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Matternet Expands Operations to Asia Through Drone Delivery Partnership with Japan Airlines
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., - Today, Matternet, developer of the world's leading...
Space Foundation Signs MOU with UAE’s Al Suwaidi Private Office & Group
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Abu Dhabi, UAE — — Space...
Seven HKU young scientists awarded China’s Excellent Young Scientists Fund 2020
Young researchers at the University of Hong Kong have...
Launch Of South Korean CAS500-1 Satellite Delayed Until 2021
MOSCOW - The launch of South Korean CAS500-1 (Compact Advanced Satellite...
India, US likely to ink geospatial intelligence pact ahead of November 3 presidential election
The last high-level engagement between New Delhi and Donald...
Dubai Police Select Draganfly to Pilot New Drone Initiatives
Los Angeles, California - Draganfly Inc. (OTCQB: DFLYF) (CSE:...
EU and China sign landmark agreement protecting European Geographical Indications
Today, the EU and China signed a bilateral agreement...
China’s optical remote sensing satellite fails to enter pre-set orbit
China has declared the Kuaizhou-1A rocket mission a failure...
Life on Venus? Isro’s Shukrayaan-1 mission in race to the fiery planet
Astronomers on Monday said they have found a potential...
Japanese City Using GIS on iPads for Field Survey
The City of Tamba in Hyogo prefecture, Japan, performs...

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

SuperPad to Be Exhibited at Computex Taipei

SuperGeo Technologies is going to showcase SuperPad 3, its full-function mobile GIS software, during Computex Taipei.  Computex Taipei is the largest computer exhibition in Asia. Mio Technology, one of the chief providers in the mobile GPS industry...

Friday, May 13th, 2011

NAVTEQ Supplies Digital Map Data in Olympus Imaging’s First GPS Enabled Digital Camera

NAVTEQ has announced that it is supplying map and location data for the Olympus TOUGH TG-810 compact digital camera, currently available in Singapore. The TG-810 features GPS functions and an electronic compass to record the location data...

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Bright Future for GLONASS

The Russian Federal Space Agency is planning to increase the orbital network of GLONASS to 24 satellites this year. The project was launched in 1976 to address defence issues, but it has since been reoriented to the...

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

VERIPOS Opens Office in Australia

VERIPOS has extended its Middle East operations with the opening of a branch office, in early February. The facility is based in Dubai at the premises of Emphor FZCO, VERIPOS' territorial sales and support agents who are...

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

CHC Introduces New GPS Mapping Solutions

CHC today announced the availability of Nava GPS Handheld series designed for any meter-level GPS mapping applications such as in forestry, agriculture, utilities, and local government, which are mainly capturing data about assets. Nava GPS are affordable, easy-to-use...

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Apple’s Location Data Collection Probed in South Korea

Apple Inc. (AAPL) is being investigated by South Korea’s communications regulator to determine if it is breaking the law by saving data on the location of iPhone users. The Korea Communications Commission asked Apple how often information...

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Indonesian Coal Mining 2011 Report

Coal mines in Kalimantan and Sumatra are the coal mines of interest by investors from countries China, India and Singapore. We have good data about the mines that will be on sale and can be a place...

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

Kids Learn Mapping to Know Their Surroundings

G Gopinath, an eighth-standard student of Olcott Memorial School, explains where he plays in his school and where he finds his raw mango trees, which provide him his afternoon snack, by using a self-designed map of his...

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Chinese City Tracks Officials through GPS-enabled Phones

Each government official in Chongqing has been provided with a 3G mobile phone with global positioning system (GPS) to ascertain his location. Officials are required to keep the phone 24 hours a day and report their location...

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Korean Peninsula Moves up to 5 cm East Due to Japan Quake

The Korean Peninsula has moved a 5 centimetres to the east due to the massive quake that rocked Japan last week, a state-run astronomical institute said today. The Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) said that...

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