Wednesday, 20 August 2014

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Over 85 million square kilometers of fresh basemap imagery from Airbus Defense and Space is now available in ArcGIS Online. This announcement follows the signing of an agreement between Airbus Defense and Space and Esri for access to select sets of Airbus Defense and Space imagery.

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Already an active user of satellite navigation technology – including EGNOS – the maritime sector is warming up for the launch of Galileo Early Services, which will provide even better performance. Europe’s maritime traffic is increasing and, as a result, its ports and inland waterways are becoming more and more congested. This growth requires new solutions to improve efficiency and safety and minimize the impact that maritime traffic has on the environment.

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http://sgs.supergeo.com.tw/world%20cup/mapviewer2.htmWho will be the winner of World Cup 2014? Supergeo holds a vote for predicting the winner of 2014 FIFA World Cup to let worldwide football fans participate in the great quadrennial football event in a spatial way.

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Supergeo Technologies, a leading global provider of GIS software and solutions, announced that Lingaraj College of K.L.E. Society in India selects SuperPad 3.1a to enhance geospatial data collecting efficiency and encourage non-GIS major students to learn the spatial technologies to apply to their study.

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GovHack launches its annual grassroots Open Data hackathon from July 11 to 13 with over 1,200 participants ready to get their hands on government data. This year’s event follows the launch of Lateral Economics ‘Open for Business’ report which illustrates the potential economic value of reinvigorating the open data agenda in Australia. The report is aimed at raising policy awareness of more vigorous open data policies which could add around AUD 16 billion per annum to the Australian economy.

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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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