Asian Surveying & Mapping
Breaking News
China launches Yaogan-34 remote sensing satellite
China has launched a new remote sensing satellite, Yaogan-34,...
Crew-1 Astronauts Safely Splash Down After Space Station Mission
WASHINGTON - Four astronauts splashed down safely in the...
WA government launches online remote sensing tool for pastoral management
The Western Australian Department of Primary Industries and Landgate...
ISRO Invites Applications for Free Online Course on Lunar Remote Sensing, Participants to Get Certificates
ISRO has invited applications from interested students and professionals...
China sends 9 satellites into space
China launched at least nine satellites into space on...
XAG Drones Joining Australian Taskforce to Defend Land from Invasion of Noxious Weed
SYDNEY- As Australia has long been troubled by the threat of...
Russia joins China’s mission to sample an asteroid and study a comet
China has selected a Russian science payload to fly...
India Set To Launch Its Most Advanced Earth Observation Satellite By 15 May
India is set to launch its most advanced earth-observation...
China to launch four Hainan-1 remote sensing satellites by the end of 2021
HAIKOU - The Chinese authorities plan to launch four...
Esri India Certified as a Great Place to Work®
Recognized for building a High-Trust, High-Performance Culture™ and gaining...

queensland

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Australia Faces a Surveying and Geospatial Skills Shortage

The shortages in surveying, geospatial and technical skills projected for Queensland and Australia will require a very significant increase in domestic supply if dependence on net migration of skills is to be avoided, finds a CRCSI-commissioned ACIL...

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Researchers Deploy GIS to Monitor Endangered Wallaby

Researchers in Central Queensland are using cutting-edge spatial technology to better understand the role competition may play in the conservation of the endangered bridled nailtail wallaby.

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Queensland Fires Ignite an International Emergency Response Exercise

A team of Queensland firies has ignited the interest of emergency response teams from around the world, after using cutting-edge mapping technology to tackle a catastrophic problem from the dark ages.

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Anzac Surveyors Critical to Australian War Effort

Queensland surveyors have played a major role in Australia's war effort, from World War One to the present time. Their contribution is recorded in diaries and photographs at the Landcentre Mapping and Surveying Museum in Brisbane. Former...

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Queensland Government Uses Google Earth to Push Investment

New technology will allow Queenslanders to access property, development, education and tourism data through Google Earth. Premier Campbell Newman on Wednesday launched the free Queensland Globe computer program as part of his government's Open Data push. Information...

Monday, March 18th, 2013

Getting Bogged Down in the Bowen Basin is No Longer a Problem Thanks to Geoimage Soil Moisture Solution

Geoimage formally launches the first of the Boggy Index series - a soil moisture vulnerability index over the Bowen Basin in Queensland. Surface moisture conditions impact movement and access to key sites for operators using heavy machinery...

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Queensland Flood Recovery Minister Calls for Improved Infrastructure

Relocation plans like Grantham 2011, levee banks around towns, new dams and better bridges are all ‘‘on the table’’ for Queensland’s 2013 flood recovery, the minister in charge said last night. Townsville’s former deputy mayor and the current...

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Ergon Recruits Game Developers for Geospatial Project

Ergon Energy is experimenting with open source gaming engines and physics models in an effort to capitalise on a massive geospatial data set from its ongoing laser-mapping project. The Queensland utility has completed 10 percent of its...

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Unitwater Consolidates Geospatial Systems

Queensland utility Unitywater is merging its disparate geospatial systems into a unified asset management platform, some two years after its formation. It outsourced the hosting and management of various platforms and infrastructure to CSG in January this...

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Queensland Celebrates 150 Years Since Border was Changed

Queensland celebrated 150 years since its border was changed. During the 1850s Queensland's Western Border was a straight line, but on the 21st of June 1862 much of North West Queensland became part of the state, in...

Page 2 of 4 1 2 3 4