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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Commissions Genesys Digital Twin Map Stack in His Parliamentary Constituency
Mumbai: The Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, recently...
Geo Connect Asia 2024 to unveil geospatial’s transformative power
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Iran launches ‘domestically developed’ imaging satellite from Russia
The launch of Pars 1 is fourth this year,...
Astranis relocating hobbled debut satellite from Alaska to Asia
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Asia space race heats up as China, Japan and India reach for the stars
After another year of US aeronautics company SpaceX dominating...
Gaganyaan: India names astronauts for maiden space flight
India has unveiled four Air Force pilots who have...
Singapore Airshow – Elbit reveals new MALE UAS
Elbit Systems unveiled its new Hermes 650 Spark medium...
Tokyo launches world’s largest projection mapping display
The world's largest projection mapping display has been launched...
China launched 6G satellite
China launched two experimental satellites into low-Earth orbit earlier...
Esri India to Train 100K Students in Geospatial Technology for Free
Multinational geographic information system company Esri India and independent public policy...

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Monday, October 24th, 2011

Wreck of 13th Century Mongol Invasion Ship Discovered

The wreck of a ship believed to have been part of the ill-fated attempts by Kublai Khan, the Mongolian ruler of China in the 13th century, to invade Japan has been found lying relatively intact under the...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Mapping a Chinese Revolution, one century on

One hundred years ago today, China kick-started a rebellion which overthrew centuries of imperial rule, stripping the young emperor and regent of power. Ecstatic revolutionaries did away with the reviled pigtails mandated by the Manchu rulers and decried...

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Digging Into History

A team of 17 Australian, New Zealand and Turkish archaeologists, historians and researchers used non-invasive, advanced mapping, and GPS technology to uncover more than 100 artefacts from the Gallipoli battlefield in the second season of fieldwork undertaken...

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Maps – History of the South China Sea

The South China Sea dispute centers on the sovereignty over the Nansha Islands, a network of islands that stretches 1,000 km from north to south in the southeastern corner of the sea. China was the first country...

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

China-Mongolia Map Boundaries Discussed

Mongolia has indisputable sovereignty over the territory from the Yellow Sea in East Asia to Europe. Any place which was named in the map of the Mongolian Empire from the 12th to 13th centuries belongs to the...

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Royal Geographical Society Hidden Journeys – Cairo to Doha

Our newest flight path explores the ancient cultures and landforms that lie between the two expanding cities of Cairo and Doha. Covering the deserts of Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the flight path reveals the true value of water in the development of...

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Interactive Digital Map Helps Bring Historic Events to Life

A digital map marking where important historic events for the Communist Party of China (CPC) took place has been published online. "This is the first three-dimensional dynamic map demonstrating the process of major historic events of the...

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Indian Research Institute Counts Cost of Blaze

Research data collected from across the country over years, maps plotting endangered tribes and other valuable documents are feared lost in Monday night’s blaze in the Fireproof Spirit Building in the Indian Museum complex. The fire nearly gutted...