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Terra Drone group company KazUAV supports World Bank’s school infrastructure risk assessment initiative in Kyrgyzstan
KazUAV is leveraging 3D mapping drones to help the...
Aerometrex Soars Higher with New 3D Models
Aerial mapper Aerometrex has released two new services for...
thinkWhere Announces 2020 Training Calendar
Stirling, Scotland – thinkWhere, a specialist in open source...
India to Put Humanoid Robot in Space by End-2020: ISRO
A humanoid robot will be ISRO’s first ‘astronaut’ in...
South Korea’s Chollian-2B Environmental Satellite To Launch In February 2020
South Korean environmental monitoring and oceanographic satellite Chollian-2B is...
Australian Bushfires: Mapping Population Dynamics
Massive wildfires have burned over 15 million acres of...
CDA, Survey of Pakistan to digitise capital’s land records
ISLAMABAD: To digitise land record system of the federal capital,...
UK Creates Virtual Satellite Data Centre In Fight Against Climate Change
UK Ministers announced on 30 December 2019 backing for...
South Korea’s KAI To Build Three Remote Sensing Satellites By 2025
South Korean news agency Yonhap reported on 31 December...
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...

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

“YourSpaceAvenue”: Astrium and Partners Offer Access to Space

Astrium launches a new satellite platform package called “YourSpaceAvenue” based on the Myriade microsatellite programme at the Paris Air Show 2011. Jean Dauphin, Astrium France’s Director of Earth Observation and Science said: “”YourSpaceAvenue” offers space solutions to...

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Laos, Cambodia Agree to Work on Border

Laos and Cambodia have agreed to discuss border issues, including surveying and addressing drug trafficking in the remote area, the state-run Vientiane Times newspaper reported Monday. The two governments agreed to more work related to border surveys...

Monday, May 30th, 2011

East Sea Issue in the Spotlight

The East Sea is a semi-enclosed sea in the Pacific Ocean, covering an area of over 3.5 million sq. km. It is bordered by nine coastal countries, namely Vietnam, China, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia...

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Mineral Exploration Tool Developers Win Award

A team of CSIRO Future Manufacturing Flagship scientists has won a major mining industry award for the invention of the highly sensitive magnetic field sensor which sits at the operational heart of the mineral exploration tool, LANDTEM.

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Qualcomm Incorporates GPS and GLONASS Into Products

Qualcomm Incorporated announced the Company’s product support for the Russian GLONASS satellite system and the unique capability to utilize both the GPS and GLONASS networks simultaneously for greater location performance. The additional signals from this expanded satellite...

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Australia Urged to Enter Space Race

Space scientists are calling on the Federal Government to invest more than $100 million to help safeguard from the effects of severe space weather and political obstruction. Members of the Canberra-based Australian Academy of Science and other space...

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

New Delhi Spatial Database to be Used Starting August 1

The capital has about 48 lakh buildings, 3 lakh manholes and nearly 17,000 kilometres of running road length. All this information is part of the extensive database that captures the demographics of the capital and utilities like...

Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Japan Plans the Most Advanced Eco-city

There has been a lot of talk about Japan peeling back on nukes and emphasizing alternative energy. A new policy, which Prime Minister Naoto Kan began to outline this week, would embrace solar and wind power and...

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Sri Lanka’s Development Programme to Integrate Disaster Risk Management

Sri Lanka's Environment Minister Yapa said that it is necessary to have a proper plan for development without delay. "All stakeholders have to do their development without harm to cultural and historical sites, water resources, mineral resources,...

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Venezuela, China to Launch Earth Observation Satellite Next Year

Venezuela and China will develop an observation satellite to be built in Asia and launched from South America in 2012, according to Venezuela's science and technology minister. Ricardo Menendez said Thursday that the earth-observation satellite, to be...