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Matternet Expands Operations to Asia Through Drone Delivery Partnership with Japan Airlines
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Space Foundation Signs MOU with UAE’s Al Suwaidi Private Office & Group
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Seven HKU young scientists awarded China’s Excellent Young Scientists Fund 2020
Young researchers at the University of Hong Kong have...
Launch Of South Korean CAS500-1 Satellite Delayed Until 2021
MOSCOW - The launch of South Korean CAS500-1 (Compact Advanced Satellite...
India, US likely to ink geospatial intelligence pact ahead of November 3 presidential election
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Dubai Police Select Draganfly to Pilot New Drone Initiatives
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EU and China sign landmark agreement protecting European Geographical Indications
Today, the EU and China signed a bilateral agreement...
China’s optical remote sensing satellite fails to enter pre-set orbit
China has declared the Kuaizhou-1A rocket mission a failure...
Life on Venus? Isro’s Shukrayaan-1 mission in race to the fiery planet
Astronomers on Monday said they have found a potential...
Japanese City Using GIS on iPads for Field Survey
The City of Tamba in Hyogo prefecture, Japan, performs...

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Saturday, July 23rd, 2011

Secret WWII Underground Bunkers and Tunnels Mapped with ProMark 100 GNSS Receiver

Beneath the surface of this tropical paradise in the city of Townsville on Australia’s Sunshine Coast lies a still hidden maze of tunnels and underground bunkers, once said to be used by General Douglas MacArthur. Learning the...

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

U.N. Clears China Sea-Floor Plan

As China's first manned deep-sea craft prepared for a landmark dive to 5,000 meters, or 16,400 feet, that surpasses current U.S. capabilities, a United Nations body approved Beijing's plan to explore a swath of ocean floor between...

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Intergraph 2011 Southeast Asia Commences

Intergraph, the leading global provider of engineering software, has opened Intergraph 2011 Southeast Asia today in Pattaya, Thailand, bringing together Southeast Asia’s top businesses, governments and organisations for two days of information sessions and networking among industry...

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

ASCE Publishes Book on New Global Positioning Technologies

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is pleased to announce the publication of its new book CORS and OPUS for Engineers: Tools for Surveying and Mapping Technologies, sponsored by the Geomatics Division of ASCE and the...

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

NAVTEQ Expands Verified Coverage in Indonesia by 300%

NAVTEQ, the leading global provider of maps, traffic and location data enabling navigation, location-based services and mobile advertising around the world, announced at the Indonesia International Motor Show 2011 that it has increased the number of verified...

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Nepal to Re-measure Mount Everest

Nepal has ordered a new survey of Mount Everest to end the "confusion" over the exact height of the world's highest mountain, a government spokesman has said. The official overall height of Everest is designated as 8,848m (29,029ft). But...

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Japan’s Zenrin May Buy 24% In GIS Firm MapMyIndia

Japanese map publisher Zenrin Co Ltd may acquire 24% stake for $30 Mn in CE Info Systems Pvt Ltd, which runs MapMyIndia.com, an online map service.  The deal will value MapMyIndia at $125 Mn. If the deal...

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Secret WWII Underground Bunkers and Tunnels Mapped with ProMark 100 GNSS Receiver

Beneath the surface of this tropical paradise in the city of Townsville on Australia’s Sunshine Coast lies a still hidden maze of tunnels and underground bunkers, once said to be used by General Douglas MacArthur. Learning...

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Mapping the Borders of South Sudan Has Been Fraught with Difficulty

Six months before South Sudan officially declared its independence, becoming the world's newest nation on 9 July, eight people met in an unremarkable boardroom in Glasgow over tea and biscuits to plot one of this fledgling country's...

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Asian Diplomats Make Progress on Sea Dispute

Asian diplomats said they made new progress in negotiating guidelines for behavior in the disputed South China Sea waters ahead of a visit by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is expected to discuss the contentious...