Geological mapping is a complicated and tedious professional task. Precise models are expected to be built with less time, more input and analysis of big data, a greater understanding of geological conditions, and frequent updates to be inline with current conditions.
China's Beidou satellite navigation system got a further push this week with news of a large RMB 5 billion (US$810 million) investment to build the 27-hectare Beidou Strategic Emerging Industrial Park in the city of Tianjin. The park will work to develop the use and application of the country's Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), into a world-leading market. The industral park is slated for between 30 and 50 companies developing products using Beidou's technology, with the first 20 companies moving there in June, with full operation by 2015.
Indonesia’s political stability has created a window of opportunity to reform the land sector. It is generally acknowledged that across Indonesia, land-tenure legislation struggles to be properly implemented, and most people gain access to land on the basis of local land-tenure systems and community-acknowledged traditions. These customary practices and systems, broadly described as adat, have been profoundly impacted by decades of colonial and post-independence government interventions and are continually burdened as a result of diverse factors such as cultural interactions, population growth, socio-economic changes, and political processes. Adat land systems are extremely diverse. This diversity is the result of a range of cultural, social, ecological, and economic factors in respective communities in the different regions of the country.
To mark the 10th anniversary of the Tokyo landmark Roppongi Hill, the project developer Mori Building Company launched a digital online campaign that animates a detailed 1:1000 scale model of the city. The site is called "Tokyo City Symphony," and it provides a 3D handcrafted and highly detailed model as the basis for an interactive experience.
Since its founding in 1989, ENN Energy’s mission has been to create innovative ways of producing and using cleaner energy. ENN’s cleaner energy solutions provide clients with innovative ways of meeting emission targets that can both cut costs and protect the environment. As of June 2011, ENN employed more than 27,000 people and had total assets of more than 40 billion RMB. It operates more than 100 subsidiaries around the world, and in more than 100 cities throughout China.
Tracking is undoubtedly essential to keep check on the safety of near ones and treasured assets like cars. Shenzen Eelink, the leading GPS GPRS tracker manufacturer from China has come up with high qu…
SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, is pleased to announce that Correlator3D™ is being used for forestry projects in Southeast Asia by PT Credent Teknologi. SimActive…
With the 2013 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium less than two months away (July 21-26), now is the time to register. This year’s global summit will showcase world leading rese…
Australia’s National Atlas of Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems (GDEs) has won the 2013 Geospatial World Application Excellence Award for Environment Protection and Monitoring. The coveted prize was pr…
The Location Forum’s Privacy Council released the public version of their Location Data Privacy: Guidelines, Assessment &a&ecommendations today.&n hese groundbreaking Guidelines represent the first in…
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USA - HxGN Live 2013
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USA - Esri Survey Summit
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USA - Esri International User Conference
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Australia - IGNSS 2013
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Australia - IGARSS 2013
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Australia - 18th Annual Geospatial Solutions Conference
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New Zealand - Maori GIS Association National Conference
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Japan - Summer Seminar on GNSS
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Thailand - 5th International Conference on HealthGIS 2013