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Mobile data, fixed broadband and pay-TV to drive Malaysian telecom market to 2021
Steady growth in the consumption of mobile data, fixed broadband, VoIP and pay-TV services is set to help Malaysia’s telecom market remain viable through to 2021, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
According to the company’s latest report, the …

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New calibration capabilities in HIPS and SIPS 10.4
Teledyne CARIS has released HIPS and SIPSTM 10.4. This version introduces the first commercial release of CIDCO’s Automatic Boresight Calibration tool, providing a systematic approach to calibration as an alternative to the traditional, manual patch test.
It is designed to simplify both survey planning and post-processing for …

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Remote sensing for cosmic dust and other celestial bodies
In a paper published in EPJ Plus, Stefano Bagnulo from Armagh Observatory and Planetarium in Northern Ireland, UK, and colleagues review the state-of-theart in polarimetry for studying the small bodies in our solar system. Combined with other observational techniques, such as thermal radiometry and visible photometry, …

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First contract between ESSP and KARI
ESSP has recently signed a framework Contract with KARI (Republic of Korea Aerospace Research Institute) to support them on the set-up of the future Korean Service Provider for KASS, the Korea Augmentation Satellite System similar to the European EGNOS. The signature was sealed last October 25th at the Toulouse …

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Centre for Spatial Analytics and Advanced GIS in Bengaluru
Under the aegis of NIAS Council of Management (COM) and with support from Tata Trusts, Centre for Spatial Analytics and Advanced GIS (C-SAG) has been established in Bengaluru. This Centre will work in the field of Spatial Analytics and advanced GIS to develop Intellectual Property (IP) …

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CASA tightens drone rules ahead of review
Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has introduced tighter rules on recreational drone flight ahead of a full review of drone regulation. It cites community concern as the prompt for the new restrictions, and a rising number of incidents being reported.
The new regulations enforce a maximum ceiling …

Oct 2017 | No Comment

All-in-one office software for topographical data by GeoMax
GeoMax has announced the X-PAD Office Fusion, the all-in-one office software combining data from multiple sensors into one easy-to-use interface. It manages, combines and processes data from GNSS receivers, total stations, laser scanners and other sensors in one single environment whether from GeoMax or any other provider …

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Avast and Aircel partnership
Avast, the global leader in digital security products, recently announced a strategic partnership with Aircel, one of India’s leading mobile service providers. Under this partnership, 85 million subscribers of Aircel will have access to Avast Mobile Security and Avast Cleanup (a performance optimization application) as part of the Aircel Protect Suite. …

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Drones enter the sky safely through new technology
Two companies from the Netherlands and Belgium joined forces to show that drones can be managed and controlled using a specially developed small transponder combined with Unmanned Traffi c Management software. The new technology was developed by Unifl y supplier of transponders that make the drones visible. …

Oct 2017 | No Comment

Airports Authority of India released national register 2017
Airports Authority of India (AAI) which is managing 126 airports (including Civil Enclaves) have taken up the onerous task of preparing a comprehensive National Register containing details of all Civil Airports/ Airstrips in the country and the work carried out is first of its kind. The details …