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Japan’s Terra Drone gains footing in Central Asia with investment in leading Kazakh drone company KazUAV
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ISRO calls off Chandrayaan 2 launch due to technical glitch
India’s ambitious second lunar mission, Chandrayaan 2, suffered a...
Ministry of Interior wins global excellence award in GIS
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UAE military satellite lost in Vega launch failure
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Russia Launches Telescope Into Space To Map The Cosmos In ‘Outstanding’ Detail
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UAE’s space programme: ‘UAE to come back stronger with the launch of Falcon Eye 2 soon’
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France announces Air and Space Force, due to launch in 2020
French President, Emmanuel Macron, has announced that the country's...
Russians come calling: ISRO and Russian Space Corporation to work together
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China set to carry out controlled deorbiting of Tiangong-2 space lab
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Terra Drone Eyes Middle East Market with New Joint Venture to Provide UAV Solutions for Survey Activities
Terra Drone sets up joint venture with NDTCCS, the...

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Monday, October 9th, 2017

South Australian Consortium Delivering Water Project for Chinese City

Water industry experts from South Australia were appointed to deliver a stormwater harvesting pilot project for the Chinese city of Jinan under the Sponge City program, which is part of AU$400 million being invested in Jinan over...

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

Australia Establishing National Space Agency

Although its space industry employs about 11,500 people, Australia is one of the few major developed countries to not have a space agency. But that’s about to change after a domestic industry review called for a dedicated...

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Australia’s First GPS Infrastructure Officially in Space

Australia officially has its first GPS infrastructure in space, according to the nation’s Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne. A four-kilogram, U.S.-developed Biarri-Point cubesat was launched as part of the QB50 constellation in April 2017 toward the...

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

Earth-i to Help Develop Australian Earth-Observation Marketplace

Earth-i is following up its successful tender award from the Government of Queensland by supporting the International Symposium on Digital Earth & Locate 17 Conference being held in Sydney, Australia, from April 3-6, 2017. The Queensland Department...

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Joint Australia/New Zealand Research Project to Improve GPS Accuracy

If a two-year trial of Satellite Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS) being undertaken with the backing of the Australian and New Zealand governments proves successful, position fixing could become more precise than the several-meters accuracy provided by Global...

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Australia Officially Moved 1.8 Meters

As of January 2017, Australia’s coordinates officially moved 1.8 meters northeast, following the launch of the Geocentric Datum of Australia 2020 (GDA2020). The first update to Australia’s coordinate system in two decades, GDA2020 is a step toward...

Monday, June 6th, 2016

NSW Tsunami Evacuation Maps Cause Concern

The New South Wales State Emergency Services recently unveiled a tsunami evacuation map that unfortunately coincided with the announcement of a major storm. The map shows areas that would be evacuated if a tsunami reached the shores....

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

Ozius Spatial Wins National Planning Institute of Australia Award

In partnership with project lead Logan City Council and global firm Parsons Brinckerhoff, Ozius Spatial won the award for Improving Planning Processes and Practices for an innovative on-line tool to provide residents, developers, and council the ability...

Friday, May 6th, 2016

Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA) Members Set to Benefit from the 2016/17 Budget

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA—The 2016-17 Federal budget is largely positive for SIBA, the Spatial Industries’ leading association. SIBA Chairman, Glenn Cockerton welcomed the budget but reiterated SIBA’s call for a stronger, public commitment to the procurement of Australian services...

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

Reality Capture Enables Smarter Coastal Mapping for the City of Onkaparinga

The City of Onkaparinga is located on the southern fringe of Adelaide, South Australia. It is the largest local authority in South Australia, with an estimated population of 164,800 people in both urban and rural communities. It...

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