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High-resolution spatial maps to assess climate-related shocks
Insurance companies and governments worldwide are increasingly using spatial...
Aurecon strengthens digital offering in Greater China to help clients future-proof their infrastructure
Hong Kong – As businesses across Asia continue to...
Synspective and GCRS Announce Partnership for SAR Satellite-Based Risk Analysis Solutions in South Asia
Geo Climate Risk  Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (GCRS), a solution...
Teledyne Optech Galaxy T2000 mobilized for earthquake recovery and reconstruction effort in China
Vaughan, Ontario, CANADA – Teledyne Geospatial announced that the State...
Presagis Teams with Kambill Systems to Provide Artificial Intelligence-Based Geospatial Services in Asia Pacific
First two Contracts Awarded by Indian National Survey Agency/State...
Synspective and GCRS Announce Partnership for SAR Satellite-Based Risk Analysis Solutions in South Asia
2022 November 15, Tokyo – Geo Climate Risk Solutions...
Fugro opens state-of-the-art space control centre SpAARC in Perth
Fugro has officially opened the Australian Space Automation, Artificial...
Chinese scientists create new detailed map of moon rocks
BEIJING - Chinese scientists have created a high-resolution map...
Russia and Iran expand space cooperation
Russia and Iran are gradually expanding their cooperation in...
Korea bolsters spatial data cooperation with Tanzania, Ethiopia
The government will help Tanzania and Ethiopia with effective...

Risk Management

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Beyond Bushfires, a Study Into Community Resilience and Recovery

A long-term study into the health and wellbeing of community members affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires, is being led by the University of Melbourne. The study aims to capture a diversity of experiences including those directly or...

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Radar Could Detect Tsunamis More Accurately

A tsunami has been observed with radar for the first time, promising a cheap and more accurate early warning method, according to a study. Researchers have found that the devastating tsunami that hit Japan on 11 March could had been...

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Economies at Risk from Natural Disasters

Natural mayhem can create havoc not only to human lives, but also to economies. The Recent disaster in Japan vouches for this. Recently  an ‘analysis and mapping’ firm maplecroft released a report stating that emerging economies like India,...

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

$56.9m ADB Loan to Tackle Assam Floods

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India today signed the agreement for the first tranche loan of $56.9 million under the $120 million Assam Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Investment Programme. The ambitious...

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

Building Capacity in Remote Sensing for Disasters

The use and application of aerial and satellite imagery plays an important role in planning for and mitigating the impacts of disasters. This includes flooding, earthquake, tsunami, desertification and other extreme events. This technology depends upon adequate...

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

Decision Support – Disaster and Risk Management Print

The quick availability of geoinformation can provide many benefits for disaster and risk management related efforts involving floods, earthquakes, cyclones, wildfires and the like. This information often originates from many sources...