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June 25, 2014

Seattle City Light Deploys TerraGo’s GeoPDF to Bring Portable, Interactive Maps to Field Workers

Washington, D.C., June 17, 2014—Seattle City Light, the 10th largest U.S. public electricity company, has implemented TerraGo’s GeoPDF® products to improve field service technology and operations. With over 1,800 employees and a large percentage deployed as mobile workers, Seattle City Light needed a better way to share geographic and electrical system data in the field.

June 25, 2014

SSTL Announces the Successful Launch of KazEOSat-2

GUILDFORD, United Kingdom, June 20, 2014—SurreySatellite TechnologyLtd (SSTL) todayannounced the successful launchofKazEOSat-2,amediumresolution Earth observation satellite for theRepublic ofKazakhstan, atUTC 19:11:1.Thespacecraftwaslaunched intoa630km sun-synchronous orbiton board aDNEPRrocket from Yasnyin Russia. Followingconfirmationof separation from the launchvehicle,thegroundstationat the newlybuiltsatelliteoperations centre in Kazakhstan’scapital city,Astana, established contactwith the satelliteon its first passandcommissioning ofthe platformisnowunderway,undertaken by a joint team ofengineers from SSTLand

June 25, 2014

URISA 2014 Salary Survey Data Collection Period Opens

Des Plaines, Ill., June 17, 2014—The entire GIS community is asked to help develop an important profile of GIS professional activities and compensation by participating in the 2014 URISA GIS Salary Survey. URISA conducts a periodic comprehensive Salary Survey for GIS Professionals. The first Survey was conducted in 1998, with subsequent editions published in 2003,

June 25, 2014

VisionMap and Acute3D Announce Sale of 3-D Modeling Solution

Ramat Gan, Israel, June 16, 2014—VisionMap Ltd and Acute3D announced today the first sale of their joint 3D modeling solution to the Tianjin institute of Survey & Mapping. The bundle solution combines VisionMap’s A3 Airborne Digital Mapping System and Acute3D’s Smart3DCapture™software. This is the first and only end-to-end solution providing high-resolution 3D models of vast

June 25, 2014

U.S. Army Awards Contract to Raven Industries for Vista Smart Sensor Radar Systems

ARLINGTON, Va., June 18, 2014—Vista Research, a subsidiary of Raven Aerostar (Nasdaq:RAVN), has been awarded an operations and maintenance contract for the upgrade and replacement of currently-fielded radar systems in support of the U.S. Army's Persistent Ground Surveillance Systems (PGSS) Program. The firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract has been awarded for $8,381,917 and details an expected completion

June 25, 2014

ESA Satellites Unveil Earth’s Latest Magnetic Changes

The first set of high-resolution results from the European Space Agency’s three-satellite Swarm constellation reveals the most recent changes in the magnetic field that protects our planet.

June 25, 2014

Chilean Glaciers Losing Ground

Chile’s Northern Patagonian ice field is one of the world’s largest temperate ice fields, but photos from space show its glaciers appear to be losing a significant amount of mass.

June 25, 2014

Satellites Can Detect Shifting Land, Save Lives

As shown by the March 2014 Oso, Wash., mudslide that killed 41 people, subsidence, rockfalls and landslides can cause devastating human and economic consequences. But satellites can help.

June 25, 2014

Oregon Will Monitor Wildfires with New Drone

The Oregon Forestry Department is building a helicopter unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to get into small, smoky places that are inaccessible or too dangerous for humans.

June 19, 2014

OGC Seeks Comment on Charter for New netCDF Standards Working Group

June 11, 2014—A new netCDF Standards Working Group (SWG) is being chartered to further extend the existing netCDF standard with extension modules for additional data models, encodings, and conventions. Initiators of the new SWG seek comments from the public on the draft new charter. The comment period closes on 2014-07-11. NetCDF has already been established

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