Asian Surveying & Mapping
Breaking News
Government is working towards harnessing space technology for development – Bawumia
Government will soon pass the Ghana Space Policy to...
Chinese satellite propulsion startup secures funding as country’s constellation projects grow
HELSINKI — A Chinese satellite electric propulsion company has...
Hancom to launch S. Korea’s first private satellite for integrated image analysis service
SEOUL -- South Korea's first private satellite for earth...
Israel to invest NIS 600 million in spacetech R&D
The Israel Space Agency and Innovation Authority want to...
China’s iSpace Suffers Third Consecutive Failure of Hyperbola-1 Rocket
Friday the 13th was an unlucky day for Chinese...
ISRO is planning a mission to capture the effects of space weather events on Earth’s atmosphere.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has proposed a...
Virgin Orbit to launch Japanese satellite
Virgin Orbit will launch a satellite into space for Japanese...
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...

May 1st, 2012
Scanner Set to Analyse Impact of Olympic Traffic on Air Quality

Leicester University researchers will test their CityScan devices — previously covered in The Engineer when they were under the design and construction phase — on three rooftops across London to generate a 3D pollution map of the city. ‘CityScan is a pollution scanner that uses scattered sunlight to map nitrogen dioxide in the urban environment,’ team leader Dr Roland Leigh of the university’s Earth Observation Science Group told The Engineer via email. ‘CityScan uses the absorption structures in the sunlight to establish concentrations along distinct lines of sight.’ Read More