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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Altus Supplying 58 GNSS Survey Receivers to German Survey Company

Altus Positioning Systems announces that its German representative, Josef Attenberger GmbH, has won a major tender to supply 58 APS-3M survey receivers to the Baden-Württemberg Geoinformation and Land Development office (LGL).

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

German Satellite ‘Minutes from Crashing Into Beijing’

New calculations by the agency show that if the Rosat satellite had remained aloft for just seven more minutes after re-entering the earth's atmosphere in October it would have plunged into the Chinese capital of 20 million...