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Monday, August 10th, 2015

SP80 Bests GNSS Competitors in Rainforests of Southern Chile

Puerto Montt, Chile, Aug. 7, 2015—In the temperate rainforest of the Los Lagos Region of Southern Chile, where rainfall annually exceeds 1,500 mm and two thirds of the days are rainy, the dense forest canopy is a huge challenge for GNSS...

Friday, January 10th, 2014

Karnatajka Seeks State’s Stand on Land Use in Master Plan

The high court on Tuesday asked the government to make its stand clear by January 21 on the mixed zone concept explained in Master Plan 2015. Citizens' Action Forum (CAF) which claims Master Plan 2015, notified by...

Monday, October 14th, 2013

The Six Traits of Highly Efficient GIS People… The Story So Far

The GIS profession is going through an interesting change. There was a time when spatial was considered mysterious, complex and niche. GIS was often misunderstood – it was a battle to raise awareness to the critical value...

Monday, August 5th, 2013

New Technology Could Save Australia from Mental Health Crisis

Cutting-edge mapping technology can assist in combatting Australia’s mental health challenges by pinpointing specific regions most in need of funding and resources, according to a geo-health expert.

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Age-Old Fixes for India’s Water

India's monsoon rains are retreating this week, a delayed end to a yearly wet season that has become ever more unpredictable as a result of global warming. Of all the challenges that face India, few are more pressing than...