Asian Surveying & Mapping
Breaking News
Plans Unveiled To Better Connect Space Industries In Scotland And The UAE
Edinburgh, Dubai - Globally focused strategic space marketing firm...
UAE, Rwanda sign economic and technical cooperation agreement
Sheikh Shakhboot Bin Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister...
XAG promotes drones in Vietnam to boost rice farming while cutting fertilizer use
CAO LANH, Vietnam - As the monsoon season starts...
China launches first bipolar GNSS-R ocean survey payload
China's first satellite-carried bipolar ocean survey payload supported by...
Ethiopian Space Technology and Geospatial Institute Gets new Director
Mr Abdisa Yilma has been appointed as the Director...
Cheng Zhang 2D launches from Taiyuan with Jilin-1 satellites
A Cheng Zhang 2D (also known as the Long...
Government of Umm Al Quwain gains greater efficiency and economy with move to BricsCAD
The Urban Planning Department of the Government of Umm...
New Cabinet Office project will expand the use of SAR satellites
Synspective enters into contract for "demonstration project for expanding...
Russia and China are working on a space cooperation program for 2023-2028
Russia and China are working on a five-year space...
China launches remote sensing on crops to forecast production and ensure food safety
Chinese meteorologists launched monitoring and assessment services for winter...

August 22nd, 2011
China’s Uni-Strong – Profits in Navigation Industry

Beijing Uni-Strong Science & Technology Co Ltd is poised to become China’s Apple Inc – or, at least an Apple-oid – in the country’s navigation industry, as some predict the little-developed sector could become a 100 billion yuan ($15.6 billion) business over the next five years. UniStrong’s geographic information system (GIS) services has about 40 percent of the market share in China, said an Orient Securities Company Ltd report. The company’s automobile navigation products, known as the renwoyou series, are the best-selling brands in the country, according to an Economic Observer report on Aug 5. Read More