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Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

Thailand Sees Surge in Drone Sales

Drones have become increasingly popular in Southeast Asia among tourists and photographers, but also for commercial use in agriculture, construction, surveying and mapping. Driving sales are the reduction in price, lower-weight aircraft and increased automation. Quite capable...

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Culture Mapping the Thai-Cambodian Border Area

The Thailand Research Fund sponsored villagers in the Thai-Cambodian border area to conduct "cultural mapping" research. The findings show that many of them have a shared ancestry. The family members, however, have been divided by a series...

Monday, October 12th, 2015

China and Thailand Extend Space Technology and Remote Sensing Agreement

Last month, China and Thailand agreed to expand their 2013 agreement to cooperate in various fields of science and technology such as space technology, remote sensing satellites, solar energy and electric cars. This took place at a meeting...

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Thailand Land Bank Could Address Conflict

Thailand is currently contemplating creating a land bank to help villagers that face land-related issues. The National Reform Council has studied land issues that impact poor farmers and has suggested this option to instill fairness and stability.

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Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Thai Government Surveys Two Islands for Detention of Migrants

Sources familiar with the matter yesterday identified the islands as Kangkao and Kam Yai, which are under the care of the Department of National Parks. In a bid to cope with the unabated issue of illegal migrants,...

Friday, February 6th, 2015

Thailand and Cambodia Begin Surveying their Border

After conflict between Thailand and Cambodia at the Chong Am Border Crossing, the two countries have formed a joint committee to begin surveying the contested watershed. Thailand suggests the area be declared a no-mans land.

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Thailand Prime Minister Discusses Surveying Campaign to Overcome Encroachment

Prime Minister Prayut spoke during his weekly progress about the need to combat land encroachment. He has indicated that the Treasury Department, the Department and Cooperatives Promotion, the Social Development and Welfare Department, the Agricultural Land Reform Office,...

Friday, September 26th, 2014

GfK Releases New Geodata for Thailand

BRUCHSAL, Germany, Sept. 25 , 2014 – GfK has released an updated and expanded edition of its digital maps for Thailand. Digital maps featuring postal and administrative boundaries form the foundation for software-based analyses with a geographic...

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

MDA Continues to Provide RADARSAT-2 Information to Thailand

MDA’s Information Systems group (MDA) announced today that it has renewed its contract with the Geo-Informatics & Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) to  continue downlink of RADARSAT-2 data that will be used to support critical infrastructure serving...

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Thai Provinces Part of Smart Farming Effort Identified by Mapping

Two Thai provinces where rice production is considered "insecure and vulnerable" by officials are being targeted for inclusion in a study project working to improve crop standards of rice farmers throughout the region. The project in Thailand...

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