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April 16, 2013

President Obama’s 2014 USGS Budget Proposal Strengthens Science

Reston, Va., April 10, 2013—President Obama’s fiscal year (FY) 2014 budget request for the U.S. Geological Survey is $1.167 billion, an increase of $98.8 million above the 2012 enacted level, reflecting the Administration’s commitment to scientific research and development as the foundation for innovation, socio-economic well-being, environmental sustainability, and sound decisionmaking. This includes science to

April 16, 2013

RIEGL USA, Maser Consulting Expand into Mobile Mapping Market

ORLANDA, Fla., April 11, 2013—RIEGL USA continues to set new milestones within the mobile mapping market with their second VMX-450 Mobile Mapping System sale in 2013. Maser Consulting P.A. will be taking delivery of two RIEGL systems:  the VMX-450 CS-6 with four cameras and a new dual antenna system, and a VZ-400 Terrestrial Laser Scanner.

April 9, 2013

Arctic Ice Cap Shrinks Again—Now Smallest Ever

Satellite observations show that in September 2012 the ice cap over the Arctic Ocean shrank to its lowest extent on record—about half the average summertime extent from 1979 to 2000.

April 9, 2013

Managing Fire in Etosha National Park

NASA’s Terra satellite chronicles a prescribed burn from June 5-16, 2012, in northwestern Namibia, offering valuable lessons for park and wildlife managers everywhere.

April 9, 2013

U.S. Army Eyes Super-Small Surveillance Drones

The U.S. Army reportedly is interested in experimenting with two tiny Black Hornet unmanned aircraft systems that can fit in the palm of a hand, take photos and record video.

April 9, 2013

How Earth Observation Satellites Help Protect History

Looking down from orbit is an attractive way of monitoring historical sites in remote or politically unstable regions and often can help archaeologists make new discoveries.

April 9, 2013

ITRES Client Completes TSR-1800 Thermal Search and Rescue System Field Trial in Alaska

Calgary, Alberta, Canada, March 27, 2013—The first operational test of the TSR-1800 in an arctic coastal environment was successfully conducted by North Slope Borough Search and Rescue of Barrow, Alaska, under the guidance of ITRES. The NSB SAR team recently took possession of a new pressurized Beechcraft King Air aircraft configured in a dual medevac/search

April 9, 2013

Orbit Logic Releases STK Scheduler Online

GREENBELT, Md., April 2, 2013—Orbit Logic announces the release of STK Scheduler Online Viewer - a web application for the secure dissemination of schedules generated by STK Scheduler, an add-on module for Systems Tool Kit (STK) software developed by Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI).  STK Scheduler Online Viewer users login through a web page to explore

April 9, 2013

Blue Marble Demonstrates How to Take 3-D Analysis to the Next Level

Hallowell, Maine, April 2, 2013—Blue Marble Geographics ( will be exhibiting at the upcoming SPAR International conference to showcase new LiDAR classification features in Global Mapper 14.1. This exciting event will be held on April 15th through the 18th in Colorado Springs, Colorado and will focus on new innovations in 3D data technology. Analyzing 3D

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