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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, July 16th, 2014

Thailand Sets $4.7 bln Infrastructure Budget for 2014/15

Thailand's public debt management office has set an initial 150 billion baht ($4.67 billion) for infrastructure investments for the fiscal year starting Oct 1, its director general said on Monday. The investments will be mainly on infrastructure...

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

Infrastructure Summit for NSW

Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey and NSW counterpart Mike Baird will tackle the state's infrastructure funding challenge by hosting a summit for industry figures, according to The Australian Financial Review. The newspaper reports that financers, regulators and superannuation...

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

European Parliament Approves Financing for the European Satellite Navigation Programmes Until 2020

The European Commission has welcomed approval by the European Parliament of the financing and governance of two European satellite navigation programmes:  Galileo and EGNOS, for the period 2014-2020. Their total budget of € 7 billion will be...

Thursday, August 1st, 2013

Lawmakers Oppose Roskosmos Funding Reduction and GLONASS System Scrapping

Lawmakers are anxious about budget sequestration for GLONASS system. “A cut in GLONASS federal program funding will lead to a reduction of the orbital grouping system below acceptable levels, amid working GPS and Galileo systems and developing...

Sunday, February 10th, 2013

Galileo Escapes Further Cuts in European Council Budget Action

The European Council heads of states meeting ended today (February 8, 2013) without making further cuts in the proposed budget for Europe's GNSS programs. Despite sizable cuts in the overall budget proposed by the European Commission (EC), the...

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

Indonesia’s Budget Focuses on Infrastructure

The House of Representatives agreed on Tuesday to raise spending on infrastructure in next year’s budget, in an apparent move to advance much-needed building projects including roads, bridges and airports. The government’s capital spending, which includes funds for...

Monday, October 1st, 2012

ATLANS, a New Cost-effective Georeferencing and Orientation System from iXBlue

ATLANS, a new cost-effective georeferencing and orientation system from iXBlue, has been designed specifically for land and airborne mapping applications being conducted within a limited budget. Significantly, the unit is ITAR-free.

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Philippines Plans Record Infrastructure Budget for 2013

The Philippines plans to spend a record 404.6 billion pesos ($9.6 billion) on infrastructure next year as it aims to push its growth rate to 8 percent in subsequent years, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad said on Monday....

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

$10Bln Budgeted for Glonass to 2020

More than 300 billion rubles ($10.1 billion) have been budgeted to the year 2020 for developing the Glonass  satellite navigation system, Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Surkov said at a conference Tuesday. Speaking at the sixth annual Satellite Navigation Forum in Moscow, Surkov said...

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