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Concerns About Chinese Made Drones Could Drive the Commercial Drone Industry to New Heights
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Nepal Parliament approves new map as dispute with India escalates
The lower house of Nepal's Parliament on Saturday approved...
ISRO Invites Applications for a New Online Certificate Course on Satellite Photogrammetry: Here’s How to Apply
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China launches third Gaofen-9 satellite, postpones Beidou mission
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New GNSS correction service launched for Australia
Australia-based Position Partners has launched MiRTK, an open architecture...
Australian space start-up plans orbital demonstration
Australian-based start-up Spiral Blue has signed an agreement with...
China launches new Earth observation satellite
A Long March-2D carrier rocket successfully put the satellite...
Saudi Arabia Launches COVID-19 Dashboard Using Esri Technology
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Space traffic monitoring station wins funding
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iXblue, Woolpert Partner to Deliver Lidar Mapping Services to New Zealand Councils
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Friday, April 10th, 2020

Air surveyor defends lockdown flights, says it’s building a coronavirus relief plan

An Australian land survey company taking photos of New Zealand cities during lockdown says it is allowed to. Read More at Stuff.com

Friday, April 10th, 2020

Israeli defense companies are turning radars into coronavirus symptom detectors

Two major Israeli defense companies have developed cutting-edge coronavirus symptom detectors that will allow doctors to remotely pick up on suspicious symptoms of COVID-19. The sensors were created by adapting radar and camera technology that come from...

Friday, April 10th, 2020

India- Drone Services to Facilitate an Opportunistic Approach in the Agriculture and Media Industry

The global drone services market is expected to grow at a rapid pace by dint of increasing adoption of advanced technology solutions across various industry verticals. Drone applications provide a wide range of benefits — sensor logic...

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Kazakhstan uses drones to patrol capital city during COVID-19 lockdown

Terra Drone group company KazUAV has helped Nur-Sultan police to use drones to patrol and monitor illegal border movement and slow the spread of coronavirus in Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – April 9, 2020 – KazUAV, Kazakhstan’s leading...

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

Myriota raises $28 million to fund global expansion

South Australian satellite connectivity company Myriota has raised A$28 million in Series B funding to bolster its satellite network and increase its workforce by 2022. Myriota will use the latest round of funding to increase its constellation...

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Russia ready to launch multi-satellite orbital groups – Roscosmos chief

MOSCOW - The launch of British OneWeb communications satellites on March 21 by the Soyuz 2.1b carrier rocket showed that Russia is ready for deploying multi-satellite orbital groups, Head of Roscosmos space corporation Dmitry Rogozin said on...

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group Prepares to Launch their First Satellite “Golden Bauhinia No.1”

HONG KONG- Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group (HKATG) announced it aims to launch the "Golden Bauhinia No.1" low-orbit high frequency satellite in June from China. The planned launch marks an important milestone in the company's "Golden Bauhinia"...

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Covid-19: Malaysia enlists UASs to enforce countermeasures

The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) and Royal Malaysian Police (RMP) have deployed micro and small-class unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) to support enforcement of the government-mandated Movement Control Order (MCO) aimed at addressing the coronavirus outbreak in the...

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Canadian Space Agency’s Letter of Interest for Seven ‘Priority’ Technologies

The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has published a Letter of Interest (LOI) for seven high-rank technologies the agency wants the aerospace industry to create as part of its Space Technology Development Program. Read More at Dual Dove

Monday, March 30th, 2020

European drone-airspace integration project kicks off

GMV has been awarded the SUGUS project (Solution for E-GNSS U Space Service), which aims to speed the adoption of GNSS and Galileo in the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) segment and ensure safe airspace access by unmanned...

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