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Australian Space Agency funds development of aerospace-grade GNSS receiver
The Australian Space Agency has funded the development of...
Continuity risks for Australian EO data access
A new report details the widespread use of Earth...
China launches new remote sensing satellite
JIUQUAN, April 15 (Xinhua) -- China on Monday launched...
7.4-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Taiwan
A major, 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck the eastern coast of...
Tata Deploys Its Geospatial Satellite In Space on Space X’s Falcon 9 Rocket
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Tata Company launched India's first private commercial satellite...
Taiwan’s Formosat-8 Satellite Set for Launch by 2025
The Taiwan Space Agency has announced progress on the...
Iranian Scientists to Build Satellite Constellation for 2 Simultaneous Missions
The scientists at the knowledge-based company had previously succeeded...
China provides geospatial intel and other military support to Russia, US says
The US has warned its European allies that China...
Japanese lunar lander company ispace raises $53.5 million in stock sale
WASHINGTON — Japanese lunar lander developer has raised $53.5...
Esri and Prince Sultan University Advance GIS Education Through Strategic Partnership
Memorandum of Understanding with Institution Enhances GIS Curriculum and...

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Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Registrations Are Now Open for ISDE7

ISDE7 is renowned for attracting the world leaders in digital earth technologies. The dynamic conference program will see over 130 papers and many posters from the world’s leading thinkers on areas of economic and social sustainable development,...

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Japan: Damage / Needs Assessment Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami

A massive earthquake of magnitude of 9.0 occurred Friday 11 March, off the Pacific coast of the northeastern part of the Japanese main land (Tohoku Region), causing devastating damages. The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) named this earthquake...

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Malaysia Installs New Crime Mapping System

Malaysia has adopted a new GIS crime mapping system called “Safe City Monitoring System” as part of the country’s on-going efforts to ensure that crime prevention initiatives under the Government Transformation Program’s National Key Results Area are...

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

China’s Growing GPS Capability

The China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology announced the launch of the eighth satellite of the Beidou-2 global navigation system on-board a Long March 3A rocket on April 10, 2011. The satellite will join seven other satellites...

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Hydrological and Meteorological Equipment Handed – Nepal Kailash Sacred Landscape

Dr. Nirmal H. Rajbhandari, Director General, Department of Department of Hydrology and Meteorology of the Government of Nepal, received hydrological and meteorological equipment worth two crore Nepalese Rupees from Dr Andreas Schild, Director General of ICIMOD, under...

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Leica Geosystems Announces More than 50 Presentations at Hexagon 2011

Session titles and speaker names for more than 50 timely presentations are now posted online for the mapping and positioning industry’s most anticipated conference of 2011 – Hexagon 2011 is now just 8 weeks away....

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Results of Indian Pollution Laws Measured

Brown University economics and community health Professor Andrew Foster used surveys, monitoring and remote sensing imagery to assess the effects of air quality on health, a university release said Monday. One of the most polluted in the world...

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Arab Inventors Enter Satellite Navigation Competition

The Global Space and Satellite Forum (GSSF) 2011, held at ADNEC in Abu Dhabi from 9-11 May, will host the second European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC). Through the competition the ESNC seeks to uncover satellite navigation that uses...

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

53rd Photogrammetric Week in Stuttgart – 2nd Announcement

This regular event was initiated by Carl Pulfrich as a “Vacation Course in Photogrammetry” in 1909; since 1973 it has been held at the University of Stuttgart. Today, the Photogrammetric Week Series enjoys international recognition...

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

SuperGIS Applied to Spatial Data Management of National Parks

SuperGeo Technologies announced its latest GIS application to spatial data management in one of the most reputed National Parks in Taiwan. Covering Kinmen Island and many other islets, Kinmen National Park is characterized by its historical battle...