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New Zealand’s Counties Energy Partners with GE Digital for its Digital Utility Transformation
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The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors: Best Development & Conservation Award 2021 Surveying Excellence in Development and Conservation
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India, Japan researchers working on smartphone-based mapping of cracks, potholes in roads
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Monday, July 18th, 2016

LiDAR Mapping Initiative Helps Uncover Angkor Secrets

Much of Angkor has become a tangle of jungles and small farms with little evidence of medieval settlements beyond the moats' precise edges. Much of what has remained of Angkor's homes and other non-religious structures are the...

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Ancient City in Mongolian Grasslands Preserved in Digital Scans

Located a mere 4 hours away by air from Kansai International Airport in Japan is Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia. Just 400km west of that is Karakorum – a city designated as the capital of the...

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Queensland at Forefront of Innovative Mapping Technology

Queensland is at the forefront of the use of innovative mapping technology for mining, archaeology and natural disasters. Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are now being harnessed as an instrument to better understand the world...

Sunday, June 16th, 2013

Archaeologists Discover Lost City In Cambodian Jungle

Australian archaeologists using remote-sensing technology have uncovered an ancient city in Cambodia that has remained hidden for more than a millennium under dense jungle undergrowth. Damian Evans, director of the University of Sydney's archaeological research center in...

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Iran Completes First Phase of Mapping Archaeological Sites

The first phase of the project to map all of Iran’s archaeological sites has been completed by a team of experts. The map was unveiled during a ceremony at the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization (CHTHO)...

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 Selected by Keio University to Improve Ethnology and Archaeology Studies

SuperGeo Technologies recently assisted the department of Ethnology and Archaeology, Keio University in upgrading the latest SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 to improve the efficiency of spatial data processing, develop various mapping applications within multi-subject research, and further stimulate...

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

GeoEye Grantee Uses Satellite Imagery for Achaeology in Mongolia

The GeoEye Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established by GeoEye, Inc. in 2007, announced today that University of California San Diego (UCSD) research fellow and GeoEye Foundation grantee, Albert Yu-Min Lin, Ph.D., will be featured on National...

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Digging Into History

A team of 17 Australian, New Zealand and Turkish archaeologists, historians and researchers used non-invasive, advanced mapping, and GPS technology to uncover more than 100 artefacts from the Gallipoli battlefield in the second season of fieldwork undertaken...

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Survey Proves China’s Great Wall Features Parallel Walls

Although many people believe that China's Great Wall is a single continuous structure, a Chinese archaeologist has stated that the wall actually features multiple parallel walls near several of its sections. Surveys of several sections of the...

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

Noninvasive Mongolia Archaeology Expedition Harnesses the Crowd

The National Geographic Society is currently doing fieldwork in Mongolia to try and find the lost tomb of Genghis Khan. The expedition is using an entirely new technique by posting satellite...