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November 27th, 2013
GIS & Remote Sensing Discourse in Nagaland by Digital Globe

A seminar on application areas of high resolution satellite imagery in good governance presented by Digital Globe and Zymax Technologies was held at Hotel Vivor, Kohima on November 20. The seminar was held in association with Nagaland GIS & Remote Sensing Centre, Planning and Coordination Department. Temsuwati, Additional Development Commissioner pointed out the role played by Remote Sensing and GIS technologies in the recent past. The need for high resolution satellite imageries for perspective planning and development in the state of Nagaland was stressed and the participants from various departments were urged to explore geospatial technology and use it as a tool for various planning and development of the state. Read More