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Iran Claims To Be Developing One-Metre Resolution Earth Observation Satellite
The head of the Iran Space Agency, Morteza Barari,...
Apple Boss Defends Decision To Remove Hong Kong Mapping App From Its Store.
Apple's boss has defended the tech giant's decision to...
U.K. Announces £2 Million in Counter Drone Contracts with Industry and Academia
A recent Frost and Sullivan forecast predicts counter-drone market revenues...
Japan announces open sharing of radar satellite data
At GEO Week 2019, Ms. Sasaki, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of...
China announces open sharing of Gaofen data
At the opening of the GEO Week 2019 Plenary,...
South Africa And Uganda Win Big At GEO Week 2019
The GEO Week 2019 and the GEO Ministerial Summit...
Terra Drone conducts 160m chimney inspection at thermal power plant in Japan
Chiba, Japan – Leading industrial drone solutions provider Terra Drone...
Sudan launches its first ever satellite in partnership with China
Sudan's first-ever satellite to carry out research in military,...
China launches Gaofen-7 high-resolution satellite able to provide stereo imagery
BEIJING – China on Sunday launched a new high-resolution...
UK and Australia team up to use space technology to protect Pacific Ocean
Pacific island countries vulnerable to climate change will benefit...

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Council Delays Endorsing Spatial Planning Bill

The Jakarta City Council said Friday it was not able to conclude the deliberation of a draft of the 2010-2030 spatial planning bill since it was waiting for feedback from the public. The bill regulates how the...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Iran Aerial Imaging Platform Said to be Flying Saucer

An aircraft created by scientists in Iran is, they claim, the world’s first flying saucer. Called the Zohal - or Saturn in English - it said the unmanned spaceship is designed for 'aerial imaging' but added it...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Auditors Criticize India’s Remote Sensing Satellite Performance

The functioning of National Remote Sensing Centre, which works under Department of Space, came under the scrutiny of the Comptroller and Auditor General during which several faults in the way satellites were being utilised were picked. Three...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

The World’s Largest Science Experiment Kicks off in Australia

Australian school students will be the first to take part in the world's largest-ever scientific experiment. The Global Water Experiment, on World Water Day next Tuesday, involves primary and high school students across the nation and throughout...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Korean Peninsula Moves up to 5 cm East Due to Japan Quake

The Korean Peninsula has moved a 5 centimetres to the east due to the massive quake that rocked Japan last week, a state-run astronomical institute said today. The Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) said that...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Simulation of the Tsunami That Struck Japan

This type of simulation is quite rare. Only researchers from NOAA (U.S. Agency study of the ocean and atmosphere) have carried out such simulations in the days that followed the tsunami.In Europe, UCL is one of the...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Indian Earthquake Simulation System

A shrill alarm goes off, a giant screen comes to life and an earthquake strikes—measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale in the Pacific islands of Vanuatu. At the Tsunami Early Warning Centre of the Indian National Centre...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Launch – Bhutan Regional Geographic Information System Center

National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Caraga will launch its Regional Geographic Information System Center (RGISC) on March 22. The RGISC promotes Geographic Information System (GIS) as a tool for effective planning, decision-making, policy formulation, investment programming and...

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

New Zealand Firm Makes it Easier to Find ‘Need in the Haystack’

When it comes to location-based intelligence, Wellington firm Critchlow is firmly on the map. The 30-person company provides geospatial information and emergency management software and services to clients in a range of sectors including insurance and logistics...

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

Coastline Mapping to Check Over-Exploitation in India

The Ministry of Environment and Forests has decided to assess the carrying capacity of India's coastline before allowing further development. According to Jairam Ramesh, Minister of State for Environment, "We have to make a cumulative environment impact...

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