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New funding boost for space traffic radar project
Silentium Defence has secured a $3.2m contract from the...
China Uses the U.N. to Expand Its Surveillance Reach
While the U.S. is trying to limit data flows...
Russia successfully tests hypersonic missile on Putin’s birthday
MOSCOW: Russia successfully test launched a Tsirkon (Zircon) hypersonic...
UK launches £2m competition to drive transport innovation with geospatial data
The UK’s Geospatial Commission has launched a £2 million (US$2.6...
Indo-French satellites to trace illegal spillage of oil by ships: French space agency
The constellation of maritime surveillance satellites for the Indian...
Google Maps adds new AR tools to help you get around town
Not content to just launch new hardware this week, Google today...
Japan’s iQPS to launch 36-satellite constellation
Japan’s Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space (iQPS) has...
UK launches supercomputer nanosatellites to help maritime trade
The UK Space Agency has announced the launch of...
GeoCue Group Inc. Launches GeoCue Australia Pty
HUNTSVILLE, AL – GeoCue Group Inc., a leading provider...
China launches 2 environmental monitoring satellites for emergency responses
China successfully launched two environmental monitoring satellites at 11:23...

data management

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

New Zealand Geospatial Strategy

The New Zealand Geospatial Strategy, published in January 2007, aims to better coordinate and manage the use of New Zealand's geospatial resources across all tiers of society. It addresses the increasing reliance on geospatial information in New...

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Smart Devices Lead to Paperless Era

After a day of shopping, all the cash in your wallet is replaced with a pile of receipts that eventually end up in the trash. While providing proof of purchase and a record to maintain a budget,...

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Geospatial Inputs to Variable Rate Agriculture

Agricultural food production is linked closely to geospatial technologies. From an agronomic perspective, variable rate (VR) approaches are about much more than nitrogen fertilizer applications alone. Plants depend upon several macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients as well as other...

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Researcher Says He Has Nepal’s Complete GIS Database

A Nepali researcher with the University of Arizona in the United States claims to have developed the most exhaustive Geographic Information System (GIS) database for Nepal on his own. Dr Tank Ojha -- a one-time officer with the...

Monday, November 21st, 2011

Intergraph Announces New Spatial Data Infrastructure Solution

Intergraph has unveiled a best-of-breed spatial data infrastructure (SDI) utilising ERDAS’ data management technologies. This includes uniting its proven GeoMedia® SDI suite with the superior data management capabilities of ERDAS APOLLO. Addressing the demand for geospatial information...

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

New Partnership to Smooth Access to New Zealand’s Environmental Information

Major environment-focused Crown Research Institutes GNS Science, Landcare Research, and NIWA are joining forces with the New Zealand Geospatial Office to harmonise systems for storing, categorising and accessing vital information on New Zealand's environment. The move will...

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Infotech Enterprises Buys Balance 26% In Infotech Geospatial

General Atlantic-backed Infotech Enterprises has acquired the 26 per cent stake it didn’t own in its subsidiary Infotech Geospatial (India) Limited (IGIL), for undisclosed sum, the company disclosed in a statement to Bombay Stock Exchange today. Infotech Enterprises...

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Local NZ 3D Software Firm Wins Cash Injection

A local 3D software firm creating interactive images of cities has received a capital injection from the ICE Angels investment group. Auckland-based Nextspace has been developing software since 2007 but the latest focus of the 12-man operation has...

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Tunnelling: From Surveying to Data Management

Tunnelling has gone high-tech. Integrating survey data, monitoring information, data management and collaborative interaction, tunnelling is a shared effort and technologies are increasingly being integrated toward common web-based management systems. As tunnels proceed, machinery wear, alignment, shift...

Monday, September 19th, 2011

National Spatial Data Infrastructure: The Case of the Republic of Korea

Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) has emerged as a valuable tool for monitoring development outcomes. This report, part of the Spatial Data Infrastructure for Development (SDI4MDGs) project, explores the potential use and long-term sustainability of SDI in achieving...

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