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Japanese City Using GIS on iPads for Field Survey
The City of Tamba in Hyogo prefecture, Japan, performs...
China launches new optical remote-sensing satellite
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Belgian Nanosatellite Carries Finland’s Remote Sensing Technology To Space
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Thursday, September 10th, 2015

LandScan 2014 Global Population Database

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, Sept. 9, 2015 — East View is pleased to announce our worldwide release of the LandScan 2014 Global Population Database. LandScan is developed by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the United States Department of...

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Geelong’s Future Health Hotzones Placed on the Map

Cutting-edge mapping technology is underpinning a new generation of targeted health services in Geelong, helping Victoria’s largest not-for-profit private healthcare provider plan its new $447 million teaching hospital for that region. Developed by digital mapping specialists MapData...

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Tibet Launches Wildlife Survey

The Tibet autonomous region has launched a 4-year wildlife survey. Thirty-five field workers took part in a training program covering monitoring and management in the region’s forestry, surveying and planning institute. The survey will focus on the...

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Astounding Satellite Images Show China and Egypt’s Rapid Growth

A new study by Swiss researchers at ETH Zurich finds explosive development in many parts of the world — and lots of other twinkly signs that the earth’s economic center has, according to the study, moved east....

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Moalajah Improves Project Decisions with SuperGIS e-Map Application

Supergeo helps Moalajah develop e-map application system to integrate, manage, and distribute a mass of spatial data and analysis for improving productivity and decision-making throughout the organization.

Saturday, March 9th, 2013

Singapore Looks Underground for Space as Population Grows

Already one of the most densely populated countries in the world, tiny land-scarce Singapore is projecting its population to swell by a third over the next two decades. To accommodate the influx, its planners envisage expanding upward,...

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Myanmar Harnesses GIS for 2014 Population and Housing Census

A population census is very important for a country’s socio-economic development. Without up-to-date data on the country’s population, it is difficult for planners and policy makers to formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate development programmes. Information on the size, distribution...

Friday, April 6th, 2012

Africa and Asia to Lead Urban Population Growth in Next 40 Years

Africa and Asia together will account for 86 per cent of all growth in the world’s urban population over the next four decades, the United Nations said today, adding that this unprecedented increase will pose new challenges...

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Survey Reveals Radiation Doses in Japan

About 58 per cent of Fukushima Prefecture residents were likely externally exposed to radiation measuring less than 1 millisievert during the first four months of the Fukushima nuclear crisis, according to a survey released Monday by the...

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Singapore Budget to Focus on Infrastructure, Poor

The budget for the fiscal year beginning April 2012 is also expected to include increased spending on the city-state's infrastructure as it struggles to cope with a sharp increase in population over the past five years. Read...

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