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The Environmental Protection Bureau of Taichung in central Taiwan has decided to deploy cameras attached to drones in its efforts to catch those damaging air quality and jeopardizing road traffic…

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China has launched a high-resolution optical Earth observation satellite recently. The Gaofen 8 satellite lifted off from the Taiyuan space center in northern China’s Shanxi province…

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Congressman Frank LoBiondo, R-N.J., flipped a switch at a decommissioned Loran-C station in Wildwood, New Jersey, to begin transmission of an enhanced Loran or eLoran signal…

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A free app for both iOS and Android features the results of European GNSS Agency (GSA) supported research and development initiatives. The new EGNSS Research….

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The Trimble BD935-INS is part of the company’s GNSS OEM portfolio and augments real-time positioning with 3-D orientation. It is designed for applications that require orientation as well as RTK in a single package.

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Signals from both Galileo satellites launched March 27 are now transmitting signals.

Researchers at Université de Liège and at the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, or DLR) reported on May 21 that the first of the full-operational capability (FOC) satellites had begun transmitting standard L-band signals. The satellite, designated Galileo 8, is using pseudorandom-noise-code identifier 22.

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German automaker Daimler AG is increasing its ties with China’s web service provider Baidu Inc to enhance its in-car software technology, for its luxury brands…

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The decision by India’s National Disaster Response Force to use drones to help Nepal map the scale of devastation caused by last month’s earthquake indicates how India has enthusiastically taken to these pilot-less aircraft — the so-called eyes in the sky.

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Scientists at the Woods Hole Research Center(WHRC) in Massachusetts, USA have developed vegetation height maps for the entire tropics at very fine spatial scales. These first-of itskind high resolution maps can help researchers estimate forest cover, monitor biodiversity and wildlife habitats, and manage and monitor timber.