Thursday, 24 July 2014

Asian Surveying & Mapping - Corporate News

German and Australian scientists today launched state-of-the-art water quality monitoring tools that will enable anyone in the world to zoom in on what is stirring up under the surface of Australian waters.

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One of the most devastating threats to the environment, economy, and human health in Indonesia comes in the form of fire. Forest and bush fires, illegal and often associated with agricultural expansion and land conflict, can release a toxic haze that shuts down schools and airports, and sickens tens of thousands of people. Efforts to stop the fires have been hampered by a lack of high-quality evidence on where exactly the fires are and who could be responsible.

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The Australian Renewable Energy Agency today announced $1.3 million funding for CSIRO to undertake an innovative wave resource mapping and modelling project.

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A new book from CSIRO, Biodiversity: Science and Solutions for Australia, has been launched by Minister for Environment, Greg Hunt. Mr Hunt said the book captured the latest information on Australia's biodiversity, and aimed to provide business, Government, and the community with practical solutions to managing Australia's globally unique natural assets.

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Supergeo Technologies, a leading global provider of GIS software and solutions, announces the investment plan in advanced geographic network applications. The technology collaboration is conducted by Supergeo and the Department of Geography, National Taiwan University, supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan.

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Controlling and preventing infectious diseases like dengue fever is one of the main issues for public health authorities in many countries. GIS technologies can play a key role to support decision makers to expand their vision of action taking in efficient strengthening control and prevention.

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Esri celebrated more than 170 organizations during the Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Awards ceremony yesterday at the Esri User Conference (Esri UC) in San Diego, California. The SAG Awards highlight users that have shown vision, leadership, hard work, and innovation in their use of Esri's geographic information system (GIS) technology.

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The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has been selected from more than 400,000 organisations worldwide to win a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) award at the annual Esri User Conference in San Diego, California.

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The Urban Redevelopment Authority and Esri are working jointly on the enhancement of an advanced urban planning 3D tool, Esri CityEngine, which transforms 2D town planning data into interactive 3D city models.

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Australian space scientists will no longer need to go offshore to build satellites, following the completion of the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC) at The Australian National University.

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Thailand's public debt management office has set an initial 150 billion baht ($4.67 billion) for infrastructure investments for the fiscal year starting Oct 1, its director general said on Monday. The investments will be mainly on infrastructure projects which are more feasible and approved by the ruling military council, Chularat Suteethorn told reporters. Read More

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  • surveyor 04.11.2011 19:37
    There are steps that are being taken by many surveyors as a community which stand ...

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  • Jake 30.08.2011 07:47
    Maybe they should ask Western Australia GIS users what they think of SLIP before ...

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