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Chinese ag-drone spayer maker helping with coronavirus
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India outlines launch plans, progress in human spaceflight and space transportation
HELSINKI — India’s launch plans for the coming year...
NSW government’s Spatial Digital Twin to help with future city mapping
The New South Wales government has launched a Spatial...
U.S.-Israel Mapping Team Goes to Work
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UK expertise in satellite Earth observation and climate
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Historic French city gets a 3D makeover from Australia
Groundbreaking 3D modelling of an old French city and...
New digital twin to better plan, design and manage Australia’s cities
A cutting edge 3D visualisation of Western Sydney was...
NRL’s remote sensing division analyzes ground characteristics in Australia
WASHINGTON — U.S. Naval Research Laboratory physical scientists, engineers,...
Google Maps tests swapping Commute for Go in new five-tab menu
Google’s popular mapping service turned 15 last week, and...
Japan’s mission to explore Mars’ moons gets a green light
Japan is moving ahead with plans to land a...


Monday, January 13th, 2020

South Korea’s KAI To Build Three Remote Sensing Satellites By 2025

South Korean news agency Yonhap reported on 31 December 2019 that South Korea’s largest aerospace company, the Korea Aerospace Industries Co. (KAI), has announced that it will build three remote sensing satellites with the Korean Aerospace Research...

Monday, January 13th, 2020

AMAP selects HERE as global provider of map and traffic data

Beijing – AMAP, China’s leading mapping, navigation and location-based services provider has selected HERE Technologies as their main provider of global map content and traffic information outside of China within its app, AMAP in April 2020. A super app, AMAP allows...

Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

Japan’s Tsubame Records Lowest Ever Satellite Altitude

Tsubame, an Earth Observation satellite developed by Japan’s space agency JAXA, has been registered by the Guinness World Records as having achieved the “lowest altitude by an Earth observation satellite in orbit,” for an altitude of 167.4...

Monday, January 6th, 2020

ISRO, Xiaomi in advanced talks over NaVIC chipsets

The Indian Space Research Organisation and Chinese mobile manufacturer Xiaomi are in advanced talks on the provision of chipsets that can support NaVIC, the Indian version of Global Positioning System (GPS), an official revealed. Read More at...

Monday, January 6th, 2020

University of Leeds teams up with UK Space Agency to tackle climate change

A new £5 million research centre at the University of Leeds will use cutting edge technology to look at ways of combating the climate crisis. Read More at LEEDSLive

Monday, January 6th, 2020

Australia fires MAP: Staggering satellite images show Australia’s raging fires from space

FEROCIOUS fires are blazing through Australia, triggering the evacuation of tens of thousands of residents and holidaymakers. Now satellite images show the staggering extent of the fires. Read More at Express.Co.UK

Monday, January 6th, 2020

After Chandrayaan-2 setback in 2019, ISRO plans another lunar mission

NEW DELHI: With 13 accomplished missions, including launching of 50 foreign satellites, to an unsuccessful Chandrayaan-2 in 2019, ISRO has resolved to alight its lander on the lunar surface with Chandrayaan-3 in addition to a maiden solar...

Monday, January 6th, 2020

United Kingdom Teaming With United States in Space

ABOARD THE HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH — The United Kingdom is pursuing ambitious plans for new satellite launch capabilities while increasing collaboration with its U.S. ally in space. Read More at National Defense Magazine

Monday, January 6th, 2020

Satellite images show protests at US Embassy in Baghdad

Satellite images show the recent protests in Baghdad that saw pro-Iran militiamen and their supporters attempt to storm the U.S. Embassy. Read More at Fox News

Monday, January 6th, 2020

US Restricts Export of AI Related to Geospatial Imagery

The U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security announced yesterday that it would restrict the export of artificial intelligence-related technologies beginning January 6. That might seem like bad news for the American tech industry, but it's actually not...

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