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Laser Scanning Captures the Ruins of Japan’s Largest Mountaintop Castle
Researchers at the Archaeological Institute of Kashihara have found...
India Discusses Adding 3D Imagery to Google Earth
3D imagery of buildings and terrain of India's major...
Pondy Coast Undergoes Mapping to Assist Evacuation During Disasters
A team from Hyderabad-based Indian National Centre for Ocean...
Chinese Air Force Checks Quake Area with Drones
China’s air force dispatched a drone to the site...
Manila to Fight for UN Panel’s Jurisdiction Over South China Sea
Claims by Beijing to the disputed South China Sea...
Indonesia Deploys Drones to Catch Tax Cheats
For Indonesia’s cash-strapped government, policing revenue across a chain...
The Zoological Survey of India Celebrates 100 Years
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) has drawn a...
Digital India Initiative Kicks Off in Indore
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will kicks off his Digital...
India’s Infrastructure Output Rebounds in May
India's infrastructure output expanded for the first time in...
MAGIC Project Helps Determine Malaysia’s Territorial Waters
The Marine Geodetic Infrastructure in Malaysian Water (MAGIC) project,...

March 3rd, 2013
Tech Transfer Propagates Earth-Observation Programs

Chile has one. So do Turkey and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). By the end of April Vietnam could, too. Over the next decade more than 280 Earth-observation-satellite systems are expected to be launched into orbit, with roughly 30% lofted for developing space programs in Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East—regions where technology transfer is key to fostering fledgling industries, according to Paris-based Euroconsult. Read More