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ASA releases EO from Space Roadmap
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Omicron map: this interactive map shows where the COVID-19 variant has spread so far
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Australian Space Agency releases Earth Observation from Space roadmap
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China Launches New Satellite For Earth Observation
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Ouster Expands to Japan and South Korea to Support Growing Demand for High-Resolution Digital Lidar Sensors
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New Zealand’s Counties Energy Partners with GE Digital for its Digital Utility Transformation
GE Digital today announced that Counties Energy, an electricity distribution network...
The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors: Best Development & Conservation Award 2021 Surveying Excellence in Development and Conservation
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India, Japan researchers working on smartphone-based mapping of cracks, potholes in roads
The joint project is aimed at developing an affordable...
Dubai Airshow 2021: Israeli companies offer space systems, UAVs to the Middle East
UAVs and new communications and Earth observation satellites were...

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Monday, March 10th, 2014

Drone Beams ‘Mind-blowing’ Coastal Views of Warrnambool

A coastal landscape mapping project using aerial drones is adding a new dimension of insight to Deakin University research. Ballarat venture Victorian UAS Training has spent the week at Warrnambool’s foreshore with its unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV),...

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

ESA Pursues 3-D Lidar Spacecraft Aide

Planning for the European Space Agency’s 2019 Lunar Lander mission incorporates three-dimensional imaging lidar technology to steer the spacecraft’s descent through the hazards of the ridge and boulder-filled landscape at the Moon’s south pole. Read More

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...

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Influence of Coastal Vegetation – Tsunami Wave Impact in West Aceh

This study used 180 transects perpendicular to over 100 km on the west coast of Aceh, Indonesia to analyze the influence of coastal vegetation, particularly cultivated trees, on the impact of the 2004 tsunami. Satellite imagery; land cover...

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Are You Australia’s Next Top Geoshot?

Geoscience Australia is pleased to present the 2011 Top GeoShot photo competition. We are looking for a collection of photographs that capture the essence of Earth science. The image can be anything from an unusual land formation,...

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Video on Predicting Land Cover Change Now Available

A new video tutorial, entitled Predicting Land Cover Change with Land Change Modeler, is now available on the Clark Labs' website. Land Change Modeler utilizes land cover maps of two dates to evaluate historic changes.

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Extreme Cartography – World’s Largest Atlas Produced with ArcGIS

The world's largest atlas made its debut at an appropriate venue—the Frankfurt Book Fair, the world's largest trade fair for books, held each October in Germany. The atlas, created by Sydney, Australia, publisher Millennium House and named Earth:...