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How Cartographers Make Surveyors Look Good

Surveyors are experts at collecting spatial data with high accuracy and precision. But cartographers are masters when it comes to making maps and graphic products that represent surveying information. For users of cartographic products though, how the surveyor collects the data is an important piece of the wider geomatic puzzle – poor data will never look good, no matter how much cartographic magic is applied to it. 
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Asia Smart City Building Contains a Strong ICT Core

There are a great many large-scale city building efforts underway in Asia that are taking the smart city approach for management of infrastructure. At the core of these developments is an investment in information and communications technology (ICT) that enables the rapid connection and monitoring of systems.
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Virtual Water: Monitoring and Measuring the Flow

Real water we all know about, but virtual is something many of us may not be familiar with. Scientists have conducted research that aims to understand the available water for use on the planet, and the virtual pathways. Virtual water is an estimation of the water used to produce products, which can then be shipped locally or globally.
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Australia Begins Large-scale Mapping of Debris on its Shores

There are a great many large-scale city building efforts underway in Asia that are taking the smart city approach for management of infrastructure. At the core of these developments is an investment in information and communications technology (ICT) that enables the rapid connection and monitoring of systems.
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Indian Ring Rd Project: JDA Ffails to Acquire Land

A JDA team had to return empty handed from Mahapura village. A team of Sanjosh Supreme, a company awarded work, was also prevented by the villagers in Gonair and was not allowed to carry a survey.
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February 24, 2012

    

New Geospatial Data Released in Cropscape Tool

The CropScape tool is designed to provide the public with easy access to interactive visualization, geospatial queries and dissemination without the need to download specialized software.

PCTEL to Showcase New Precision GPS L1/L2 Antenna

PCTEL announced today its new GPS L1/L2 ruggedized antenna designed for reliable performance in high-precision, heavy-duty GNSS tracking applications.

Galileo IOV PRN11 Can Be Tracked by Septentrio Receivers

Customers who already own an AsteRx3, PolaRxS or PolaRx4 with Galileo reception enabled have been able to start gathering measurements from the first moment the signal was made available, without needing special firmware.

1Spatial Announces New Appointments In Australian Office

1Spatial is pleased to announce the appointment of Brett Madsen to the position of Regional Manager, Australia/New Zealand, based in the 1Spatial office located in Sydney, Australia. Brett brings wealth of experience, having previously managed Lagen Spatial in Australia for 10 years, prior to its acquisition by the 1Spatial Group in April 2011.

AEROmetrex Signs Distribution Agreement With Hawkeye UAV

Australian-owned AEROmetrex, leader in digital aerial data acquisition and processing, and New-Zealand company Hawkeye UAV, pioneer in commercial Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle (UAV) operations have signed a distributor agreement for AEROmetrex to market Hawkeye-UAV technology and imagery throughout Australia.






  

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