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Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Visual Intelligence’s iOne STKA Awarded the Technology Innovation 2013 in Sensors from the Geospatial World Forum

Visual Intelligence has earned the prestigious Geospatial World Technology Innovation Award for its iOne STKA (iOne Sensor Tool Kit Architecture). The award, in the sensors category, was announced at the Geospatial World Forum in Rotterdam earlier today.

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Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Topcon’s Enterprise3D Facilitates Site Planning, Scheduling, Reporting

Topcon Positioning Group announces Enterprise3D, a construction and engineering management tool that facilitates complete job site planning, scheduling and reporting anywhere in the world via Topcon’s newly announced Sitelink3D.net web portal.

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Fixing India’s City-systems

The combination of highway engineering, motor cars and rising real estate prices in city centres catalysed the deconcentration of cities, and the emergence of sprawling suburbs, which caused the spatial separation of home from work, and the...

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Singapore’s Land Transport GIS Hub Informs Operations and the Public

Singapore's Land Transport GIS Hub is both an enterprise tool to coordinate engineering design and improve construction safety, as well as a tool to communicate details to commuters and motorists. With its limited land space and increasing...

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Indian Government Planning GIS Project to Improve Service Delivery

A national-level project involving Geographical Information System (GIS), aimed at helping the government deliver public services more effectively, will be taken to the Cabinet shortly for approval, Advisor to Prime Minister on Infrastructure Sam Pitroda has said....

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

Dubai Achieves a Number of Outstanding GIS Projects

The Geographic Information Systems Department of Dubai Municipality has achieved a number of significant achievements that contributed in fulfilling the strategic objectives of the civic body and increasing the satisfaction of clients and strategic partners during the...

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Hexagon Acquires LISCAD Land Surveying Software

Hexagon AB, leading global provider of design, measurement and visualization solutions, has acquired Listech, a software development company dedicated to increasing the efficiency, accuracy and...

Friday, December 14th, 2012

GIS Helped Streamline Brisbane’s Airportlink Mega-Project

Cutting-edge mapping technology saved more than $3 million from the bottom line of Australia’s largest ever roadworks, according to one of the project’s key architects. Stretching six kilometres under the heart of Brisbane, the AirportlinkM7 tunnel rivals those...

Monday, December 10th, 2012

China to Flatten 700 Mountains for New Metropolis in the Desert

A long, long time ago, an old Chinese peasant named Yu Gong decided to move two inconveniently located mountains away from blocking the entrance to his home. Legend has it he struggled terribly, but ultimately succeeded. Hence...

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Intergraph 2012 Greater China Commences in Xiamen

Intergraph, the leading global provider of engineering software, opens its annual Intergraph 2012 Greater China users’ conference today in Xiamen, China, bringing Greater China’s top process, power and marine companies together for four days of informative sessions...

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