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New funding boost for space traffic radar project
Silentium Defence has secured a $3.2m contract from the...
China Uses the U.N. to Expand Its Surveillance Reach
While the U.S. is trying to limit data flows...
Russia successfully tests hypersonic missile on Putin’s birthday
MOSCOW: Russia successfully test launched a Tsirkon (Zircon) hypersonic...
UK launches £2m competition to drive transport innovation with geospatial data
The UK’s Geospatial Commission has launched a £2 million (US$2.6...
Indo-French satellites to trace illegal spillage of oil by ships: French space agency
The constellation of maritime surveillance satellites for the Indian...
Google Maps adds new AR tools to help you get around town
Not content to just launch new hardware this week, Google today...
Japan’s iQPS to launch 36-satellite constellation
Japan’s Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space (iQPS) has...
UK launches supercomputer nanosatellites to help maritime trade
The UK Space Agency has announced the launch of...
GeoCue Group Inc. Launches GeoCue Australia Pty
HUNTSVILLE, AL – GeoCue Group Inc., a leading provider...
China launches 2 environmental monitoring satellites for emergency responses
China successfully launched two environmental monitoring satellites at 11:23...

September 14th, 2017
Improving Coordination through Mapping: Using GIS to Map Community Boreholes in South Sudan

In South Sudan, Oxfam has introduced the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to map water and sanitation facilities across conflict-hit Wau. This has enabled Oxfam and partners to better monitor and coordinate activities – and has the potential to maximize opportunities to develop sustainable water sources. Read More at Relief Web