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AMH Philippines and Synspective sign MoU for Strategic Alliance to use SAR Data for Geohazard Mitigation Projects in the Philippines
AMH Philippines, Inc. and Synspective have signed a Memorandum...
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March 26th, 2013
Lack of Tall Buildings Slows Down Delhi 3D Project

Lack of government-owned high-rise buildings in the Capital has slowed down Delhi government’s ambitious 3D GIS Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure project. The information technology department, which is in charge of the project, was asked to install 63 cameras in such buildings. So far, it has been able to install only 10 cameras due to the absence of ‘tall buildings’ and other vantage points where the cameras can be put up without being targeted by miscreants. The cameras, which constitute an essential part of the plan, are supposed to provide real-time data. This data can be utilised for several purposes such as managing disasters, checking encroachment and unauthorised construction activities. Read More