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Thursday, October 15th, 2015

Malaysia Invests in a UAV for Monitoring and Disaster Response

The Malaysian federal government has invested in a new unmanned aerial vehicle to monitor land use, natural resources and to aid in disaster management. The new Tangau UAV is a 185kg drone capable of covering 100 km...

Sunday, January 19th, 2014

Storms Wreak Havoc in Typhoon-Hit Philippines

November’s Typhoon Haiyan left more than 4 million people homeless and in need of shelter. Families have tried to repair their homes with scraps of destroyed buildings and emergency plastic sheets and now live in flimsy structures...

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

Rebuilding Lives and Urban Planning After ‘Yolanda’

When we started organizing the National Competitiveness Council’s regional competitiveness committees last year, our first intention was to get groups mobilized on the ground to get a measure of how competitive a city or municipality was. However,...

Friday, November 15th, 2013

Crowdsource Mapping Helps Recovery Efforts In Philippines

More than 800 people are lending a hand remotely by collaborating on online maps, through the OpenStreetMap network. The maps use satellite technology and the knowledge of the public to help relief organizations, like the Red Cross,...

Friday, November 8th, 2013

The Big Picture: Typhoon Haiyan

A massive typhoon, reported as one of the strongest storms on record this year, came ashore in the central Philippines today. The storm packed sustained winds of 147 miles per hour and forced more than 700,000 people...

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

SMOS Tracks Asia’s Superstorms Over Land and Sea

ESA’s versatile water mission tracked Asia’s recent storms over land and sea. Over the past three weeks, tropical cyclone activity has intensified over the seas bordering southern and eastern Asia.

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Powerful Typhoon Man-yi Hits Central Japan

A powerful typhoon has made landfall in central Japan, flooding scores of houses and forcing hundreds of thousands of residents to evacuate. Officials have asked at least 400,000 residents from four prefectures to leave their homes due...

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

Typhoon Bopha Hits the Philippines Hard

The strong and out-of-season Typhoon Bopha has hit the Philippines hard this week in areas that were not accustomed to strong storms. The storm has destroyed roads and bridges, killing more than 300 people, and with several...

Monday, August 29th, 2011

Typhoon Crosses Taiwan, Heads for Fujian

Typhoon Nanmadol headed to Fujian province on Monday after dumping more than 20 inches of rain in southern Taiwan, where wide swaths of agricultural land were flooded and some 8,000 people evacuated.