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Ireland launches first ever space strategy plan
Ireland launches first ever National Space Strategy today that...
Australian university uses Google Street View to manage roadside infrastructure
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Facebook launches high definition area map for Asia Pacific region
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PMO launches new geographical information system
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India’s 1st manned orbital spacecraft in August 2022
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Jamaica Wins Award for Use of GIS in Policing
Jamaica has been selected as this year’s recipient of...
Queensland wants a share of Australian space industry
Following the development of a roadmap, a committee list...
Chinese academy takes step to bolster agriculture in Zambia
LUSAKA, June 21 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese Academy of...
South Korea, Japan to Plus-Up Position, Navigation, and Timing Satellite Systems
The governments of South Korea and Japan are each...
Hong Kong IoT Conference 2019 Connected World Connected Business – Introducing New Solutions and Course to Construct IoT Ecosystem
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Friday, February 20th, 2015

Kokusai Kogyo Leverages LiDAR Data to Quickly Deliver Map to Aid in Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction

Kokusai Kogyo was tasked with creating a base map to help determine the extent of damage caused by landslides and flooding as a result of a typhoon and torrential rain in Japan, as well as...

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Geoscience Australia Deploys Altus High-Precision GNSS Surveying Instrument

Geoscience Australia has taken delivery of six APS-3G high-precision satellite surveying instruments from U.S. manufacturer Altus Positioning Systems.

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Naval Advantage Lies with New Technology Approach

A leading defence geospatial expert has recommended the Australian Navy develop an enterprise-wide Geographic Information System (GIS) approach to Rapid Environmental Assessment (REA) to deliver unprecedented advantages in both surface and sub-surface warfare.