Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Features

Optech is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at SMART Geospatial Expo 2014 in South Korea on August 25 - 27. To learn what new Optech technologies are being deployed around the world, visit booth A13 in the exhibition hall, where Regional Sales Manager Judah Westby will be available to answer any questions attendees may have about Optech’s newest developments.

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China's high resolution earth observation satellite system Gaofen-1 is equipped with two sets of 2 m resolution panchromatic, 8 m resolution multispectral cameras and four 16 m resolution multispectral wide cameras, with a design life of 5-8 years.

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Smart mapping technology will play a vital role in moving Australia’s environmental monitoring into the realms of science fiction, according to one of the world’s leading micro-sensing technology experts.

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In today’s high-tech, data-driven world, Geospatial Technology is amongst the leading advancements in modern technology. Combining Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS), location-based intelligence has revolutionised the way societal issues are faced. These range from local to global; from looking up real-time traffic information on your Smartphone, to managing and responding to a major natural disaster. A high-demand, multi-billion pound industry, this vast market presents enormous opportunity for students educated in a relevant subject.

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1Spatial Group, the spatial big data company, today announced the locations and dates of new training courses for Safe Software’s FME spatial data transformation products in the Asia Pacific region.

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