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February 24, 2015

Sentinel-2A: New Eyes of Copernicus Ready for Space

Friedrichshafen/Ottobrunn, Feb.24, 2015 — After six months of intensive testing, the first Sentinel-2 satellite developed and built by Airbus Defence and Space for the European Space Agency (ESA) is getting ready for its mission in space. Sentinel-2A will be the second satellite of the Copernicus programme to be launched. Copernicus is an operational programme led by

February 23, 2015

Teledyne BlueView Releases QuickStitch-Powered by EIVA

Bothell, Wash., Feb. 23, 2015—Teledyne BlueView is a leading provider of underwater 3D acoustic imaging equipment used to inspect, monitor, measure and quantify areas of interest below the surface. The 3D Scanning Sonars scan from a fixed location and produce a highly detailed point cloud centered on the scan location. To obtain data over larger

February 23, 2015

GeoTerra Orders New Advanced Optech Galaxy Airborne Lidar for Mountain Surveys

Feb. 23, 2015 — Optech is pleased to announce that it will deliver an Optech Galaxy airborne lidar to GeoTerra (formerly 3Di and Bergman Photographic Services), based in Eugene, Oregon. Optech Galaxy’s PulseTRAK™ technology will be particularly useful for GeoTerra’s upcoming western projects, bringing new efficiency to surveys with challenging elevation changes ‎or restrictive flying

February 23, 2015

GISCI Announces Changes to the GISP Certification Process

DES PLAINES, Ill., Feb. 16, 2015—The GISCI Board is pleased to announce the long-anticipated changes to the GISP certification process that were decided during the first meeting of 2015. These changes affect both current and future GISP certification holders and were made in order to increase the value, recognition and long term viability of the

February 23, 2015

Digital Earth 2015 – Second Call for Abstracts and Special Sessions

Feb.23, 2015—Digital Earth 2015 seeks abstracts describing the state of the art and practice relating to the five conference themes: Digital Earth Theory and Technology Earth Observation Applications to Science and Policy Digital Earth and Client Well-Being, and Digital Earth Education and Outreach Digital Earth concerns the integrated use of digital technologies to monitor, map, model, and manage our

February 23, 2015

Britain Leads the Way as Ordnance Survey Helps to Drive Economic Growth and Digital Innovation Through Open Data

Feb.23, 2015—To coincide with International Open Data Day, when countries across the globe will show their support for open data policies, Ordnance Survey (OS) announce plans to launch a world-leading digital map as open data and the creation of an engagement hub in London. This consolidates the UK’s reputation as the most advanced country in the

February 23, 2015

Former Governor Geringer Leads Panel Calling on Congress and Governors to Make National Spatial Data Infrastructure a High Priority

Washington, DC, Feb.23, 2015 – At a news briefing on Monday, former Wyoming Governor James Geringer will highlight the Coalition of Geospatial Organizations’ (COGO) Report Card on the U.S. National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) released on February 6, 2015. The Report Card describes the condition of the nation’s information about roads, water, land, air, bridges, dams, topography,

February 23, 2015

MAPPS Supports Proposed FAA Rules to Allow Commercial Use of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems

WASHINGTON, D.C.,February 23, 2015 - MAPPS Executive Director John Palatiello issued the following statement about the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) concerning operation and certification of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS): "The proposed rules issued by the FAA for the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)

February 21, 2015

ESA’s Biomass Satellite Goes Ahead

Following the initial selection in 2013 for Biomass to become ESA’s seventh Earth Explorer mission and the completion of preparatory activities, ESA Member States yesterday gave the green light for its full implementation for launch in 2020. The mission addresses one of the most fundamental components in the Earth system: the status and dynamics of

February 21, 2015

Dual Electronics Partners with Arclarity to Develop Sense-and-Avoid Solution for Drones to Avoid Collisions

HEATHROW, Fla., Feb. 20, 2015—Dual Electronics Corporation, a leading manufacturer of aviation GPS and ADS-B receivers, announced today that it has been working with Arclarity LLC, a leading developer of 3D augmented reality aviation systems, to develop a sense-and-avoid solution for autonomously flying drones operating in the US airspace. The solution combines Dual’s aviation products, which

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