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Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Land Owners Hold the Power in Jakarta’s Spatial Planning

Decisions on spatial planning in Jakarta are mostly determined by whoever owns the land, and are also dependant on the political will of government officials, says an expert. Tarumanegara University urban and spatial planning expert Suryono Herlambang...

Saturday, November 9th, 2013

RADARSAT-2 Imagery Available in Support of Typhoon Haiyan

What appears to be the strongest typhoon of the year hit the central Philippines today, setting off landslides and knocking out power and communications. The massive storm, named Typhoon Haiyan, impacted a number of islands including Samar,...

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

Asia Infrastructure Deals Take Off

It is the basic foundations–power, water, roads–that are providing the building blocks of merger-and-acquisition activity in Asia this year. Infrastructure deal activity has hit its highest level in a decade thanks to consolidation in China and privatizations...

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Intergraph Wins Best Plant Design Software Provider at Asian Manufacturing Awards 2013

Intergraph, the leading global provider of engineering software for the process, power and marine industries, was announced as one of the award winners at the Asian Manufacturing Awards 2013 gala dinner and awards ceremony held recently at...

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

India Gears Up Infrastructure Spending, Okays Rs.115K Crore Projects

A meeting held by India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday has finalized infrastructure targets for 2013-14 worth Rs.115,000 crore. Read More

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

India Conducts More Wind Mapping for Power

The Power Development Board (PDB) has decided to conduct more wind mapping in the coastal zones, offshore and inland areas across the country, sources said. The decision was taken by the Renewable Energy Division (RED) of the...

Sunday, April 21st, 2013

Infrastructure Will Drive India’s Growth Story

India’s industries suffer from chronic power cuts; exports are delayed because of poor roads and congested ports. Office-goers spend hours stuck in traffic; villagers get electricity for only 6 to 8 hours a day. Economists estimate that...

Monday, November 19th, 2012

Infrastructure Key to Peace in Southeast Asia

Breaking the vicious cycle of violence, poverty, and injustice is incredibly complex. The emphasis must lie in building institutions that enjoy the confidence of citizens and provide security, economic opportunities, and access to justice. This can be...

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Map Scholars Discuss Japanese Cartography

Scholars from Tokyo and across the United States gathered on the Yale University campus Monday to probe the mysteries of Japanese cartography. East Asian Studies experts met in Luce Hall at a workshop entitled “Mapping Japanese History: Space,...

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Indonesia Infrastructure: Good Intentions, Little Progress

Ask any investor or ordinary Indonesian about their biggest gripe and it’s likely to revolve around infrastructure, whether it’s lack of power or poor transportation. As in many other developing nations, complex bureaucracy, nervousness about the involvement...

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