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The Philippines Wants Nation’s Bike Lanes on Digital Map App
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Thai Navy signs deal to purchase Elbit Systems’ Hermes 900 UAS
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China Launches 16 New Satellites Into Orbit for Commercial Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Imaging: Report
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Australia and NZ to share SBAS Network
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2022 China-ASEAN Satellite Application Industry Cooperation Forum Held in Nanning
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India marks presence on chip-making map with Vedanta-Foxconn deal
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Space Foundation and Singapore Space & Technology Limited Sign Partnership Agreement
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HERE SDK Navigate now available in Japan
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Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Abu Dhabi Incorporates GIS in Mathematics and Science

The Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) launched an initiative that integrates Geographical Information System (GIS) technology into Mathematics and Science.  GIS provides tools for enabling spatial analysis, developing critical thinking and IT skills, and supports innovations. The...

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Golden Software Releases MapViewer 8 with New Map Types and User-Interface Enhancements

GOLDEN, Colo., Jan. 14, 2015—Golden Software, LLC, the leading developer of affordable scientific graphics software, announces the release of MapViewer 8, a mapping and spatial analysis software package for producing publication-quality thematic...

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Esri Brings Analytics to Urban Modeling for Smarter City Planning

Esri brings together the power of GIS analytics and the beauty of 3D urban modeling in its latest release of CityEngine. Now urban designers and architects can create 3D models with CityEngine and export parts of...

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Exprodat GIS Software Increases Exploration Success

GUILDFORD, UK, Sept. 24, 2014—Exprodat, the oil and gas GIS services, software and training supplier, has released a new version of Exploration Analyst, its popular and widely used petroleum exploration and new ventures software.

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Andhra Pradesh Government Proposes Eight Capital Zones

The Andhra Pradesh government has recommended eight capital zones based on 20 scientific indicators including ground water, surface water availability, air, sea and road connectivity and availability of degraded forest land. The AP State Remote Sensing and Application...

Friday, January 24th, 2014

A Queensland Cartogram for Mapping by Postcode

Do you use postcode boundaries to map your data? If so, you will have encountered issues such as changing boundary shapes and sizes, and huge differences in size between urban and rural postcode areas.

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

What’s the Next Evolution of Online Map Functionality?

There’s a fascinating transformation underway in how map platforms are being marketed toward individuals and organizations. The consumer platforms (Google, Microsoft Bing Maps, Apple, etc.) have warred for some time over who has the better maps, navigation...

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

The Evolution of GIS in the Cloud Empowers New Uses

Major GIS vendors are embracing cloud computing as a platform to extend functionality, to ease the use of these tools for greater reach into enterprises, and to penetrate new markets. The extension of GIS via the cloud...

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

GIS Research Finds Visitors at Greater Risk than Locals at Victorian Beaches

It’s official. Beach hazards are a greater risk for visitors than for locals, according to research by Life Saving Victoria. Using cutting-edge Geographic Information System...

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Standards Helped Response to the Great East Japan Earthquake

A broad-based effort to employ geospatial analysis and information sharing contributed greatly to the disaster response effort after the Great East Japan Earthquake on 11 March 2011.  OGC standards played an important role.

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