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Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Tocpon DS-200 Features Robotic Upgrade to Popular Total Station Series

Topcon Positioning Systems announces the addition of the DS-200 with XPointing technology to its DS line of total stations in the North American market. “The DS-200 sets the standard for the entry level robotic total station market...

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

DeLorme inReach Satellite Communicator Provides Two-Way Global Tracking and Safety Data Links for Esri Customers

At the 2012 Esri Users Conference, DeLorme is showcasing how Esri customers can push tracking data and messages from remote inReach™ satellite communicators into the Esri Tracking Server for display on a secure web portal.

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

The Battle to Save Indonesia’s Disappearing Forests

Activists say there is no accurate map showing the extent of the deforestation because of incomplete information given by local provinces, and the inaccessibility of the archipelago's remote and rugged terrain. Satellite imagery is also hindered by...

Monday, May 10th, 2010

India Drought Assessment Using SPI, Remote Sensing and Modeling

New book on drought assessment using SPI, remote sensing and modelling. The Indo-Gangetic Region (IGR), situated in the north of India, occupies nearly 20% of the total geographical area of India. The IGR of India primarily encompasses...