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Mapping the Japan Tsuanmi Disaster in 3D

3D mapping technologies are being used for mapping and visualization purposes for the event and are helping government, business and the public to understand the tsunami, plan and to develop for the future.
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Could Better Monitoring Reduce the Economic Impacts of Piracy?

The problem of Somali piracy is one of global concern with broad economic impacts to shipping companies, governments, and individuals. South Asia bears a large burden, with the predominant shipping route to Asia preyed upon, and an overwhelming majority of captured crews from Asian countries.
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Australia Floods Call Geospatial Technology to Action

Although waters have receded in some places, more rains are expected over the next few days and it is anticipated that more flooding is a possibility. Geospatial technologies are uniquely poised to aid with supporting emergency services for this disaster event.
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Bhutanese Foresters Training on GIS with U.S. Forest Service

In order to gain technology training on how best to use GIS and remote sensing for forestry mapping, key forest service employees from Bhutan have been receiving training from the U.S. Forest Service.
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Philippines DENR Launches Cadastral Survey Projects

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region 4B has launched recently its Cadastral Survey Project for the municipalities of Magsaysay and Calintaan in Occidental Mindoro to establish project control points, political boundaries and lot surveys.
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Maharashtra to Use Spatial Tech for Urban Planning

The Maharashtra government is finally climbing the technology curve. It has decided to use geographical information systems (GIS) and other spatial technologies for urban planning.
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Guam Land Director Confirmed

Previously, the Chamorro Land Trust and the Ancestral Lands Commission were run by Executive Directors who essentially carried out the will of their respective boards of commissioners. Among the aims of the Governor’s reorganization was to save money, identify redundancies and eliminate them.
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OGC Names Dr. Jinsoo You Director of Asian Services

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) announced that Dr. Jinsoo You has become the first Director of Asian Services for the OGC. In this new role, Dr. You will represent the interests of OGC in the region.
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WCS to Distribute WorkNC, WorkXPlore 3D in Malaysia

WCS Solution acts as Malaysian distributor for its WorkNC CADCAM software, and for WorkXPlore 3D, its high speed view, mark-up and analysis system.

Tropic Forest Dataset Available on ArcGIS Online

Decision makers will be able to easily access this data and use GIS to study tropical forest carbon-density and change, which impacts the atmosphere and affects climate change.

Astrium Services Takes Satellite-based Monitoring to a New Level

Based on cutting-edge satellite imagery, standard and advanced image analysis, processing and interpretation, the new service Go Monitor provides high-quality change information

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 Launched Globally

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 apply the whole new SuperGIS Engine 3 as the development core and provides more abundant GIS tools so that users in various fields can effectively display, edit, manage, query, analyze spatial data.

Smart Web Editing and Workflow Optimization

During this webinar, you will discover the breadth of organizations that have deployed such a solution, from municipalities, through transportation and utility infrastructure operators, to government emergency management agencies.

Airborne Search and Rescue Detection & Geotagging Development

Software and hardware engineering efforts at ITRES have moved into the next phase towards integrating our In-Flight Processing System (IPS) development with new highresolution pushframe thermal TABI-1800 imager.

Lessons from UN-REDD in Vietnam

The Programme is conducting interviews with related stakeholders not only in Hanoi but also in pilot province, Lam Dong, where UN-REDD Phase 1 has been running since 2009.

Armenia’s PM is Satisfied With Cadastre Activities

Qualitative changes were made in the cadastre activities. And the citizens could not believe that such high-quality cadastre work was possible in Armenia, PM Tigran Sargsyan said during Wednesday’s Governmental session.

  

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