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Fleet Space Technologies opens expanded HQ in Adelaide
Hon. Susan Close MP, Deputy Premier, visits expanded Australian...
Indian Small Satellite Launch Vehicle Fails in Maiden Launch Attempt
India’s new Small Satellite Launch Vehicle failed to orbit...
M2 satellite delivers Australia’s first high-res Earth observation images
A UNSW Canberra Space satellite mission, known as M2,...
Japan plans green transition road map for emissions-heavy industries
TOKYO -- Japan will outline steps for a green...
Mappls RealView by MapmyIndia Launched as Google Street View Competitor in India
Mappls RealView was launched by MapmyIndia in India on...
Earth Observation Drones Global Market to Surpass $18.2 Billion by 2032
The "Earth Observation Drones Market - A Global and Regional...
China’s Long March rocket launches 16 satellites
According to the Chinese news agency, Xinhua, 16 new satellites...
Russia Fires Iranian Satellite Into Space, Prompting Spying Concerns
This is the moment Russia launched an Iranian space...
NEA AND SLA SIGN MOU TO SHARE GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM (GNSS)-DERIVED MOISTURE DATA FOR WEATHER MONITORING APPLICATION
Singapore – The National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Singapore...
UAE to develop SAR satellite constellation for remote sensing
The UAE Space Agency, on Monday announced a new...

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Monday, June 2nd, 2014

New Zealand Police Earns Prestigious Recognition at HxGN LIVE

Hexagon CEO Ola Rollen honored New Zealand Police for its visionary use of Intergraph technology in protecting and serving the citizens of New Zealand, recognizing them as part of the inaugural Hexagon Shaping Change Recognition...

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Punjab Police GIS Grant Denied

The government last week declined the Punjab police inspector general’s request for a supplementary grant of Rs170 million to introduce the geographic information system (GIS) in city police stations, as “the existing Police Record and Office Management...

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Queensland Police to Map Crime Scenes with 3D Scanner

Police in Queensland will employ a CSIRO-developed 3D scanner to map crime scenes, the state government announced today. Police will use the handheld Zebedee laser scanner, which can be used to quickly generate 3D imagery of areas....

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

GPS Bullets are Latest Weapon for American Police

It sounds like something out of a James Bond movie - GPS bullets that can track the location of a suspect's car. The bullet is designed to make high-speed chases safer - enabling the authorities to track...

Monday, July 29th, 2013

India to Use Satellites from ISRO for Nationwide Tracking System

When fully operational, the much-delayed CCTNS project will connect 14,000 police stations across all the 28 States and seven Union Territories, thus creating a nationwide networking infrastructure for the evolution of an IT-enabled, state-of-the-art tracking system for...

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Singapore’s Community Policing System Adds Eyes in the Sky

The police showcased a number of new surveillance technologies, such as a pole-camera for surveying inaccessible areas, and a superzoom closed-circuit television camera that will be installed on buildings in the city starting next year to act...

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

United Arab Emirates Police Officers and Firefighters to Receive Training in Esri Geospatial Technology

Police officers, firefighters, and Ministry of Interior officials from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will get extensive training in how to use geographic information systems (GIS) technology, thanks to a new Esri Authorized Learning Center that opened...

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Police to Map Disputed West Jakarta Land Plots

Police said on Monday that they were currently mapping all disputed plots of land in West Jakarta on the heels of a violent gangland brawl connected to land ownership in the municipality’s Cengkareng district on Wednesday. There...

Friday, August 24th, 2012

GPS Technology Finding its Way Into Court

The rapid spread of cellphones with GPS technology has allowed police to track suspects with unprecedented precision — even as they commit crimes. But the legal fight is only now heating up, with prosecutors and privacy activists...

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Police Suspect Glonass Contractor of Misappropriating $17M

Police raided a Russian space firm suspected of misspending 565 million rubles ($17 million) of state money on developing the country's Glonass satellite navigation system, the Interior Ministry said in a statement Tuesday. According to the statement, investigators established that managers at Russian Space Systems, a contractor...

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