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The Philippines Wants Nation’s Bike Lanes on Digital Map App
Recently, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has requested a search...
Thai Navy signs deal to purchase Elbit Systems’ Hermes 900 UAS
The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has signed a contract...
China Launches 16 New Satellites Into Orbit for Commercial Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Imaging: Report
China on Wednesday launched 16 new satellites into space...
Australia and NZ to share SBAS Network
Australia and New Zealand will share a satellite-based augmentation...
2022 China-ASEAN Satellite Application Industry Cooperation Forum Held in Nanning
People’s Daily Online, Nanning, September 18 (Reporter Shen Quanchi)...
India marks presence on chip-making map with Vedanta-Foxconn deal
India marks presence on chip-making map with Vedanta-Foxconn deal....
IBM to introduce remote-sensing AI in Saudi Arabia
RIYADH: International Business Machines Corp. will soon introduce remote-sensing...
Starbucks Singapore says customer database breached
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Space Foundation and Singapore Space & Technology Limited Sign Partnership Agreement
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.  — Space Foundation, a nonprofit advocate...
HERE SDK Navigate now available in Japan
Global businesses and local enterprises in Japan across industries...

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Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

AVEVA Releases AVEVA Engineering

AVEVA has released AVEVA Engineering, a new product where the full definition of tagged engineering items (equipment, lines etc.) can be developed by multi-disciplinary teams of specialist engineers...

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

First Indian Manufactured GPS Based Vehicle Tracking System Launched

Bhubaneswar based Roboticwares Pvt Ltd, one of the fastest growing technology solutions company in South Asia, on Wednesday is launching the first Indian manufactured GPS based vehicle tracking system with ignition control and live SMS notifications. Called Far Eye,...

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Topcon Announces MR-1 Modular GNSS Receiver

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) announces the release of the MR-1, a rugged, compact GNSS modular receiver with advanced technology. “The new MR-1 receiver is a ruggedized GNSS platform that delivers Topcon’s G3 and VISOR™ technologies in a...

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

GPS-based Information System in Howrah, Mumbai Rajdhanis

A GPS-based passenger information system will be installed in the Mumbai and Howrah Rajdhanis from this month, enabling passengers to find out the exact location, speed and arrival time of trains on real-time basis. GPS receivers are...

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

GPS Receivers Now Small Enough to Attach to Literally Anything

With a tiny-enough GPS sensor, it's possible to track the location of anything from your lost keys to a runaway pet. That's because the world's smallest GPS receiver is now smaller than a penny and weighs only...

Monday, August 29th, 2011

DHL Singapore Drives Fuel Efficiency with Vehicle Tracking

DHL Express Singapore has put its foot on the green accelerator, with a new pilot initiative to improve fuel efficiency by tracking the driving habits of its delivery staff. The logistics company's Vehicle Energy Reduction Program (VERP) trial,...

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

Ground-based Tech to Fill GPS Black Holes

An Australian company is poised to take advantage of growing frustration at the limitations of satellite-dependent global positioning systems. Professor Chris Rizos, of the School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems at the University of New South...

Monday, July 25th, 2011

Conservationists Keep Tabs on Proboscis Monkeys via Satellite Tags

Wildlife conservationists in Sabah are working towards ensuring the survival of the state's unique primatethe proboscis monkey by installing satellite tags on 10 of these long-nosed creatures. Sabah Wildlife Department director Dr Laurentius Ambu said the department...

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Satellites to Track Sariska’s Big Cats

Tigers in Rajasthan's Sariska Tiger Reserve may soon be connected with a satellite, enabling foresters to keep a constant watch on their movement. The system will be a first for India, that too, in a place where...

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

Apple Pays $945 Penalty in South Korea iPhone Tracking Suit

A South Korean District Court judge last month ruled that Apple’s Korea unit must pay a man 1 million won—about US$945—in a suit over the Apple iPhone tracking user’s movements. According to reports, the suit against Apple...

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