical imaging and an Automatic Identification System (AIS) maritime surveillance payload, is building six more satellites to launch in 2024 and preparing...

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Esri India Master’s Scholarships in GIS – 2023 Winners Announced

Esri India, the country’s leading Geographic Information System (GIS) Software and Solutions provider today announced the names of 10 students selected for ‘Master’s Scholarships in GIS’ for the year 2023. Read More at CXOToday

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Thaicom picks Airbus to build Eutelsat-backed GEO satellite for Asia

TAMPA, Fla. — Thaicom has picked Airbus to deliver an Asia-focused spacecraft in 2027, putting the manufacturer ahead of the pack for geostationary communications satellite wins so far this year after leaving 2022 empty-handed. Read More at...

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

China launches new Yunhai remote sensing satellite

HELSINKI — China added to its series of Yunhai remote sensing satellites late Saturday with a launch from the Gobi Desert. Read More at SpaceNews

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Gaganyaan Mission Highlights: Test Flight Successful, Crew Escape Module Touches Down

Gaganyaan Mission Test Flight Highlights: A similar fail-safe approach had been taken for Chandrayaan-3 and had helped ISRO script history by making India the first country to land nearer the south pole of the Moon in August....

Monday, October 9th, 2023

Launch of Thailand’s THEOS-2 Earth observation satellite postponed

The launch of Thailand’s second Earth observation satellite, THEOS-2, scheduled at 8.36am (UTC +7) this morning (Saturday), was abruptly postponed after a “red” status warning appeared. Read More at Thai PBS world

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