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UK’s new Geospatial Data Strategy to support innovation
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Indonesia 2020: Total Hospital & Medical Installed Base Mapping with COVID-19 Updates
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Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Maptek Releases I-Site 8200 Laser Scanner for Underground Survey

Mining technology innovator Maptek has released a new laser scanner designed specifically for underground applications. The I-Site 8200 is ultra-versatile. It can be coupled with a range of accessories to provide a complete scanning system for...

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Can an Infrastructure Splurge Reboot Japan’s Economy?

Shinzo Abe, who two days later launched his successful campaign to become prime minister partly on a promise of renovating Japan’s rusting infrastructure. As promised, on January 10th Mr Abe approved a massive public-spending bonanza, expected to...

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Japan Orders Inspections After Fatal Tunnel Collapse

Revelations that aging bolts and rods may have led to the devastating highway tunnel collapse that claimed at least nine lives in Japan over the weekend has sparked nationwide anxiety over the safety of decades-old infrastructure. Thus far,...

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Topcon IP-S2 Compact+ 3D Mobile Mapping System for a Wide Range of Applications

Topcon Positioning System (TPS) introduces the new IP-S2 Compact+, an innovative mobile mapping system to accurately measure objects even in adverse weather conditions and enclosed job sites such as tunnels and mines.

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Environmental Issues Force Construction of Tunnels in Asia

In a survey done with 4,500 tunneling professionals, almost half of the respondents – 47.8 percent to be exact – want to know about the MTR and MRT projects in Hong Kong and Singapore respectively. And why wouldn’t...