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Sensonor AS first began supplying its standard Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and Gyroscope Modules for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) space applications in 2012, beginning with the launch of the NASA sponsored AeroCube-4 satellite…

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Kongsberg Geospatial and the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAAs) ASSURE UAS Center of Excellence, lead by Mississippi State University has announced that the Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration (ACUASI) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the University of North Dakota Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research, Education and Training will both be adopting and

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The Norwegian research ship Gunnerus, part of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, is seeking to emulate the technology used by Europe’s Geostationary Navigation Overlay System, or EGNOS. EGNOS is currently in use in Europe…

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TomTom (TOM2) has inaugurated its first global state-of-the-art Innovation Hub in Pune. With this facility, it aims to develop a deeper culture of innovation in the company with a free-fl ow of information and ideas…

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AssetWise APM helps integrity and reliability engineers working with SAP Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) to develop programs that support riskbased inspections (RBI) processes.

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Eos Positioning Systems (Eos) announces Arrow GNSS receiver series compatibility with Esri’s Collector for ArcGIS running on iPads and iPhones…

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The government’s plan to legalise the use of drones has hit a hurdle, with uncertainty over who will regulate these unmanned aerial vehicles that promise big commercial potential but are also seen as a threat to security and privacy by many.

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At the Gurgaon Secretariat, in Haryana, India, one often sees ageing village patwaris sitting along with young computer operators trying to reproduce maps, often in tattered shape, on computer screens.

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July saw the official launch of CityVerve, the UK’s demonstrator project in Manchester for large scale deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) technology. ..

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The country’s maps are currently based on a standard called the Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994 (GAD94), which is more than 20 years old and ties map references to locations fixed on the Australian continent…